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TOWN CLERK & ELECTIONS 


TOWN CLERK 


The Town Clerk is assisted by the Assitant Town 
Clerk, two Senior Clerk/Typists, and the Registrar of Vot- 
ers. This dedicated team provides a wide and evolving 
range of services to residents, employees, and officials. 


Records births, deaths and marriages with the 
Commonwealth and provides certified copies to the 
public by request. 

Licenses dogs. 

Issues business certificates by request. 

Permits raffles, bazaars, and underground tanks. 

Accepts for official recording documents such as 
Zoning Board of Appeals decisions, Redevelopment 
Board decisions on special permits, amendments to 
traffic rules and orders, and legal claims against the 
Town. 

Certifies Town Meeting actions and submits bylaw 
changes for review by the Attorney General. 

Records financial statements, utility pole loca- 
tions, street permits, drain layer, blasting, and other 
surety bonds covering contractors. 

Administers oaths of office to elected or appointed 
officials and to police officers when they are promoted; 
provides required forms and materials regarding open 
meeting law, conflict of interest law, Town policy on dis- 
crimination, harassment, and sexual harassment. 

Posts copies of meeting agendas on the bulletin 
board outside the office. 

Collects fines for violations of Town bylaws and 
refers overdue fines for such citations to the Middlesex 
District Court. 

Administers all elections, election audits and elec- 


tion recounts. 

The Clerk’s Office, like the rest of Arlington, 
was impacted by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) 
throughout the year. The office recorded fewer 
marriages because Town Hall was closed to the public 
and it took time to develop a plan to meet with couples 


safely to administer the necessary oaths. Residents 
were able to make requests for vital records by mail 
or using the Town Hall Depository box, but this system 
created some delays and inconveniences. Systems that 
support online requests and payments for many routine 
functions will be implemented in 2021. 

Anew Town Clerk was elected and sworn in to her 
duties on June 15, 2020, which was also the day of the 
Annual Town Meeting, held for one session on the Ar- 
lington High School field to allow for safe spacing. Most 
of the articles on the warrant were postponed so there 
was time to develop a method for a virtual Town Meet- 
ing that allowed for debate and accurate recording of all 
votes. A virtual Special Town Meeting was held for five 
sessions from November 16 to December 2 via Zoom 
and an online platform developed by Lexington Select- 
man Joe Pato. Attendance with the virtual format was 
very high and over the five nights the Moderator and 
Town staff were able to develop new processes based 
on feedback from Town Meeting Members. 

There were four elections in 2020 and three of them 
were held under new rules the state legislature passed 
to allow voting by mail outside of the traditional absentee 
voting law. The Presidential Primary in March was held 
just before Town Hall was closed and turnout was very 
similar to 2016. Delaying the Town Election from April 
to June provided time for the Town to mail postcards 
to all registered voters inviting them to request a ballot 
in the mail. Despite multiple changes to procedures 
and aging voting machines, election workers and Town 
Hall staff from multiple departments worked hard to 
enable voting in person and by mail. Some precincts 
voted in new locations when the traditional locations 
were closed due to the pandemic and the Secretary of 
State’s Elections Division was issuing new regulations 
and software updates almost weekly. A recount petition 
was filed for three races and on July 9, 2020 a hand 
count of all the ballots was performed in the Town Hall 
Auditorium with election workers and observers from 
the campaigns, supervised by the Board of Registrars. 
The original results were confirmed with minor changes 





























Fees Collected 2018 2019 2020 
Marriage Intentions $5,460 $4,560 $3,150 
Miscellaneous Certificates $54,803 $55,577 $47,225 
Gasoline Permits/Pole Locations $0 
Underground Tanks $552 $226 $81 
Miscellaneous Books/CD’s $100 $55 $0 
Misc.Licenses,Permits & Violations $7,173 $2,384 $17,406 
Filing Fees/Special Permits $2,394 $2,526 $5,288 
Dog Licenses & Late Fees $33,821 $36,419 $29,452 
TOTAL $104,303 $101,747 $102,602 

















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to the vote totals for the candidates. 

