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Unofficial Sudbury Votes From Tuesday's Election

The count was delayed because precinct 3 had to be hand counted after the ballot machine jammed on Tuesday.

ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT          


  Pct 1 1A Pct 2 Pct 3 Pct 4 Pct. 5 TOTAL       BLANKS 0 1 5 4 5 7 22


JOHNSON and GRAY 5 6 13 17 18 13 72


OBAMA and BIDEN 877 292 1180 1189 1283 1205 6026


ROMNEY and RYAN 708 313 778 913 795 834 4341


STEIN and HONKALA 8 0 9 6 11 9 43


WRITE-INS/ALL OTHERS 3 1 2 1 6 4 17


Total 1601 613 1987 2130 2118 2072 10521


SENATOR IN CONGRESS              


  Pct 1 1A Pct 2 Pct 3 Pct 4 Pct. 5 TOTAL


BLANKS 4 2 6 10 5 5 32


SCOTT P. BROWN 70 Hayden Woods, Wrentham 823 354 928 1101 960 1014 5180


ELIZABETH A. WARREN 24 Linnaean St., Cambridge 772 256 1051 1018 1152 1052 5301


WRITE-INS/ALL OTHERS 2 1 2 1 1 1 8


Total 1601 613 1987 2130 2118 2072 10521


REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS -THIRD D              


  Pct 1




TOTAL


BLANKS 56           56


NICOLA S. TSONGAS 52 Lawrence Dr., Lowell 954           954


JONATHAN A. GOLNIK  347 Elizabeth Ridge Rd., Carlisle 591




591


WRITE-INS/ALL OTHERS 0           0


Total 1601 0 0 0 0 0 1601


REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS - FIFTH DISTRICT          


    1A Pct 2 Pct 3 Pct 4 Pct. 5 TOTAL


BLANKS   36 123 151 102 105 517


EDWARD J. MARKEY  7 Townsend St., Malden   307 1241 1233 1330 1276 5387


TOM TIERNEY  7 Lomas Dr., Framingham
269 617 744 684 689 3003


WRITE-INS/ALL OTHERS   1 6 2 2 2 13


Total
613 1987 2130 2118 2072 8920


COUNCILLOR - THIRD DISTRICT





 


  Pct 1 1A Pct 2 Pct 3 Pct. 4 Pct. 5 TOTAL


BLANKS 334 167 393 472 437 419 2222


MARILYN M. PETITTO DEVANEY 98 Westminster Ave., Watertown 892 276 1097 1090 1185 1154 5694


THOMAS SHEFF  454 Dudley Rd., Newton 370 167 488 560 489 495 2569


WRITE-INS/ALL OTHERS 5 3 9 8 7 4 36


Total 1601 613 1987 2130 2118 2072 10521


SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT - THIRD MIDDLESEX DISTRICT      


Third Middlesex District (Pct. 1, 1A, 4 & 5)  Pct 1  1A     Pct. 4 Pct. 5 TOTAL


BLANKS 153 75     206 207 641


MICHAEL J. BARRETT  7 Augustus Rd., Lexington 804 265

1179 1102 3350


SANDI MARTINEZ  1 Carter Dr., Chelmsford 642 271

731 759 2403       WRITE-INS/ALL OTHERS 2 2     2 4 10


Total 1601 613

2118 2072 6404


SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT - MIDDLESEX & WORCESTER DISTRICT  


Middlesex & Worcester District (Pct.2, 3)

Pct 2 Pct 3

TOTAL


BLANKS     235 290     525


JAMES B. ELDRIDGE  267 Arlington St., Acton     1136 1071     2207


DEAN J. CAVARETTA  199 West Acton Rd., Stow     612 763  
1375


WRITE-INS/ALL OTHERS     4 6     10


Total

1987 2130

4117


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT - THIRTEENTH MIDDLESEX DISTRICT


  Pct 1  1A Pct 2 Pct 3 Pct 4 Pct. 5 TOTAL


BLANKS 454 200 540 666 563 555 2978


THOMAS P. CONROY  265 Old Connecticut Path, Wayland 1129 399 1408 1437 1519 1495 7387


