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2014 General Election results for Maine

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603,428 of 958,440 registered voters participating. 99% of precincts reporting (569 of 572)
Governor
569 of 572 precincts reporting.
Eliot R. Cutler (I) 50,693 8.4%
Paul R. LePage (R) 292,345 48.45%
Michael H. Michaud (D) 260,348 43.14%
J. Martin Vachon (U) — Official Write-In 42 0.01%
Referendum Question
Bear-baiting Referendum
Do you want to ban the use of bait, dogs or traps in bear hunting except to protect property, public safety, or for research?
569 of 572 precincts reporting.
Yes 276,154 46.32%
No 320,036 53.68%
U.S. Senate
569 of 572 precincts reporting.
Shenna Bellows (D) 186,518 31.31%
Susan M. Collins (R) 408,795 68.63%
Christopher A. Lyons (I) — Official Write-In 234 0.04%
Deril V. Stubenrod (R) — Official Write-In 119 0.02%
U.S. House
U.S. House District 1
161 of 162 precincts reporting.
Isaac J. Misiuk (R) 93,569 30.92%
Richard P. Murphy (I) 27,320 9.03%
Chellie Pingree (D) 181,668 60.03%
Barry D. Stephens (R) — Official Write-In 91 0.03%
U.S. House District 2
408 of 410 precincts reporting.
Emily Ann Cain (D) 118,074 41.81%
Bruce Poliquin (R) 132,970 47.09%
Blaine Richardson (I) 31,103 11.01%
Leigh M. Hawes (R) — Official Write-In 234 0.08%
Bond Referendums
Bond Issue: $8 million for agriculture
Do you favor an $8,000,000 bond issue to support Maine agriculture, facilitate economic growth in natural resources-based industries and monitor human health threats related to ticks, mosquitoes and bedbugs through the creation of an animal and plant disease and insect control laboratory administered by the University of Maine Cooperative Extension Service?
569 of 572 precincts reporting.
Yes 348,571 60.12%
No 231,190 39.88%
Bond Issue: Small Business Loans
Do you favor a bond issue to provide $4,000,000 in funds to insure portions of loans to small businesses to spur investment and innovation and to provide $8,000,000 in funds to make flexible loans to small businesses to create jobs, revitalize downtowns and strengthen the rural economy?
569 of 572 precincts reporting.
Yes 356,600 61.83%
No 220,189 38.17%
Bond Issue: Cancer Center
Do you favor a $10,000,000 bond issue, to be awarded through a competitive process and to be matched by $11,000,000 in private and other funds, to build a research center and to discover genetic solutions for cancer and the diseases of aging, to promote job growth and private sector investment in this State, to attract and retain young professionals and make the State a global leader in genomic medicine?
569 of 572 precincts reporting.
Yes 361,565 62.61%
No 215,915 37.39%
Bond Issue: Biotechnology Jobs and Training
Do you favor a $3,000,000 bond issue, to be awarded through a competitive process and to be matched by $5,700,000 in private and public funds, to modernize and expand infrastructure in a biological laboratory specializing in tissue repair and regeneration located in the State in order to increase biotechnology workforce training, retain and recruit to the State multiple biomedical research and development groups and create a drug discovery and development facility that will improve human health and stimulate biotechnology job growth and economic activity?
569 of 572 precincts reporting.
Yes 292,044 50.97%
No 280,979 49.03%
Bond Issue: Clean Water
Do you favor a $10,000,000 bond issue to ensure clean water and safe communities across Maine; to protect drinking water sources; to restore wetlands; to create jobs and vital public infrastructure; and to strengthen the State's long-term economic base and competitive advantage?
569 of 572 precincts reporting.
Yes 373,521 64.44%
No 206,094 35.56%
Bond Issue: Marine Economy
Do you favor a $7,000,000 bond issue to facilitate the growth of marine businesses and commercial enterprises that create jobs and improve the sustainability of the State's marine economy and related industries through capital investments, to be matched by at least $7,000,000 in private and other funds?
569 of 572 precincts reporting.
Yes 339,373 58.92%
No 236,663 41.08%
Maine Senate
Maine Senate District 1
37 of 37 precincts reporting.
Peter Edgecomb (R) 7,891 52.73%
Charles Kenneth Theriault (D) 7,073 47.27%
Maine Senate District 2
47 of 48 precincts reporting.
Michael E. Carpenter (D) 7,337 49.27%
Michael J. Willette (R) 7,555 50.73%
Maine Senate District 3
25 of 25 precincts reporting.
Craig John Heavey (D) 4,995 33.13%
Rodney L. Whittemore (R) 10,080 66.87%
Maine Senate District 4
33 of 34 precincts reporting.
Paul T. Davis (R) 11,473 75.39%
David F. Ziemer (D) 3,745 24.61%
Maine Senate District 5
21 of 21 precincts reporting.
James Frederick Dill (D) 8,533 58.89%
Mitchell L. McLaughlin (R) 5,956 41.11%
Maine Senate District 6
52 of 52 precincts reporting.
