Nov 172019
 

Orange precincts are those won by Aimee Adatto Freeman; purple are those won by Kea Sherman. The darker shade of each color represents precincts where the candidate won by 60 percent of the vote or more. (map by UptownMessenger.com)

Kea Sherman

Aimee Freeman

To cinch her victory in the District 98 runoff on Saturday, Aimee Adatto Freeman consolidated her base in the Audubon and university-area neighborhoods to sweep every precinct between Jefferson and Carrollton avenues.

(via Secretary of State)

District-wide, Freeman won 42 precincts on Saturday to Kea Sherman’s 10. Freeman won all but one of the 37 where she had placed first in October’s crowded six-person primary, adding five where Carlos Zervigon had led and one where Ravi Sangisetty had placed first.

Sherman held on to all six of those where she led in the primary in Freret and west Carrollton, and added four more nearby: two where Zervigon had led, one of Sangisetty’s, and one where Freeman had led in October.

The bellwether precinct — where Freeman won 57.8 percent of the vote, most similar to her total across the district — was Ward 13 Precinct 15 in Broadmoor (along Claiborne between Jefferson and Napoleon). The same precinct was the bellwether in the primary.

Aimee Adatto Freeman poses with her father at TitleStream on Maple Street while votes are counted on Saturday night (Robert Morris, UptownMessenger.com)

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