Trocki Reacts to Fiorentini Election Win: ‘He Won the Battle But the War’s Not Over’

Haverhill mayoral candidate Daniel Trocki. (Courtesy photograph)

Incumbent Mayor James J. Fiorentini was elected to his record ninth term Tuesday night, but that doesn’t mean challenger Daniel S. Trocki is finished fighting for the citizens of Haverhill.

In fact, Trocki told WHAV after the ballots were tabulated, that he and his campaign staff are committed to “make change happen” in another two years.

“He won the battle but the war’s not over. We still got a lot of issues that we’ve got to accomplish and push forward,” Trocki told WHAV at downtown Haverhill’s Barking Dog Ale House of his challenger Fiorentini.

Twelve-year Haverhill Police Officer Trocki earned a respectable 4,785 votes to Fiorentini’s 6,503. The vice president of the Haverhill Police Patrolmen’s Association, Trocki ran on a platform that focused on public safety, education and improving city infrastructure.

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