David C. Burns (R) 8,466 55.5%
Anne C. Perry (D) 6,787 44.5%
Maine Senate District 7
31 of 31 precincts reporting.
Theodore S. Koffman (D) 8,407 44.79%
Brian D. Langley (R) 10,361 55.21%
Maine Senate District 8
16 of 16 precincts reporting.
Paul P. Davis (D) 7,526 44%
Kimberley C. Rosen (R) 9,579 56%
Maine Senate District 9
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Geoffrey M. Gratwick (D) 7,519 52.98%
Cary M. Weston (R) 6,673 47.02%
Maine Senate District 10
15 of 15 precincts reporting.
Andre E. Cushing (R) 10,426 69.43%
Jaric Travis Fontaine (D) 4,590 30.57%
Maine Senate District 11
30 of 30 precincts reporting.
Jonathan S. Fulford (D) 8,949 49.68%
Michael D. Thibodeau (R) 9,064 50.32%
Maine Senate District 12
17 of 17 precincts reporting.
David Miramant (D) 9,135 52.22%
Paula G. Sutton (R) 8,357 47.78%
Maine Senate District 13
19 of 20 precincts reporting.
Leslie T. Fossel (R) 9,122 49.18%
Christopher K. Johnson (D) 9,427 50.82%
Maine Senate District 14
11 of 11 precincts reporting.
David W. Bustin (D) 7,203 39.08%
Earle L. McCormick (R) 9,727 52.77%
Gary A. Quintal (U) 1,502 8.15%
Maine Senate District 15
9 of 9 precincts reporting.
Rebecca A. Cornell du Houx (D) 4,583 27.8%
Roger J. Katz (R) 11,900 72.2%
Maine Senate District 16
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Scott W. Cyrway (R) 8,518 55.16%
Colleen M. Lachowicz (D) 6,923 44.84%
Maine Senate District 17
25 of 25 precincts reporting.
Joanne F. Dunlap (D) 4,840 27.95%
Thomas B. Saviello (R) 12,478 72.05%
Maine Senate District 18
30 of 30 precincts reporting.
Joseph E. Martin (R) 7,674 45.81%
John L. Patrick (D) 9,079 54.19%
Maine Senate District 19
13 of 13 precincts reporting.
James M. Hamper (R) 10,381 62.54%
Rose K. Rogers-Wells (D) 6,219 37.46%
Maine Senate District 20
9 of 9 precincts reporting.
Eric L. Brakey (R) 10,134 58.69%
John J. Cleveland (D) 7,134 41.31%
Maine Senate District 21
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
Patricia J. Gagne (R) 6,572 49.76%
Nathan L. Libby (D) 6,636 50.24%
Maine Senate District 22
9 of 9 precincts reporting.
Guy P. Desjardins (D) 7,255 42.98%
Garrett Paul Mason (R) 9,623 57.02%
Maine Senate District 23
11 of 11 precincts reporting.
Linda L. Baker (R) 8,900 46.82%
Alice E. Knapp (G) 2,239 11.78%
Eloise A. Vitelli (D) 7,869 41.4%
Maine Senate District 24
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Stanley J. Gerzofsky (D) 9,439 48.4%
K. Frederick Horch (G) 3,449 17.69%
Jennifer L. Johnson (R) 6,614 33.91%
Maine Senate District 25
10 of 10 precincts reporting.
Catherine Breen (D) 10,897 50.02%
Cathleen A. Manchester (R) 10,890 49.98%
Maine Senate District 26
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
G. William Diamond (D) 10,372 63.06%
Kaile R. Warren (R) 6,076 36.94%
Maine Senate District 27
9 of 9 precincts reporting.
Justin L. Alfond (D) 9,118 66.87%
Peter I. Doyle (R) 2,013 14.76%
Asher Daniel Platts (G) 2,504 18.36%
Maine Senate District 28
13 of 13 precincts reporting.
Anne M. Haskell (D) 10,088 73.03%
Owen Hill (G) 3,725 26.97%
Maine Senate District 29
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
William R. DeSena (R) 6,524 35.28%
Mark D. Diehl (G) 2,069 11.19%
Rebecca J. Millett (D) 9,897 53.53%
Maine Senate District 30
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
James A. Boyle (D) 9,128 47.01%
Amy F. Volk (R) 10,289 52.99%
Maine Senate District 31
11 of 11 precincts reporting.
Michael E. Coleman (R) 6,595 40.28%
Linda M. Valentino (D) 9,778 59.72%
Maine Senate District 32
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
James W. Booth (R) 7,063 44.73%
David E. Dutremble (D) 8,728 55.27%
Maine Senate District 33
10 of 10 precincts reporting.