WRITE-INS/ALL OTHERS 18 14 39 27 36 22 156


Total 1601 613 1987 2130 2118 2072 10521


CLERK OF COURTS - MIDDLESEX COUNTY              


  Pct 1  1A Pct 2 Pct 3 Pct 4 Pct. 5 TOTAL


BLANKS 516 241 615 769 675 637 3453


MICHAEL A. SULLIVAN  42 Huron Ave., Cambridge 1070 364 1339 1347 1420 1416 6956


WRITE-INS/ALL OTHERS 15 8 33 14 23 19 112


Total 1601 613 1987 2130 2118 2072 10521


REGISTER OF DEEDS - MIDDLESEX SOUTH              


  Pct 1  1A Pct 2 Pct 3 Pct 4 Pct. 5 TOTAL


BLANKS 532 248 627 799 691 651 3548


MARIA C. CURTATONE  37 Munroe St., Somerville 1057 356 1328 1312 1408 1404 6865


WRITE-INS/ALL OTHERS 12 9 32 19 19 17 108


Total 1601 613 1987 2130 2118 2072 10521


SHERIFF - MIDDLESEX COUNTY (To fill vacancy)            


  Pct 1  1A Pct 2 Pct 3 Pct 4 Pct. 5 TOTAL


BLANKS 379 165 420 514 468 471 2417


PETER J. KOUTOUJIAN  33 Harris St., Waltham 894 297 1155 1137 1239 1217 5939


ERNESTO M. PETRONE 19 Waverly St., Everett 324 146 405 463 407 381 2126


WRITE-INS/ALL OTHERS 4 5 7 16 4 3 39


Total 1601 613 1987 2130 2118 2072 10521


QUESTION 1  


Availability of Motor Vehicle Repair Information                     LAW PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE PETITION              


  Pct 1  1A Pct 2 Pct 3 Pct 4 Pct. 5 TOTAL


BLANKS 172 61 224 270 235 209 1171


YES 1266 478 1561 1648 1649 1653 8255


NO 163 74 202 212 234 210 1095


Total 1601 613 1987 2130 2118 2072 10521


QUESTION 2  


Prescribing Medication to End Life





 
    LAW PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE PETITION              

  Pct 1  1A Pct 2 Pct 3 Pct 4 Pct. 5 TOTAL


BLANKS 47 17 56 42 67 61 290
    YES 894 316 1138 1211 1281 1152 5992


NO 660 280 793 877 770 859 4239


Total 1601 613 1987 2130 2118 2072 10521


QUESTION 3  


Medical Use of Marijuana              


LAW PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE PETITION              


  Pct 1  1A Pct 2 Pct 3 Pct 4 Pct. 5 TOTAL


BLANKS 44 23 61 70 72 71 341


YES 1046 350 1268 1266 1336 1345 6611


NO 511 240 658 794 710 656 3569


Total 1601 613 1987 2130 2118 2072 10521


QUESTION 4  


Shall the state senator from this district be instructed to vote in favor of a resolution calling upon Congress to propose an amendment to the U.S. constitution affirming that (1) corporations are not entitled to the constitutional rights of human beings, and (2) both Congress and the states may place limits on political contributions and political spending?


THIS QUESTION IS NON BINDING              


  Pct 1  1A Pct 2 Pct 3 Pct 4 Pct. 5 TOTAL


BLANKS 241 108 327 392 348 322 1738


YES 1010 355 1305 1303 1369 1349 6691


NO 350 150 355 435 401 401 2092


Total 1601 613 1987 2130 2118 2072 10521


QUESTION 5  


Shall the state representative from this district  be instructed to vote in favor of a resolution
calling  upon Congress and the President to: (1) prevent cuts to Social Security, Medicare,
Medicaid,  and Veterans benefits, or to housing, food and unemployment assistance; (2) create and
protect jobs by investing in manufacturing, schools,  housing, renewable energy, transportation
and other public  services; (3) provide new revenues for these purposes and to reduce the long­
term federal deficit by closing  corporate tax loopholes,  ending offshore tax havens, and raising 
taxes on incomes over $250,000;  and (4) redirect military spending to these domestic needs by
reducing the military budget, ending the war in Afghanistan and bringing  U.S. troops home safely
now?



THIS QUESTION IS NON BINDING              


  Pct 1  1A Pct 2 Pct 3 Pct 4 Pct. 5 TOTAL


BLANKS 255 110 331 382 361 338 1777


YES 783 267 1080 1053 1121 1125 5429


NO 563 236 576 695 636 609 3315


Total 1601 613 1987 2130 2118 2072 10521




















































siobhan hullinger November 08, 2012 at 03:23 PM
Congrats to all the candidates for putting their names out there, to all the organizers spending countless hours to get the message out and to the winners who have alot of work to do to reach across aisles and get some real work done to get us back on a productive track. KUDOS especially to the Town Clerk, Rosemary Harvell and the Assistant Town Clerk, Leila Frank for all of their hard work, dedication, welcoming personalities, exceptional planning skills and endless hours to create one of the most fluid and flawless election days in Sudbury. We would be lost without them!

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