Sudbury Residents Make Decision on $685,000 Equipment at Tuesday Election

Just 737 residents came out to the polls on Tuesday to vote at Special Town Election.

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Though it was a low voter turnout at Tuesday's Special Town Election, residents approved the purchase through taxation of a new ambulance and fire engine.

In total just 737 residents came to the polls to cast their vote, according to the unofficial results posted by the Town Clerk on the Town of Sudbury website.

Of those votes, 473 people voted yes and 264 residents voted against the equipment purchase.

Precinct 3 was the busiest polling place on the day, with 163 votes tallied. Precinct 1, meanwhile, had the least among of ballots with 127 residents coming out to vote.

Click here to view the complete unofficial results of Tuesday's election.
Irishwhisky June 25, 2014 at 04:37 PM
Really only 737 voters showed up at the polls that is pitiful
Spanky Simian June 25, 2014 at 07:33 PM
They Hold them off election cycle votes to keep the turn out down. Then the Union Members come out in force and make up a majority of the voting. Classic Ma Politics. Waste of money.. What did the other equipment get a scratch?


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