John L. Tuttle (D) 6,027 40.85%
David Woodsome (R) 8,726 59.15%
Maine Senate District 34
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Richard J. Burns (M) 2,305 13.24%
Ronald F. Collins (R) 8,516 48.91%
Gary A. Connor (D) 6,591 37.85%
Maine Senate District 35
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
John J. Carson (R) 7,137 40.05%
Dawn Hill (D) 10,683 59.95%
Maine House
Maine House District 1
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Jeffrey W. Pelletier (R) 1,411 39.99%
Deane Rykerson (D) 2,117 60.01%
Maine House District 2
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Roberta B. Beavers (D) 2,232 55.47%
Jonathan Michael Moynahan (R) 1,792 44.53%
Maine House District 3
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Lydia Blume (D) 2,410 51.07%
Arthur Kyricos (R) 2,309 48.93%
Maine House District 4
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Patricia Hymanson (D) 2,199 51.18%
Bradley S. Moulton (R) 2,098 48.82%
Maine House District 5
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Beth A. O'Connor (R) 1,740 54.19%
Joshua R. Plante (D) 1,471 45.81%
Maine House District 6
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Mark W. Eves (D) 2,081 56.53%
Todd Prescott (R) 1,600 43.47%
Maine House District 7
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Robert A. Foley (R) 2,692 61.1%
Joachim H. Howard (D) 1,714 38.9%
Maine House District 8
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Christopher W. Babbidge (D) 2,710 57.57%
Edward Karytko (R) 1,997 42.43%
Maine House District 9
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Diane M. Denk (D) 2,101 48.28%
H. Stedman Seavey (R) 2,251 51.72%
Maine House District 10
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Amy J. Davidoff (D) 1,734 40.4%
Wayne R. Parry (R) 2,558 59.6%
Maine House District 11
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Debi A. Davis (R) 1,206 32.77%
Ryan M. Fecteau (D) 2,474 67.23%
Maine House District 12
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Perry V. Aberle (R) 549 21.99%
Martin J. Grohman (D) 1,061 42.49%
Barbra Jean Thompson (I) 887 35.52%
Maine House District 13
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
George Hogan (D) 2,458 58.57%
Sharri K. MacDonald (R) 1,739 41.43%
Maine House District 15
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Justin Mark Chenette (D) 2,451 61.91%
Carol A. Patterson (R) 1,508 38.09%
Maine House District 16
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Donald G. Marean (R) 2,782 61.59%
Ronald E. Usher (D) 1,735 38.41%
Maine House District 18
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Gordon E. Frohloff (R) 929 35.5%
Anne-Marie Mastraccio (D) 1,688 64.5%
Maine House District 19
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Matthew A. Harrington (R) 1,554 47.8%
William F. Noon (D) 1,697 52.2%
Maine House District 20
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Karen A. Gerrish (R) 2,069 59.45%
Bettie K. Harris-Howard (D) 1,336 38.39%
Harriston Thorp (R) — Official Write-In 75 2.16%
Maine House District 21
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Frank L. Boucher (R) 1,958 48.03%
James J. Campbell (I) 2,119 51.97%
Maine House District 22
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Jonathan Lee Kinney (R) 4,421 78.08%
Gregory P. Mehlhorn (D) 1,241 21.92%
Maine House District 23
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Lester S. Ordway (R) 1,706 43.52%
Michael A. Shaw (D) 1,897 48.39%
Michael Wakefield (G) 317 8.09%
Maine House District 24
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Mark E. Bryant (D) 2,439 60.58%
Dennis E. Welch (R) 1,587 39.42%
Maine House District 25
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Jennie L. Butler (D) 1,588 43.98%
Patrick W. Corey (R) 2,023 56.02%
Maine House District 26
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Kenneth J. Hoyt (R) 0 0%
Linda F. Sanborn (D) 2,134 100%
Maine House District 27
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Tyler K. Kinney (R) 1,672 39.61%
Andrew J. McLean (D) 2,549 60.39%
Maine House District 28
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Dwight H. Ely (D) 1,932 43.56%
Heather W. Sirocki (R) 2,503 56.44%
Maine House District 29
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Paul Aranson (D) 2,462 49.21%
Karen Vachon (R) 2,541 50.79%
Maine House District 30
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Kimberly J. Monaghan-Derrig (D) 3,169 63.03%
Pauline S. Wilcox (R) 1,859 36.97%
Maine House District 33
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Kevin J. Battle (R) 1,470 45.88%
Rosemarie DeAngelis (D) 1,405 43.85%
Andrew F. Reddy (G) 329 10.27%
Maine House District 34
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Andrew M. Gattine (D) 2,260 65.58%
Rose Marie Russell (R) 1,186 34.42%
Maine House District 35
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Dillon Bates (D) 2,165 56%
Emily Sarah Downing (R) 1,701 44%
Maine House District 36
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Samuel K. Chandler (G) 418 17.03%
Richard A. Dodge (R) 579 23.59%
Denise Patricia Harlow (D) 1,457 59.37%
Maine House District 38
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Thomas Joseph Loring (R) 477 15.44%
Matthew W. Moonen (D) 2,612 84.56%
Maine House District 39
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Lauren Marie Besanko (G) 846 27.64%
Diane Russell (D) 2,215 72.36%
Maine House District 40
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Herbert C. Adams (D) 758 33.81%
Benjamin M. Chipman (I) 1,336 59.59%
Mark A. Lockman (R) 148 6.6%
Maine House District 41
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
James H. Azzola (R) 757 22.87%
Erik C. Jorgensen (D) 2,553 77.13%
Maine House District 42
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Marc M. Lamontagne (R) 863 30.22%
Peter C. Stuckey (D) 1,993 69.78%
Maine House District 43
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Mark N. Dion (D) 2,531 67.03%
Shannon Rafferty-Roy (R) 1,245 32.97%
Maine House District 44
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Gregory S. Payeur (R) 2,438 48.53%
Teresa S. Pierce (D) 2,586 51.47%
Maine House District 45