The State Primary election to choose the candi- 
dates for each party on the November ballot brought 
new challenges. The State mailed postcards to regis- 
tered voters to request ballots for the State Primary and 
the State Election and at the same time did a signifi- 
cant update to the software clerks use to record the re- 
quests. The most critical upgrade was to add barcode 
scanning functions so voter requests for a ballot could 
be entered by scanning the barcode on the postcard 
and only making a few keystrokes to confirm which 
election the vote was intended. By the time the new 
software was useable, Arlington had received several 
thousand postcards which needed to be scanned into 
the system that would generate the mailing labels. And 
more postcards and forms arrived daily. Town Hall staff 
from multiple departments offered help several hours 
a week, but the Clerk’s Office needed consistent help. 
Since parking rules were suspended in Arlington, the 
Clerk’s Office was able to add the three Parking Control 
Officers on a temporary basis and they worked most of 
August and on Primary Election Day. 

After the Town Election and the State Primary, 
Arlington voters were familiar with voting by mail as 
an option and around 22,000 ballots were mailed 
and returned for the State Election in November. This 
created enormous logistical challenges because the 
ballot kits arrived from the State’s printers on September 





Election worker and Parking Control Officer take a quick photo break. 


Left to right: Gabriela Solis, Bruce Fisher, Carol Marquis, Willie Smith 


30" and each ballot needed three labels affixed to 
various envelopes before they could be mailed. With 
the continued help of the Parking Control Officers, the 
lessons learned in August, and the fact that most of the 
22,000 voters requesting a ballot were already in the 
mailing database, the Clerk’s Office was able to mail 
the bulk of the ballots by October 15, which gave voters 
reasonable time to receive and return ballots before 
November 3. The ballot drop boxes were used in all 
three elections and greatly reduced the burden on the 
post office which became more of a concern in October 
with the high volume of ballots. Although there were 


some boxes vandalized in other communities, Arlington 
had no issues, still the State asked all towns to close 
and lock their boxes on Halloween night. 





Early voting in Town Hall lasted for two weeks. 
Despite the construction blocking the front entrance, the 
modified layout and long hours meant we had no long 
lines. Adjustments based on advice from members of 
the Commission on Disabilities throughout the first week 
were welcome and signage and additional accessible 
parking were added. The vast majority of voters who 
chose to vote in person did so at Town Hall during the 
last two weeks of October. In Massachusetts, all ballots 
received in the mail, by drop box, or from early voting 
locations are sorted by precinct and counted on Election 
Day along with ballots cast that day, unless the state 
creates exceptions. 

Arlington opted to take advantage of a new rule al- 
lowing for advancing processing of ballots for the State 
Election. Approximately 12,600 ballots were scanned 
and the votes recorded and saved until Election Day 
when they were combined with results from the tabula- 
tors in the precincts and the unofficial results were re- 
leased around 10:30 pm on Election Night. This extra 
step meant election workers in the precincts had time 
to assist in-person voters and put the rest of the mailed 
ballots though the tabulators while still maintaining low- 
er staffing in each precinct to keep things as safe as 
possible. Because Arlington had 28,759 ballots to count 
and new tabulators it would have been a challenge to 


scan that many ballots on one day. 





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| Vital Statistics [2018 | 2019 | 2020 | 
Births 506 |473 | 446 
Deaths 357 391 395 
Marriages 184 165 105 



































The final chapter of the 2020 election story was 
Arlington Precinct 14’s selection for a routine election 
| audit. After every state election, 3% of all Massachusetts 
precincts are chosen at random to do a hand count of 
the ballots. The audit report asks for a side-by-side 
| comparison of the votes for each candidate in contested 
races and one of the ballot questions and a count of the 
number of times recount workers noted non-standard 
markings on the ballot. A person can easily interpret the 
voter intent if one name is circled, but the machine can 
only record votes where the oval is filled in. The audit took 
about six hours with four election workers reviewing the 
ballots. The final analysis was that the small differences 
were due to non-uniform ballot markings. 

