Results and Rock at Gallery5 

At Gallery5, about 175 people listened to Strike Anywhere while results rolled in. Jenny Friar, a nonprofit consultant, voted, but she declined to pull the lever for a mayoral candidate.

“I didn't vote for any mayoral candidates because I didn't like any of them. It was very hard on me not to, because I had such pride in the presidential candidate,” she says. “I wasn't in a mode for picking the least-worst candidate.”

Curtis Grinstead, the musical director at Gallery5, says he voted for Dwight Jones for mayor.

He's not Bill Pantele fan. “I don't care about the party patrol,” Grinstead says. “I would definitely not like to see him be mayor.” — Roberto Curtis




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