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Dale Denno (D) 2,446 49.74%
Michael J. Timmons (R) 2,472 50.26%
Maine House District 46
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Paul Chace (R) 2,503 52.17%
Anne P. Graham (D) 2,295 47.83%
Maine House District 47
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Janice E. Cooper (D) 2,759 55.24%
Richard Vinton Snow (R) 2,236 44.76%
Maine House District 48
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Sara Gideon (D) 3,218 66.96%
Paul Benjamin Schulz (R) 1,588 33.04%
Maine House District 49
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Matthea Elisabeth Daughtry (D) 3,140 66.3%
Michael R. Stevens (R) 1,596 33.7%
Maine House District 50
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Mark Holbrook (R) 1,212 30.54%
Ralph L. Tucker (D) 2,757 69.46%
Maine House District 51
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Joyce McCreight (D) 2,186 52.54%
Byron D. Watson (R) 1,975 47.46%
Maine House District 52
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Ryan Matthew Daniels (R) 1,255 34.04%
Jennifer DeChant (D) 2,432 65.96%
Maine House District 53
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Peter S. Kent (D) 2,210 45.97%
Jeffrey K. Pierce (R) 2,597 54.03%
Maine House District 54
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Daniel Longley Stromgren (G) 535 10.96%
Kim J. Talbot (R) 2,130 43.63%
Denise A. Tepler (D) 2,217 45.41%
Maine House District 55
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Alice D. Elliott (D) 1,990 44.05%
Brian D. Hobart (R) 2,528 55.95%
Maine House District 57
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Gerard R. Tardif (I) 717 17.02%
Katherine E. VerSluis (D) 823 19.53%
Stephen J. Wood (R) 2,673 63.45%
Maine House District 58
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Luke D. Jensen (R) 1,818 44.93%
Michel A. Lajoie (D) 2,228 55.07%
Maine House District 60
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Leslie T. Dubois (R) 803 33.87%
Jared F. Golden (D) 1,568 66.13%
Maine House District 61
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Heidi E. Brooks (D) 1,324 54.31%
Mark A. Cayer (L) 1,114 45.69%
Robert Arthur Reed (R) — Official Write-In 0 0%
Maine House District 62
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Brandon Eli Dickey (R) 561 24.88%
Gina M. Melaragno (D) 1,073 47.58%
John M. Michael (I) 621 27.54%
Maine House District 63
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Bruce A. Bickford (R) 2,264 55.23%
R. Wayne Werts (D) 1,835 44.77%
Maine House District 64
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
David P. Sawicki (R) 2,125 50.81%
Bettyann W. Sheats (D) 2,057 49.19%
Maine House District 65
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Eleanor M. Espling (R) 2,465 59.17%
Rosa Phillips Van Wie (D) 1,701 40.83%
Maine House District 66
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Mary-Vienessa Fernandes (D) 1,272 30.56%
Michael D. McClellan (R) 2,245 53.94%
Lisa H. Willey (G) 645 15.5%
Maine House District 67
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Susan M. Austin (R) 2,797 66.15%
Bonnie Titcomb Lewis (D) 1,431 33.85%
Maine House District 68
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
John M. Nostin (R) 2,111 49.52%
Christine B. Powers (D) 2,152 50.48%
Maine House District 69
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Phyllis A. Ginzler (R) 2,248 54.96%
Lisa Renee Villa (D) 1,842 45.04%
Maine House District 70
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Helen Rankin (D) 1,826 47.31%
Nathan J. Wadsworth (R) 2,034 52.69%
Maine House District 71
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Dennise Dullea Whitley (D) 1,618 41.81%
Tom J. Winsor (R) 2,252 58.19%
Maine House District 72
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
James F. Bradley (D) 1,345 34.72%
Kathleen Rose Jackson Dillingham (R) 2,529 65.28%
Maine House District 73
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Lloyd C. Herrick (R) 2,383 65.14%
Robert E. Kirchherr (D) 1,275 34.86%
Maine House District 74
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
C. Harvey Calden (R) 1,340 34.45%
Paul E. Gilbert (D) 2,550 65.55%
Maine House District 75
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Charles F. Dingman (D) 1,581 36.29%
Jeffrey L. Timberlake (R) 2,775 63.71%
Maine House District 76
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Gary L. Hilliard (R) 2,689 57.94%
Richard H. C. Tracy (D) 1,952 42.06%
Maine House District 77
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Robert W. Nutting (R) 2,217 53.93%
Alan B. Tibbetts (D) 1,894 46.07%
Maine House District 78
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Susan E. Morissette (R) 1,694 43.15%
Catherine M. Nadeau (D) 2,232 56.85%
Maine House District 79
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Cristina L. Evers (D) 1,431 37.31%
Timothy S. Theriault (R) 2,404 62.69%
Maine House District 80
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Ray L. Bates (R) 1,785 44.92%
Lori Fowle (D) 2,189 55.08%
Maine House District 81
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Lee T. Fellman (R) 1,648 35.52%
Craig V. Hickman (D) 2,992 64.48%
Maine House District 82
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Randall A. Greenwood (R) 2,273 53.67%
Rachel Lynne Sukeforth (D) 1,962 46.33%
Maine House District 83
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Curtis C. Ayotte (R) 1,802 44.74%
Gay M. Grant (D) 2,226 55.26%
Maine House District 84
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Darrick X. Banda (R) 2,022 44.75%
Charlotte May Warren (D) 2,496 55.25%
Maine House District 85
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Kimberly J. Davis (R) 1,522 42.73%
Donna R. Doore (D) 2,040 57.27%
Maine House District 86
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Monica L. Castellanos (D) 1,088 32.71%
Matthew G. Pouliot (R) 2,238 67.29%
Maine House District 87
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Jeffery P. Hanley (R) 2,276 52.36%
Timothy I. Marks (D) 2,071 47.64%
Maine House District 89
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
William H. Coombs (I) 1,800 39.23%
Stephanie Hawke (R) 2,788 60.77%
Maine House District 90
6 of 7 precincts reporting.