Above are the vital statistics of the Town for 2020, 
which are recorded at this time. It should be noted, 
however, that the summaries of births and deaths are 
incomplete, inasmuch as records thereof pertaining to 
Arlington residents are still being received by our office 
from the cities and towns where these events occurred. 


Acknowlegements 

The Clerks’ Office would like to recognized former 
Town Clerk, Stephanie Lucarelli, for her 30 plus years of 
service to the Town of Arlington. Serving as Town Clerk 
since 2011 and as Assistant Town Clerk before that, Ms. 
Lucarelli was diligent in her duties and friendly to all who 
visited or called the office. She will be missed and we 
wish her well in her retirement. 


REGISTRAR OF VOTERS 


Conducts the annual Town census by mail. 

Updates lists of voters, potential jurors, True List 
of Persons, children eligible for Kindergarten in the next 
year. 

Registers voters. 

Certifies signatures on nomination papers or peti- 
tions. 

Conducts a random drawing to determine the or- 
der of names on the ballots for local elections. 

Assists the Town Clerk hand counting provisional 


ballots after Election Day. 

Voter registration in Massachusetts continues to 
evolve and in 2020 the Registrar was confronted with 
a number of unusual circumstances. The special leg- 
islation that controlled elections in 2020 specified that 
voter registration should remain open longer than usual, 
which meant that the office was registering voters at the 
same time that early voting in person at Town Hall was 


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being conducted. This required daily updates to the 
voter list and constant communication with the Elec- 
tion Warden for early voting. In addition, the temporary 
election rules allowed ballots that were mailed or voted 
in-person during early voting to be counted even if the 
voter died before Election Day. However many of the 
state systems assume voters are automatically deleted 
when the Registrar is notified of a death, so extra work 
and careful monitoring was required to preserve every 
eligible vote. 

The final and most confounding issue around voter 
registration was created when a voter submitted a ballot 
in their current town, which could be a few weeks before 
the election. The ballot would be checked in and the 
online Track My Ballot system would report the ballot 
was received and was eligible to be counted on Election 
Day. However, if the voter moved to a new town and 
registered to vote there after the voter registration dead- 
line, the new town could not give them a ballot for the 
current election and the previous town couldn’t count 
their ballot because their name no longer appeared on 
the voter list. 

On a more positive note, a number of newly sworn 
citizens were registered during early voting and new 
citizens are granted an exception to the usual registra- 
tion deadline and the Registrar of Voters was process- 
ing registrations for these new voters until the morning 
before the election. The sound of applause from the 
Town Hall auditorium when someone voted for the first 
time was an inspiring reminder of the important work the 
Registrar and Clerk’s Office perform. 

The number of voters in the five political parties: 

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Registered . 
Voters 2018 2019 | 2020 | 
Total Registered 31,116 31,555 32,383 
Democrats 14,160 14,290 14,661 
Republicans 1,674 1,627 1,523 
Unenrolled 15,045 15,383 15,969 
Libertarian 52 66 55 
Green Rainbow -- 27 23 
Miscellaneous designations are not included 














ARLINGTON ANNUAL TOWN ELECTION, June 6, 2020 (postponed from April 4) 


Total of Ballots Cast —- 11251 
% of total number of registered voters — 35.12% 


Precinct 123 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 
Total Ballots Cast 250 591 520432 444 421 449 704 527 657 669 812 526 550 580 612 357 563 604 484 499 


Select Board for Three Years (3) 


