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Martin cashed in at post-election victory party

ABOVE: Mayor David Martin at his midnight swearing-in ceremony at his home in Stamford (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO) STAMFORD — Mayor David Martin pulled in $15,325 for his campaign nearly a month after

Unions cut checks to Martin’s campaign

ABOVE: David Martin after winning the Democratic Primary Election in September. (ADVOCATE) STAMFORD — Five unions donated to Mayor David Martin’s mayoral campaign in the final days of the election,

How much did each mayoral candidate spend per vote?

ABOVE: Stamford’s four general election mayoral candidates at an October candidate forum. From left to right: John Zito (U), David Martin (D), Kathleen Murphy (U), Michael Fedele (R) (THE ADVOCATE)

The Fedele campaign’s final price tag

ABOVE: Former mayoral candidate Michael Fedele at an October candidate forum. (ADVOCATE) STAMFORD — Unsuccessful mayoral candidate Michael Fedele has filed his last campaign finance disclosure

Mayor-Elect still fundraising

¬†STAMFORD — Mayor-Elect David Martin may have already captured the mayor’s office, but he’s not quite finished paying for the election campaign that got him there. Martin, who beat out his

Tuesday’s mayoral election turnout lowest of the millenium

ABOVE: Voters cast their ballots at Cloonan Middle School Tuesday (Jason Rearick/THE ADVOCATE) STAMFORD — Tuesday saw the lowest voter turnout of any mayoral election since at least 2001. Thirty-five

Stamford’s official vote tally

Here is the official vote tally released by the city’s registrars of voters: Stamford official vote count 2013 (PDF) Stamford official vote count 2013 (Text)  

Final vote tally shows razor-thin margin in mayor’s race

ABOVE: Jon Carlo Gallup keeps track of votes at Democratic election headquarters Wednesday. (Jason Rearick/THE ADVOCATE) STAMFORD — Final vote tallies released by the Registrar of Voters’ Office

Stamford mayor’s race 2013

The unofficial results will appear as soon as we get them from our reporters at each of the city’s 20 polling places. Keep checking back for more information.

Stuffing the ballot (mail) box

With the election just a day away, here’s a tally of how the campaign looked from my friendly U.S. Postal Service mail carrier. Within the past week, Democratic candidate David Martin pulled way ahead