Michael Gilbert Devin (D) 2,763 60.03%
Anna Morkeski (R) 1,840 39.97%
Maine House District 91
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Jeffrey Evangelos (I) 1,992 50.83%
Ellen A. Winchenbach (R) 1,927 49.17%
Maine House District 92
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Charles B. Kruger (D) 2,309 59.94%
Sonja Sleeper (R) 1,543 40.06%
Maine House District 93
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Elizabeth E. Dickerson (D) 1,744 51.97%
James Michael Kalloch (R) 1,612 48.03%
Maine House District 94
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Ronald J. Bovasso (R) 800 16%
Owen David Casas (I) 1,617 32.34%
Joan W. Welsh (D) 2,583 51.66%
Maine House District 95
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Christian William Neils (I) 396 10.55%
Randall A. Parr (G) 218 5.81%
Wesley E. Richardson (R) 1,509 40.19%
Gary E. Sukeforth (I) 1,632 43.46%
Maine House District 96
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Christine S. Burstein (D) 2,319 54.36%
Peter Weston (R) 1,947 45.64%
Maine House District 97
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Paige Katharine Brown (G) 945 23.51%
Erin D. Herbig (D) 3,074 76.49%
Maine House District 98
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Joseph E. Brooks (U) 1,612 41.33%
James S. Gillway (R) 2,288 58.67%
Maine House District 99
9 of 9 precincts reporting.
Brian L. Jones (D) 1,507 38.91%
MaryAnne Kinney (R) 2,366 61.09%
Maine House District 100
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Frederick H. Austin (D) 540 14.21%
David L. Bright (I) 609 16.02%
Kenneth Wade Fredette (R) 2,652 69.77%
Maine House District 101
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
James E. Davitt (D) 2,005 51%
Brian M. Duprey (R) 1,926 49%
Maine House District 102
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Stacey Kay Guerin (R) 3,228 99.88%
Nathan M. Shea (G) — Official Write-In 4 0.12%
Maine House District 103
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Roger E. Reed (R) 2,837 71.84%
Mary E. Sharkus (D) 1,112 28.16%
Maine House District 104
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
David B. Pearson (D) 1,320 39.7%
Raymond A. Wallace (R) 2,005 60.3%
Maine House District 105
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Joel R. Stetkis (R) 2,508 67.26%
Daniel S. Swain (D) 1,221 32.74%
Maine House District 106
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Stanley Byron Short (D) 1,668 52.14%
Scott Walter Strom (R) 1,531 47.86%
Maine House District 107
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Timothy S. Amadon (R) 1,319 38.03%
Jeffrey M. McCabe (D) 2,149 61.97%
Maine House District 108
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Karen Kusiak (D) 1,705 48.14%
John J. Picchiotti (R) 1,837 51.86%
Maine House District 110
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Mark Andre (R) 1,198 40.79%
Henry E. Murphy Beck (D) 1,739 59.21%
Maine House District 111
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Ann E. Dorney (D) 1,765 46.28%
Bradlee Thomas Farrin (R) 2,049 53.72%
Maine House District 112
10 of 10 precincts reporting.
Jack W. Frost (D) 1,779 45.07%
Thomas H. Skolfield (R) 2,168 54.93%
Maine House District 113
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Andrew Russell Buckland (R) 2,095 54.47%
Edward S. David (D) 1,751 45.53%
Maine House District 114
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Russell J. Black (R) 2,773 68.71%
Guy A. Iverson (D) 1,263 31.29%
Maine House District 115
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Terrence L. Magee (R) 1,122 31.24%
Matthew J. Peterson (D) 2,469 68.76%
Maine House District 116
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Malcolm M. Gill (D) 1,967 48.66%
Richard A. Pickett (R) 2,075 51.34%
Maine House District 117
19 of 19 precincts reporting.