Precinct 123 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 
Lenard D. Diggins 155 349 388 276 271 220 273 400 253 341 346 466 276 306 309 322 200 367 299 273277 
Diane M. Mahon 147 355 250 222 235 235 242 386 319 393 421 527 353 310 372 374 220 377 400 293 266 
Michaiah Healy 132 287 285 245 267 249 262 404 292 415 376 403 237 319 265 372 204 291 318 262 303 
Write-in Votes 222 102 11001 041 3 111 0 0 0 


School Committee for Three Years (3) 


Precinct 123 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 
Elizabeth R. Exton 168 392 381 280 284 256 300 458 300 456 445 551 351 390 427 433 248 347 429 336 359 
Lynette Martyn 143276 290 241 250 243 220 319 273 362 361 362 183 284 345 315 197 281 289 240 257 
Paul Schlichtman 149 324 310 260 223 216 291 440 304 372 392 520 327 319 354 389 225 321 327 283 285 
Bill Hayner 131 386 278 222 271 233 258 391 325411 374 499 342 306 359 356 198 345 375 281 270 
Write-in Votes 223 50 2 3 41 002 803 002 1 «1 «0 


Assessor for Three Years (3) 


Precinct 123 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 
Errol Tashjian 70144111120 95 71 75126 97101154114 94103111 90 64 72100100 78 
Winstanley O’Connor 114283234 191 218 210 235 331 282 356 316 429 287 245 330 344 206 306 338 239 217 
Gordon Jamieson 46109 96 64 74 80 80131 83121109184 81118 76113 52119101 92111 
Write-in Votes 201010000 00%14 3 0000 1 0 0 0 


Town Clerk for Three Years (3) 


Precinct 123 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 
Juliana H. Brazile 106 198 236 173 147 150 154 291 163 287 201 406 114201 164273 120 182 169173137 
Janice A. Weber 62156 90113130114 98137 184140 185 149 172 145 195 139 115 183 244 118188 
Patti J Sawtelle 61 178 146 113 132 113 150 198 143 184 237 216 202147191151 96137 132138136 
Write-in Votes 22 0000000101 3 00 001 0 1 «0 


Housing Authority 


Precinct 123 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 
Joseph S. Daly 80 187118123116 96112 154 164 187 195 261 233 133 202 163 116 200 207 175 133 
Jo Anne Preston 155 354 351 274 285 282 293 470 326412 396 474 247 350 325 396 211 313348 275322 
Write-in Votes 2001002 14002 3 002 1 2 0 0 0 


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Total 
11251 


Total 
6265 
6680 
6190 

23 


Total 
7591 
5634 
6631 
6611 

39 


Total 
2090 
5701 
2040 


Total 
4042 
3057 
3201 

11 


Total 
3355 
6859 

20 


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TOWN MEETING ELECTION RESULTS 


PRECINCT 1. Three Years 

Broder, Leah D. 44 Michael Street 132 
El-Newahy, Nada 38 Hilton Street 119 
King, Marian E. 122 Decatur St, Apt.4 141 
Persson, Rebecca 15 Fremont Street 176 


PRECINCT 2. Three Years 
Gast, Peter M. 36 Margaret Street 380 


Hayner, Bill 19 Putnam Road 437 
Lim-Miller, Aimee I. 75 Bay State Road 400 
Logan, William 5 Mary Street 397 


PRECINCT 3 Three Years 


Ellis, John R. 59 Teel Street 282 
Simister, Kezia H. 24 Teel Street 335 
Stamps, Susan D. 39 Grafton Street 310 
Urick, Courtney 11 Teel Street 291 


PRECINCT 4_ Three Years 

Atlas, Alia K. 49 Magnolia Street 219 
Dominguez, Silvia 72 Thorndike Street 267 
Phelan, Michele J. 135 Thorndike Street 257 
Sullivan, Carolyn Frances 32 Milton Street 225 


PRECINCT 5_ Three Years 

Badik, Adam E. 1 Beacon Street 260 
Hanlon, Patrick M. 20 Park Street 264 
McMurray, Brian C. 4 Park Street Place 184 
Swanson, David F. 21 Dartmouth Street 253 


