Charles Kokoros (left) and Thomas Reynolds Jr. (right0 were Tuesday night’s winners in Braintree’s preliminary mayoral election. Both will go on to the general election on Nov. 5, 2019.
– News covered by Quincy Quarry News.
Braintree narrowed the field of four mayoral candidates down to two.
District 1 Town Councilor Charles Kokoros and Electric Light Board chair Thomas Reynolds Jr. were the top vote getters in Braintree’s mayoral preliminary election Tuesday night, according to unofficial results.
Kokoros garnered the most votes with 2,725, while Reynolds took second place with 2,025.
Recently cashiered and thus now former Director of the Registry of Motor Vehicle’s Merit Rating Board but still until the end of December Braintree Town Council member Thomas Bowes, however, finished a distant fourth in a four horse race.
A very distant fourth.
- Charles Kokoros – 2,725 votes
- Thomas Reynolds Jr. – 2,024 votes
- Lisa Fiske Heger – 1,170 votes
- Thomas Bowes – 308 votes
Kokoros and Reynolds will face off in November to replace retiring longtime Mayor Joseph Sullivan.