Frances M. Head (R) 2,479 53.12%
Callie Pecunies (D) 2,188 46.88%
Maine House District 118
17 of 18 precincts reporting.
Larry Charles Dunphy (R) 2,221 62.6%
Matthew J. Quinn (D) 1,327 37.4%
Maine House District 120
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Donald J. Crossman (D) 1,257 34.63%
Norman E. Higgins (R) 2,373 65.37%
Maine House District 121
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Robert S. Duchesne (D) 1,756 52.15%
Douglas A. Smith (R) 1,611 47.85%
Maine House District 122
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Michelle Ann Dunphy (D) 1,887 60.1%
John M. Nuttall (R) 1,253 39.9%
Maine House District 123
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Andrew James Bracy (R) 781 30.25%
Ryan D. Tipping-Spitz (D) 1,801 69.75%
Maine House District 124
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Colby B. Civiello (R) 1,646 46.13%
Aaron M. Frey (D) 1,922 53.87%
Maine House District 125
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Gary E. Capehart (R) 1,405 44.42%
Victoria P. Kornfield (D) 1,758 55.58%
Maine House District 126
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Douglas K. Damon (R) 1,049 43.89%
John C. Schneck (D) 1,341 56.11%
Maine House District 127
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Adam Alden Goode (D) 2,017 67.94%
James V. Lacadie (R) 952 32.06%
Maine House District 128
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Gail M. Sheehan (R) 1,834 48.78%
Arthur C. Verow (D) 1,926 51.22%
Maine House District 129
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Peter A. Lyford (R) 2,824 66.95%
Teresa Montague (D) 1,394 33.05%
Maine House District 130
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Richard H. Campbell (R) 2,320 60.09%
Emery A. Deabay (D) 1,541 39.91%
Maine House District 131
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Veronica Magnan (D) 1,550 36.33%
Karleton S. Ward (R) 2,716 63.67%
Maine House District 132
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
R. Frederick Ehrlenbach (R) 1,559 38.46%
Louis Joseph Luchini (D) 2,495 61.54%
Maine House District 133
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Ralph Chapman (D) 2,472 57.24%
Susan M. Walsh (R) 1,847 42.76%
Maine House District 134
11 of 11 precincts reporting.
Walter A. Kumiega (D) 2,646 64.79%
Frank L. Stanley (R) 1,438 35.21%
Maine House District 135
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Brian L. Hubbell (D) 3,068 67.38%
Maurice Joseph Marshall (R) 1,485 32.62%
Maine House District 136
9 of 9 precincts reporting.
Elizabeth A. Allen (D) 1,401 38.48%
Richard S. Malaby (R) 2,240 61.52%
Maine House District 137
15 of 15 precincts reporting.
Oscar F. Emerson (D) 1,426 42.15%
Lawrence E. Lockman (R) 1,957 57.85%
Maine House District 138
11 of 11 precincts reporting.
Robert W. Alley (D) 2,009 52.45%
Richard O. Paul (R) 1,821 47.55%
Maine House District 139
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
Katherine Cassidy (D) 1,821 46.48%
William R. Tuell (R) 2,097 53.52%
Maine House District 140
9 of 9 precincts reporting.
Harold R. Clark (D) 1,110 32.76%
Joyce A. Maker (R) 2,278 67.24%
Maine House District 143
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Debbi J. Perkins (R) 1,556 39.42%
Stephen S. Stanley (D) 2,391 60.58%
Maine House District 145
18 of 18 precincts reporting.
Glenn M. Hines (D) 1,048 29.76%
Ricky D. Long (R) 2,474 70.24%
Maine House District 146
10 of 10 precincts reporting.
Troy A. Haines (D) 1,800 46.37%
Dustin Michael White (R) 2,082 53.63%
Maine House District 147
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Larry K. Fox (R) 1,529 49.47%
Robert J. Saucier (D) 1,562 50.53%
Maine House District 148
10 of 10 precincts reporting.
Anthony J. Edgecomb (R) 1,585 47.99%
Gregory Alan Ward (U) 506 15.32%
Alan D. Whittemore (D) 1,212 36.69%
Maine House District 150
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
Craig M. Lawrence (R) 1,088 27.98%
Roland Daniel Martin (D) 2,800 72.02%
Maine House District 151
14 of 14 precincts reporting.
John L. Martin (D) 2,156 54.01%
Allen Michael Nadeau (R) 1,836 45.99%
Judge of Probate
Androscoggin County Judge of Probate
25 of 25 precincts reporting.
Michael L. Dubois (R) 24,653 56.99%
Elliott L. Epstein (D) 18,608 43.01%
Hancock County Judge of Probate
41 of 41 precincts reporting.
William Bradley Blaisdell (R) 13,707 55.46%
Valerie Cook Chiasson (D) 11,007 44.54%
Penobscot County Judge of Probate
64 of 65 precincts reporting.