PRECINCT 6 Three Years 
Collins, Mara 18 Hamilton Road,#502 19 
McNinch, George J. 22 Whittemore St, #2 250 


Snyder, Jill A. 276 Mass. Ave, #305 258 
Tracey, Laura Sosnoski 25 Marion Road 306 
PRECINCT 7 Three Years 

Bagnall, Alexander G. 10 Wyman Street 287 
Baron, Sheri A. 10 Raleigh Street 298 
Malek-Odom, Mary C. 19 River Street, #2 279 
McParland, Catherine 227 Broadway 303 


PRECINCT 8_ Three Years 

Band, Carol L. 57 Bartlett Avenue 339 
Berkowitz, William R. 12 Pelham Terrace 390 
Dray, Elizabeth H.B. 130 Jason Street 327 
Grossman, Sharon P. 16 Peabody Road 291 


PRECINCT 9 Three Years 
Blankespoor, Lisa S. 11 Webcowet Road 343 


Liggett, Steven M. 25 Hayes Street 302 
McCabe, Susan 22 Russell Street 365 
Ruderman, A. Michael 9 Alton Street 322 


PRECINCT 10 Three Years 

Howard, Jane L. 12 Woodland Street 507 
Howard, Peter B. 12 Woodland Street 487 
Newton, Sanjay S. 32 Ottawa Road 487 
Rohter, Christopher John 48 Pleasant View Rd 430 


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PRECINCT 11 Three Years 
Culverhouse, Lynette 24 Draper Avenue 
Goodsell, lan 193 Mystic Street 
Heigham, Leba 82 Richfield Road 
Radochia, Joyce H. 45 Columbia Road 


PRECINCT 12 Three Years 

Brazile, Juliana H. 56 Coolidge Road 
Helmuth, Eric D. 33 Grandview Road 
Murray, Caroline H. 95 Glenburn Road 
Vakil, Sanjay S. 74 Scituate Street 


PRECINCT 13 Three Years 

Anderson, Kristin 12 Upland Road West 
Deyst, John J., Jr. 26 Upland Road West 
Deyst, Mary A. 26 Upland Road West 
Good, David F. 37 tomahawk Road 


PRECINCT 14 Three Years 

Gallagher, Richard 29 Fessenden Road 
Hamlin, Guillermo 1228 Mass Ave,B 
Healy Michaiah L 26 Howard Street 
Mahon, Diane M. 23 Howard Street, #2 


PRECINCT 15 Three Years 

Dobbs, Rachelle A. 184 Brattle Street 
Exton, Elizabeth R. 231 Washington Street 
Friedman Beth Ann 10 Hazel Terrace 
Greenfield, Naomi L. 169 Mountain Avenue 


PRECINCT 16 Three Years 

DiMeo, Chris 124 Park Avenue 
Koch, Kevin P. 100 Florence Avenue 
Luddecke, Carol 125 Park Avenue 
Mostajo, Sandra M. 191 Park Avenue 


PRECINCT 17 Three Years 
Finochetti, John V. 55 Dudley Street 
Leonard, John R. 26 Grove Street, #10 


290 
257 
350 
275 


521 
464 
405 
320 


8 
359 
369 
380 


208 
250 
338 
299 


309 
376 
269 
325 


398 
366 
366 
371 


172 
193 


Olszewski, AngelaM. 1 Watermill Place, #428 256 


Slutzky, Amy Lynne 


PRECINCT 18 Three Years 

Cooke, Heather Angelina 134 George Street 
Hadden, Jeffrey S. 198 Sylvia Street 
Levy, David 95 Rhinecliff Street 
Parmer, Daniel 1 Brewster Road 


PRECINCT 19 Three Years 

Brown, Melanie C. 14 Skyline Drive 
Cohen, Dganit Sivan 43 Brand Street 
Crowder, Elaine M. 2 Glenbrook Lane, #17 
Rabinowitz, Jonathan 81 Thesda Street 


PRECINCT 20 Three Years 

Gormley, MaureenE. 1250 Masss Ave. 
Muldoon, Patricia 67 Smith Street 
Pennarun, Kristin A. 1261 Mass. Ave#2 
Radville, Katharine M. 106 Paul Revere Road 


1 Watermill Place, #407 228 


326 
281 
314 
243 


425 
421 
406 
400 


329 
329 

37 
360 


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PRECINCT 21 Three Years 
Benedikt, Beth 
Memon, Zarina G. 


