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Holliston Election Results

by Bobby Blair
November 6, 2012

And the winners are ...

President and Vice President

Johnson and Gray --- 100

Obama and Biden --- 4621

Romney and Ryan ---  3502

Stein and Honkala --- 21

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Senator in Congress

Scott Brown --- 4388

Elizabeth Waren --- 3873

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Representative in Congress

Edward Markey --- 4904

Tom Tierney --- 2867

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Councillor

Robert Jubinville --- 4044

Earl Sholley --- 2917

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Senator in General Court

Karen Spilka --- 6053

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Representative in General Court

Carolyn Dykema --- 5209

Martin Lamb --- 2771

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Queston #1 Right to Repair Vehicles

Yes --- 6795

No --- 846

Question #2 Physician Assisted Dying

Yes --- 4043

No --- 4015

Question #3 Medical Marijuana

Yes --- 5214

No --- 2863

 

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Comments (1)

Thanks Bobby. More than 8200 votes. Does anyone know how many registered voters there are in Holliston? Was this a record turn out? Congratulations to all the candidates who gave their sweat, tears and finances to make this a democratic process, and to all the volunteers who worked hard for their candidates.

- donna | 11/7/12 10:27 AM

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