M. Ray Bradford (R) 30,919 51.81%
Amy L. Faircloth (D) 28,758 48.19%
Somerset County Judge of Probate
33 of 34 precincts reporting.
Mark L. Fortier 4,725 24.6%
John W. Martin 5,078 26.44%
Robert M. Washburn 6,752 35.15%
John W. Youney 2,653 13.81%
Register of Probate
Androscoggin County Register of Probate
25 of 25 precincts reporting.
Brian D. Bolduc (D) 23,121 54.43%
Joanna R. Said (R) 19,354 45.57%
Lincoln County Register of Probate
18 of 19 precincts reporting.
Stephen Brian Gottlieb (D) — Official Write-In 562 31.86%
Kenneth S. Maguire (R) — Official Write-In 245 13.89%
Catherine H. Moore (R) — Official Write-In 957 54.25%
County Treasurer
Oxford County Treasurer
37 of 37 precincts reporting.
Roy G. Gedat (D) 12,004 49%
Marc W. Vanderwood (R) 12,494 51%
Registrar of Deeds
Somerset County Registrar of Deeds
33 of 34 precincts reporting.
Diane M. Godin 11,216 59.11%
Laura L. Price 7,760 40.89%
Sheriff
Androscoggin County Sheriff
25 of 25 precincts reporting.
Raymond J. Lafrance (U) 8,038 18.41%
Timothy John Lajoie (R) 16,394 37.54%
Eric G. Samson (D) 19,237 44.05%
Knox County Sheriff
18 of 18 precincts reporting.
Donna L. Dennison (D) 11,716 66.23%
Michael Lloyd Phillips (I) 5,974 33.77%
Oxford County Sheriff
37 of 37 precincts reporting.
Wayne J. Gallant (D) 16,814 66.99%
Michael Robert Parshall (R) 8,287 33.01%
Penobscot County Sheriff
64 of 65 precincts reporting.
Troy J. Morton (R) 38,010 64.39%
Allen Thomas Stehle (I) 21,024 35.61%
Piscataquis County Sheriff
19 of 19 precincts reporting.
Dennis Arland Dyer (U) 3,086 39.82%
John Joseph Goggin (R) 4,664 60.18%
Somerset County Sheriff
33 of 34 precincts reporting.
Dale P. Lancaster 13,014 63.41%
Kris Michael McKenna 7,511 36.59%
Washington County Sheriff
49 of 49 precincts reporting.
Barry A. Curtis (R) 7,849 57.56%
Donald G. Smith (I) 5,788 42.44%
District Attorney
District Attorney District 4
66 of 67 precincts reporting.
Maeghan Maloney (D) 44,504 68.04%
Kevin P. Sullivan (U) 20,900 31.96%
District Attorney District 6
76 of 77 precincts reporting.
Geoffrey A. Rushlau (R) 34,298 50.62%
David A. Sinclair (D) 33,458 49.38%
District Attorney District 7
90 of 90 precincts reporting.
William B. Entwisle (D) 16,684 43.91%
Matthew J. Foster (R) 21,313 56.09%
County Commissioner
Androscoggin County Commissioner District 1
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Elaine Christine Makas (D) 2,526 57.24%
Michael J. Marcotte (R) 1,887 42.76%
Androscoggin County Commissioner District 2
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Ronald E. Chicoine (R) 3,163 55.24%
Thomas C. Reynolds (D) 2,563 44.76%
Androscoggin County Commissioner District 3
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Joshua Klein-Golden (D) 2,557 39%
Matthew P. Roy (R) 4,000 61%
Androscoggin County Commissioner District 5
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Gard A. Deletetsky (R) 2,679 48.67%
Alfreda M. Fournier (D) 2,825 51.33%
Androscoggin County Commissioner District 7
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
D. Robin Beck (D) 2,672 38.25%
Sally A. Christner (R) 4,313 61.75%
Hancock County Commissioner District 2
11 of 11 precincts reporting.
Percy L. Brown (R) 4,324 54.31%
Michael L. Sealander (D) 3,638 45.69%
Oxford County Commissioner District 3
9 of 9 precincts reporting.
Lee C. Holman (D) 3,315 38.41%
Timothy G. Turner (R) 5,316 61.59%
Somerset County Commissioner District 3
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Dean A. Cray 2,521 68.94%
Robin E. Frost 1,136 31.06%
Somerset County Commissioner District 4
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Jeffrey P. Clarke 1,928 47.09%
Newell B. Graf 2,166 52.91%
Waldo County Commissioner District 1
11 of 11 precincts reporting.
Donald P. Berry (R) 2,894 45.17%
Betty I. Johnson (D) 3,513 54.83%
York County Commissioner District 3
11 of 11 precincts reporting.
Daniel C. Cabral (D) 6,832 37.31%
Roger B. Hicks (I) 4,424 24.16%
Marston D. Lovell (R) 7,056 38.53%
Sagadahoc County
Sagadahoc County Referendum
10 of 10 precincts reporting.