7 Morris Street 
15 Sunset Road 


247 
250 


Rowell, Christopher R. 88 Westminster Avenue 251 


Weinstein, Jordan E. 23 Lennon Road 


PRECINCT 1 Two Years 


Kepka, Asia 17 Silk Street 


PRECINCT 5 Two Years 


Mayers, Katherine E. 68 River Street 


PRECINCT 6 1 Year 


Blandy, Charles E. 58 Lombard Ter.,#2 


PRECINCT 18 2 Years 


Donato, John Richard 16 Homer Road 


ELECTION RESULTS 


271 


195 


329 


284 


438 


PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY, MARCH 3, 2020 


Registered Voters 
Cards Cast 
Turnout 


DEMOCRAT 


PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE 
Deval Patrick 

Amy Klobochar 

Elizabeth Warren 

Michael Bennet 

Michael R. Bloomberg 
Tulsi Gabbard 

Cory Booker 

Julian Castro 

Tom Steyer 

Bernie Sanders 

Joseph R. Biden 

John K. Delaney 

Andrew Yang 

Pete Buttigieg 

Marianne Williamson 
STATE COMMITTEE MAN 
Robert D. Peters 


STATE COMMITTEE WOMAN 
Melanie A. Thompson 


TOWN COMMITTEE 
Group 

James E. DiTullio 
Jennifer R. Litowski 
Richard McElroy 
Rieko Tanaka 
Catherine L. Farrell 
William J. Gardiner 
Shane E. Blundell 
Stephanie L. Swanson 
David F. Swanson 
Mary K. Cummings 
Lynn Bishop 


31859 
19391 
60.87% 


VOTES 
41 

174 
7101 


1404 
98 


32 
3913 
4799 


27 
356 


11783 


11896 


8663 
9044 
9183 
8930 
9339 
9325 
8973 
8911 
9174 
8956 
9416 
9259 


Adam E. Badik 
Laurene J. Bergin 
Maureen B. Crewe 
John L. Galligan 
Colleen M. Kirby 
Adele A. Kraus 
William J. Logan 
Linda Magram 
Pearl P. Morrison 
Lisa A. Pedulla 
Carroll E. Schwartz 
Marlene A. Silva 
Hannah E. Simon 
Alice E. Trexler 
Jordan E. Weinstein 
Michael R. Watson 
Robin L. Bergman 
Sharon Grossman 
Christa M. Kelleher 
Paulette Schwartz 
David Levy 

Adam MacNeill 
Sonya Khan 
Patrick M. Hanlon 


REPUBLICAN 


PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE 
William F. Weld 

Joe Walsh 

Donald J. Trump 

Roque De La Fuente 


STATE COMMITTEE MAN 
Edward A. Tedesco 
Anthony M. Ventresca 


STATE COMMITTEE WOMAN 
Helen A. Hatch 


TOWN COMMITTEE 
Group 

Phillip P. Lohnes 
Joseph J. Monju 
Lucua B. Caetano 
Sean Harrington 
Donnarose Russian 


GREEN/RAINBOW 


PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE 
Dario Hunter 

Skcm Curry 

Kent Mesplay 

Howard Hawkins 


STATE COMMITTEE MAN 
Write In Votes 


STATE COMMITTEE WOMAN 
Total votes 


8840 
9048 
9132 
9002 
9208 
9146 
8919 
9066 
9073 
9208 
9023 
9125 
9161 
9161 
8908 
8862 
9064 
9205 
9167 
9121 
9027 
8827 
9222 
8944 


