5/4/2019 Local Election Results — Charlton, Mass.

5/4/2019 Local Election Results — Charlton, Mass.

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


BOARD OF SELECTMAN (SEAT 1)

Vote for 1

  • William F. Borowski – 955 votes (%)
  • Write-ins/Blanks –  votes ()

ASSESSOR
Vote for 1

  • Nancy E. Landry – 891 votes (%)
  • Write-ins/Blanks – votes ()

CEMETERY COMMISSIONER
Vote for 1

  • Kristen L Russell-May – 913 votes (%)
  • Write-ins/Blanks – votes ()

WATER & SEWER COMMISSIONER
Vote for 2

  • Paul E. Gagner – 796 votes (%)
  • David J. Cantwell – 720 votes (%)
  • Write-ins/Blanks – votes
  • Write-ins/Blanks – votes

PLANNING BOARD MEMBER
Vote for 1

  • Ross E. Lemansky – 817 votes (%)
  • Write-ins/Blanks – votes

PLANNING BOARD MEMBER
Vote for 1

  • Donald Clay – 906 votes (%)
  • Write-ins/Blanks –  votes

RECREATION COMMISSIONER
Vote for 1

  • Kevin Morin* – 17 votes (%)
  • Write-ins/Blanks – votes

BOARD OF HEALTH
Vote for 1

  • Jonathan L. Sanborn – 885 votes (%)
  • Write-ins/Blanks – votes

LIBRARY TRUSTEE
Vote for 2

  • Jordan Willow Evans – 845 votes (%
  • Robert J. Hartwig – 837 votes (%
  • Write-ins/Blanks – votes¹
  • Write-ins/Blanks – votes²

DUDLEY-CHARLTON REGIONAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE
Vote for 1

  • Elaine M. Rabbitt – 463 votes (%)
  • Kenneth J. Laferriere – 667 votes (%)
  • Write-ins/Blanks – 236 votes

DUDLEY-CHARLTON REGIONAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE
Vote for 1

  • Jamie Lynn Terry – 890 votes (%)
  • Write-ins/Others – votes

CONSTABLE
Vote for 2

  • Jordan Willow Evans – 816 votes (%
  • Richard J. Fiske, Jr. – 851 votes (%
  • Write-ins/Blanks – votes¹
  • Write-ins/Blanks – votes²

    QUESTION 1 (REFERENDUM QUESTION )
    Vote for 1

  • Yes – 560 votes
  • No – 628 votes
  • Blank –
  • TOTAL VOTERS
    1,207 voters (8.62%)

    Incumbents are italicized
    Bold candidates indicate election winners
    * designates an official write-in candidate


A Clamor in the Commonwealth; Massachusetts Libertarians Look to the Future in Springfield

A Clamor in the Commonwealth; Massachusetts Libertarians Look to the Future in Springfield

An excerpt from my latest for Independent Political Report which can be read here!

Assembling in the Aria Ballroom of the new MGM Springfield earlier this month, the Massachusetts chapter of the “Party of Principle” coalesced around the call for liberty in the era of the Trump Administration. Over four dozen activists, joined by such prominent figures as Paul Jacobs, Carla Gericke, former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld, and Reason editor-at-large Matt Welch, convened to discuss the direction of the party in one of the most partisan and deeply divided political environments in recent history.