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Who Should You Vote For? When Is The Election? Who Are My Candidates? This Voters Guide Is Provided By Judge Sean Delahanty To Help You Vote On November 6, 2018.
Past Election Results
2018 District Court Primary Results
The May election typically decides who a party’s candidate will be for the general election. As judicial races are nonpartisan, political party is not considered, the primary simply narrows the choice down to the top two candidates by votes. In Division 6 there were three candidates. While Judge Delahanty received the most votes this only qualified Judge Delahanty and Prosecutor Lisa Langford as the two official candidates for the November election.
District Court Division 6
Voters are presented with a choice between Sean Delahanty who has been a judge for over twenty years and prior to that served as a defense attorney or a career prosecutor Lisa Langford.
|Alexander ‘Alex’ GADDIS||14,867||16.14%||
|Sean R. DELAHANTY||42,308||45.93%||
|Lisa L. LANGFORD||34,946||37.93%||
Additionally two other District Court Divisions were voted on in the May primary election.
District Court Divisions 9th and 3rd
In the 9th Division Daniel ‘Danny’ Alvarez received the most votes followed by Tanisha Ann Hickerson. Tragically Danny Alvarez passed away. This means Tanisha Hickerson will run unopposed in Division 9.
|Tanisha Ann HICKERSON||22,470||24.05%||
|Karen E. FAULKNER||22,453||24.03%||
|Daniel ‘Danny’ ALVAREZ||28,694||30.71%||
|Andre L. BERGERON||19,830||21.22%||
Tracy Davis and Kristina Garvey received the most votes for the 3rd Division of District Court and will be the candidates this November.
|James Michael ‘Jim’ GREEN||23,799||26.43%||