VOTES 
170 

21 
1079 


601 
492 


905 


485 
602 
573 
593 
147 
614 


VOTES 


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TOWN COMMITTEE 
Write in Votes 2 


LIBERTARIAN 


PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE VOTES 
Arvin Vohra 

Vermin Love Supreme 
Jacob G. Hornberger 
Samuel Joseph Robb 
Dan Behrman 
Kimberly M Ruff 
Kenneth R. Armstrong 
Adam Kokesh 

Jo Jorgenson 

Max Abramson 


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STATE COMMITTEE MAN 


Write In Votes 3 
STATE COMMITTEE WOMAN 
Write In Votes 4 


TOWN COMMITTEE 
Write in Votes 1 


STATE PRIMARY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 


Registered Voters 32436 
Cards Cast 18028 
Turnout 55.58% 
DEMOCRAT 

SENATOR IN CONGRESS VOTES 
Edward J. Markey 12885 
Joseph P Kennedy, III 3909 


REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 


Katherine M. Clark 14673 
COUNCILLOR 
Marilyn Petito Devaney 12623 


SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 
Cindy F. Friedman 14188 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 
23° MIDDLESEX DISTRICT 
Sean Garballey 10669 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 

24™4 MIDDLESEX DISTRICT 

David M. Rogers 2374 
Jennifer A. Fries 1721 


REGISTER OF PROBATE 
Tara E. DeCristofaro 12891 


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REPUBLICAN 


SENATOR IN CONGRESS 
Shiva Ayyadurai 
Kevin J. O’Connor 


REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
Caroline Colarusso 


COUNCILLOR 
Write in Votes 


SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 
Write in Votes 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 
232 MIDDLESEX DISTRICT 
Write in Votes 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 
24T4 MIDDLESEX DISTRICT 
Write in Votes 


REGISTER OF PROBATE 
Write in Votes 


GREEN/RAINBOW 


SENATOR IN CONGRESS 
Write in Votes 


REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
Write in Votes 


COUNCILLOR 
Write in Votes 


SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 
Write in Votes 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 
239 MIDDLESEX DISTRICT 
Write in Votes 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 
24T4 MIDDLESEX DISTRICT 
Write in Votes 


REGISTER OF PROBATE 
Write in Votes 


LIBERTARIAN 


SENATOR IN CONGRESS 
Write in Votes 


REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
Write in Votes 


COUNCILLOR 
Write in Votes 


VOTES 
505 
621 


919 


146 


146 


94 


32 


119 


VOTES 
10 


VOTES 
18 


13 


12 


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SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 
Write in Votes 11 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 
2389 MIDDLESEX DISTRICT 
Write in Votes 9 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 
2474 MIDDLESEX DISTRICT 


Write in Votes 2 
REGISTER OF PROBATE 
Write in Votes 11 


STATE ELECTION, NOVEMBER 3, 2020 


Registered Voters 32918 
Cards Cast 28759 
Turnout 87.37% 


PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT 


Biden and Harris (D) 23671 
Hawkins and Walker (G) 149 
Jorgensen and Cohen (L) 232 
Trump and Pence (R) 4381 


Aug 22 thru Aug 28 


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SENATOR IN CONGRESS VOTES 
Edward J. Markey 23457 
Kevin J. O’Connor 4699 
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

Katherine M. Clark 23126 
Caroline Colarusso 4809 
COUNCILLOR 

Marilyn Petito Devaney 21974 
SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 

Cindy F. Friedman 23154 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 
23° MIDDLESEX DISTRICT 
Sean Garballey 17910 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 
24™ MIDDLESEX DISTRICT 
David M. Rogers 5825 


REGISTER OF PROBATE 
Tara E. DeCristofaro 9353 





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