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Unofficial Election Results

by Paul Saulnier
May 22, 2018

OFFICE & CANDIDATE Precinct 1 Precinct 2 Precinct 3 Precinct 4 TOTAL  
             
SELECTMAN & HYWY SURV. VT. 1        
John J. Cronin 224 244 219 264 951  
Write Ins 9 1 6 1 17  
Blanks 50 44 41 61 196  
TOTAL         1164  
             
ASSESSOR OF TAXES   VOTE 1          
Lesley M. Kennally 211 214 212 248 885  
Write Ins 0 1 0 3 4  
Blanks 72 74 54 75 275  
TOTAL         1164  
             
SCHOOL COMMITTEE   VOTE 3          
Anne L. Hanstad 208 208 192 229 837  
Lisa A. Kocian 206 219 197 253 875  
Andrew P. Morton 189 200 163 201 753  
Christopher Herbert 117 120 117 100 454  
Write Ins 2 0 4 2 8  
Blanks 127 120 125 193 565  
TOTAL         3492  
             
BOARD OF HEALTH       VOTE 1          
Laura Nolan (Write-In)         0  
Rebecca Brody (Write-In)            
Write Ins 89 118 96 136 439  
Blanks 194 171 170 190 725  
TOTAL         1164  
             
TRUSTEE OF LIBRARY    VOTE 2          
Nancy B. Baron 220 225 218 247 910  
Karla M. Alfred 197 218 205 233 853  
Write Ins 0 2 0 1 3  
Blanks 149 133 109 171 562  
TOTAL         2328  
             
TRUSTEE OF LIBRARY 2 Year    VOTE 1        
Kara C. Peterson 218 226 218 244 906  
Write Ins 1 0 0 1 2  
Blanks 64 63 48 81 256  
TOTAL         1164  
             
FINANCE COMMITTEE     VOTE 2          
Timothy A. Maxwell 215 228 210 246 899  
Suzanne K. Nersessian 217 222 215 243 897  
Write Ins 1 1 1 0 3  
Blanks 133 127 106 163 529  
TOTAL         2328  
             
PARK COMMISSIONER     VOTE 2          
Paul W. Healy, Jr. 180 204 168 200 752  
Stephen A. Bigelow 134 118 114 118 484  
H. Shaw Lively 125 143 124 158 550  
Write Ins 1 0 0 0 1  
Blanks 126 113 126 176 541  
             
TOTAL         2328  
             
PLANNING BOARD  5 Year  VOTE 1        
William D. Thorn 220 224 210 242 896  
Write Ins 1 1 0 0 2  
Blanks 62 64 56 84 266  
TOTAL         1164  
             
HOUSING AUTHORITY 5 Year VOTE 1        
Thomas J. Dumas 224 227 204 244 899  
Write Ins 1 1 0 0 2  
Blanks 58 61 62 82 263  
TOTAL         1164  
             
HOUSING AUTHORITY 3 Year VOTE 1        
Hayley S. Fetrow 221 225 207 239 892  
Write Ins 0 1 0 0 1  
Blanks 62 63 59 87 271  
TOTAL         1164  
             
QUESTION 1            
Yes 199 214 222 275 910  
No 68 66 38 39 211  
Blanks 16 9 6 12 43  
TOTAL 283 289 266 326 1164  
             

 

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Paul Those are some pretty low numbers - what is the voter turn out rate?

- Eva Stahl | 5/24/18 7:41 AM

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