NEW MAYOR: Susan Haynie Wins Boca's Top Spot

Deputy Mayor Susan Haynie wins the top spot in Boca's Mayoral election. (photo courtesy Haynie's campaign website).

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — In an election that generated fewer votes than student elections at many universities, Susan Haynie will become Boca Raton's next mayor with 6,250 votes. Challenger Anthony Majhess accumulated 4,716 votes. The total number of votes cast in the Mayoral election: a paltry 10,966. There are 59,889 registered voters in the City of Boca Raton.

For City Council Seat “B” – Michael Mullaugh wins with just over 5400 votes, beating Craig Ehrnst with roughly 3200 votes, Eric Gooden with roughly 1100 votes, and Mohamed Abdalia with 558 votes.

For City Council Seat “D” – Robert S. Weinroth won handily with more than 6800 votes. Yaniv Alcalay was runner up with roughly 1700 votes, and Rosetta Bailey finished a close third with approximately 1600 votes.

Numbers sometimes change after the final votes are in, so we encourage you to check out the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections real-time reporting webpage by clicking here.

 

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