November 8, 2016 Ballot


Results will be posted at 11:00pm on 11/8/2016

Updated unofficial results

Elections

 

Position

Candidate

Party

Votes

ELECTORS of PRESIDENT and VICE PRESIDENT CLINTON & KAINE Democratic      2100
JOHNSON & WELD Libertarian        214
STEIN & BARAKA Green Rainbow          34
TRUMP & PENCE Republican       1566
MCMULLIN & JOHNSON (official write in campaign)              15
WRITE INS (all others)              85
BLANKS            200
REPRESENTATIVE in CONGRESS SETH MOULTON Democratic      2980
WRITE INS           106
BLANKS         1128
COUNCILLOR
EILEEN R. DUFF

Democratic

     1735
RICHARD A. BAKER Republican      1969
WRITE INS                3
BLANKS           507
SENATOR in GENERAL COURT JOAN B. LOVELY Democratic     2797
WRITE INS            34
BLANKS        1383
REPRESENTATIVE in GENERAL COURT BRAFORD R. HILL Republican      3073
WRITE INS             26
BLANKS        1115

SHERIFF

Essex County

KEVIN F. COPPINGER

 

Democratic

     1418
ANNE M. MANNING-MARTIN Republican      1673
MARK E. ARCHER Independent       324
KEVIN J .LEACH Independent       261
WRITE INS              5
BLANKS          533


Ballot Questions
Vote
A YES VOTE would permit the state Gaming Commission to license one additional slot machine gaming establishment at a location that meets certain conditions specified in the law.

1258

A NO VOTE would make no change in current laws regarding gaming. 2693

QUESTION 2:

A YES VOTEwould allow for up to 12 approvals each year of either new charter schools or expanded enrollments in existing charter schools, but not to exceed 1% of the statewide public school enrollment. 1761
A NO VOTE would make no change in current laws relative to charter schools. 2253

QUESTION 3:

A YES VOTE would prohibit any confinement of pigs, calves, and hens that prevents them from lying down, standing up, fully extending their limbs, or turning around freely.

3149

A NO VOTE would make no change in current laws relative to the keeping of farm animals    869

QUESTION 4:

A YES VOTE would allow persons 21 and older to possess, use, and transfer marijuana and products containing marijuana concentrate (including edible products) and to cultivate marijuana, all in limited amounts, and would provide for the regulation and taxation of commercial sale of marijuana and marijuana products.

1750

A NO VOTE would make no change in current laws relative to marijuana. 2309

Total voters:   4214   85% voter turn out

Town Calendar

Thursday, May 25
7:30 pm : Board of Health
Tuesday, May 30
8:30 am : Board of Assessors
Tuesday, June 6
7:30 pm : Planning Board

Recycling Calendar

Thursday, May 25
7:00 am : Recycling
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7:00 am : Recycling
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7:00 am : Recycling

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