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11/4/2014 General Election and Ballot Question Results for Charlton

OFFICIAL GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS FOR THE TOWN OF CHARLTON
4 OUT OF 4 PRECINCTS REPORTING (100%)

SENATOR IN CONGRESS

  • Edward J. Markey*(D) – 1808 votes
  • Brian J. Herr (R) – 2573 votes

GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

  • Baker and Polito (R) – 3,030 votes
  • Coakley and Kerrigan (D) – 1,263 votes
  • Falchuk and Jennings (UIP) – 142 votes
  • Lively and Saunders (I) – 41 votes
  • McCormick and Post (I) – 37 votes

ATTORNEY GENERAL

  • Maura Healy (D) – 1,765 votes
  • John B. Miller (R) – 2,595 votes

SECRETARY OF STATE

  • William Francis Galvin* (D) – 2,216 votes
  • David D’Arcangelo (R) – 2,007 votes
  • Daniel L. Factor (G-R) – 149 votes

TREASURER

  • Deborah B. Goldberg (D) – 1,512 votes
  • Michael James Heffernan (R) – 2,614 votes
  • Ian T. Jackson (G-R) – 172 votes

AUDITOR

  • Suzanne M. Bump* (D) – 1,665 votes
  • Patricia S. Saint Aubin (R) – 2,392 votes
  • M. K. Merelice (G-R) – 168 votes

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FOR THE FIRST DISTRICT

  • Richard Neal* (D) – 2,906 votes
  • Write-ins/Blanks (U) – 1,658 votes

COUNCILLOR FOR THE SEVENTH DISTRICT

  • Jennie L. Cassie* (R) – 3,356 votes
  • Write-ins/Blanks (U) – 1,208 votes

SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT FOR THE WORCESTER, HAMPDEN, HAMPSHIRE, AND MIDDLESEX DISTRICT

  • Anne Gobi (D) – 1,790 votes
  • Michael J. Valanzola (R)  – 2,561 votes

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT FOR THE SIXTH DISTRICT
PRECINCTS 1 – 3 ONLY

  • Peter J. Durant* (R) – 2,173 votes
  • Karen Spiewak (D) – 1,212 votes

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT FOR THE SEVENTH DISTRICT
PRECINCT 4 ONLY

  • Paul K. Frost* (R) – 758 votes
  • Terry Burke Dotson (D) – 249 votes

DISTRICT ATTORNEY

  • Joseph D. Early, Jr.* (D) – 2,983 votes
  • Write-ins/Blanks (U) – 1,581 votes

REGISTER OF PROBATE

  • Stephen G. Abraham* (D) – 1,527 votes
  • Stephanie K. Fattman (R) – 2,804 votes
  • TOTAL VOTERS
    4,564 voters (47.4%)

OFFICIAL BALLOT QUESTION RESULTS FOR THE TOWN OF CHARLTON
PRECINCTS 1 – 4

QUESTION 1 (WOULD YOU STOP THE MASS. GAS TAX FROM AUTOMATICALLY ADJUSTING ITSELF TO INFLATION RATES EVERY YEAR?)

  • YES – 2,836 votes
  • NO – 1,600 votes

QUESTION 2 (WOULD YOU EXPAND CURRENT BEVERAGE CONTAINER DEPOSIT LAWS TO BE APPLIED TO “NON-DEPOSIT” CONTAINERS?)

  • YES – 753 votes
  • NO – 3,751 votes

QUESTION 3 (WOULD YOU CHANGE CURRENT LAWS TO MAKE SLOTS, TABLE GAMES, AND RACING CRIMINALIZED IN MASS. CASINOS AND GAMING ESTABLISHMENTS?)

  • YES – 1,357 votes
  • NO – 3,119 votes

QUESTION 4 (WOULD YOU INCREASE EMPLOYMENT SICK TIME FOR COVERING CERTAIN, BALLOT-LISTED CONDITIONS?)

  • YES – 2,009 votes
  • NO – 2,391 votes

QUESTION 5 (WOULD YOU ALLOW THE TOWN TO BYPASS THE PROPERTY TAX CAP TO PURCHASE THEIR NEW FIRE TRUCK FOR?)

  • YES – 2,519 votes
  • NO – 1,820 votes

QUESTION 6 (WOULD YOU ALLOW THE TOWN TO BYPASS THE PROPERTY TAX CAP TO PURCHASE THEIR NEW DUMP TRUCK?)

  • YES – 2,032 votes
  • NO – 2,311 votes

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