It was a high-stakes election night in Fall River with a contest between an embattled incumbent mayor and two familiar challengers.
– News covered by Quincy Quarry News.
Twice federally indicted Fall River Mayor Mayor Jasiel Correia II barely survives primary.
The tentative vote totals are in and Correia finished a distant second to Fall River school board member Paul Coogan and only modestly beat out third place finisher and self-proclaimed “longtime community activist” Erica Scott-Pacheco.
Coogan and Carreia will now face off in the November general election.
— Jo Goode (@jgoodeHN) September 18, 2019
Final: Coogan and Correia will face off in November election. Scott-Pacheco comes in third by only a few hundred votes pic.twitter.com/TPrafrtHjH
— Phil Devitt (@PhilDevittEdits) September 18, 2019