How did District B neighborhoods vote in the City Council election?

How did District B neighborhoods vote in the City Council election?

Orange precincts represent those won by LaToya Cantrell; green by Dana Kaplan; blue by Eric Strachan. Those in which no single candidate approached 50 percent of the vote but two rose above 33 percent are shown with a diagonal split; those in which three or more fell below 33 percent are shown in yellow. The maroon district was led by Marlon “Buck” Horton. (Map by Robert Morris based on data from the Louisiana Secretary of State’s office.)

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Posted on November 7, 2012 at 7:26 AM

Updated Wednesday, Nov 7 at 7:28 AM

(New Orleans CIty Council District B election results)

Robert Morris / UptownMessenger.com

LaToya Cantrell dominated the precincts in a large swath of District B — including her home neighborhood of Broadmoor, as well as Central City and the Mid-City portions of the district — to cinch nearly 40 percent of the vote in Tuesday’s election, according to an early analysis of precinct-level results.

Dana Kaplan, meanwhile, consistently came in second-place in precincts in nearly every precinct won by either of her rivals, Cantrell or Strachan, to earn 31 percent of the vote and a place in the Dec. 8 runoff.

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