Yes 6,360 37.55%
No 10,576 62.45%
RSU 15 / MSAD 15
RSU 15 / MSAD 15 Referendum 1
To allow the district to issue bonds or notes for school construction
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,928 43.31%
No 3,832 56.69%
RSU 15 / MSAD 15 Referendum 2
If Referebum 1 is approved, do you favor the District to issue additional bonds for artificial turf at the high school
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,377 20.5%
No 5,340 79.5%
RSU 24
RSU 24 Referendum
Shall method of sharing costs in RSU 24 be changed from current method
15 of 15 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,126 67.66%
No 1,016 32.34%
RSU 25
RSU 25 Referendum
Whether to spend $550,000 from reserve fund for repairs and playground at Miles Lane School
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,174 64.8%
No 1,181 35.2%
RSU 57 / MSAD 57
RSU 57 / MSAD 57 Referendum
Do you favor authorizing School Board to expend $6,800,000 for improvements to athletic fields at Massabesic High School
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Yes 3,990 41.32%
No 5,667 58.68%
Alfred
Alfred Referendum
Favor authorizing School Board to expend $6,8000.000 to improve athletic fields at Massabesic High School complex
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
Ashland
Ashland School Board
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Michelle Eastman 168 20.1%
Janet Jandreau 330 39.47%
James Laveway 338 40.43%
Augusta
Augusta Mayor
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Michael G. Byron 117 1.59%
William E. Dowling 2,982 40.61%
David M. Rollins 4,244 57.8%
Augusta Question 1
Favor borrowing money to pay for fire station in Augusta
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Yes 5,139 67.9%
No 2,429 32.1%
Augusta Question 2
Favor borrowing money for improvements to Augusta Civic Center
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Yes 4,172 55.24%
No 3,380 44.76%
Augusta Question 3
Favor borrowing money for improvements to City streets
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Yes 6,007 79.34%
No 1,564 20.66%
Augusta Question 4
Favor borrowing money for refinancing City's General Obligation Bonds
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Yes 5,072 67.8%
No 2,409 32.2%
Augusta Referendum
Charter Amendment
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Yes 4,372 58.29%
No 3,129 41.71%
Augusta Council, Ward 1
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Linda J. Conti 935 58.51%
Stanley C. Koski 321 20.09%
Mary D. Mayo-Wescott 342 21.4%
Baldwin
Baldwin Referendum
Favor SAD 55 to close Baldwin Consolidated School
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 458 58.94%
No 319 41.06%
Bangor
Bangor City Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Joseph M. Baldacci 7,063 26.63%
Sean Fergus Faircloth 5,234 19.73%
Justin Michael Freeman 3,671 13.84%
Gerry Gerald Milton Palmer 3,465 13.06%
Benjamin Alexander Sprague 7,092 26.74%
Bangor School Committee
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Warren J. Caruso 7,050 35.43%
Susan T. Sorg 6,390 32.11%
Marlene K. Susi 6,461 32.47%
Bar Harbor
Bar Harbor Special Town Meeting
Deer Herd Management Strategy Plan
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,175 46.15%
No 1,371 53.85%
Bath
Bath Charter Amendment 1
Change the time for annual organizational meeting from 7:30 pm to 6:00 pm
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,996 83.59%
No 588 16.41%
Bath Charter Amendment 2
Allow electronic notification of special meetings to Councilor with verification of receipt
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 3,098 86.58%
No 480 13.42%
Bath Charter Amendment 3
Allow City Manager to reside outside City limits
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,329 36.69%
No 2,293 63.31%
Bath Charter Amendment 4
Exempt cap revenues for project costs related to Tax Increment Financing District
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,627 49.68%
No 1,648 50.32%
Bath Charter Amendment 5
Provide alternate wardens and ward clerks at City elections
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 3,021 86.14%
No 486 13.86%
Bath Charter Amendment 6
Eliminate tallying of write-in candidates in accordance with State Law
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,637 75.62%
No 850 24.38%
Bath City Councilor, Ward 3
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Peter Blachly MacDonald 0 0%
Kyle Rogers 231 100%
Bath City Councilor at Large
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
James A. Orno 1,614 51.47%
Sean C. Paulhus 1,522 48.53%
Belfast
Belfast Referendum 1
Do you favor Belfast withdrawing from RSU 20?
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,944 71.68%
No 768 28.32%
Belfast Referendum 2
If yes on 1, do you favor reorganizing Belfast, Belmont, Morrill, Searsmont and Swanville into an RSU, effective July 1, 2015?
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,113 80.4%
No 515 19.6%
Belmont
Belmont Referendum Article 1
Favor withdrawal of Belmont from RSU 20
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 229 54.14%
No 194 45.86%
Belmont Referendum Article 2
If yes on 1, do you favor reorganizing Belfast, Belmont, Morrill, Searsmont and Swanville into a RSU, effective July 1, 2015?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 267 64.81%
No 145 35.19%
Berwick
Berwick Referendum Article 2
Shall ordinance "Town of Berwick Bedbug Treatment Ordinance" be enacted
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,474 63.51%
No 847 36.49%
Berwick Referendum Article 3
Shall ordinance "Disorderly Building Ordinance" be amended
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,850 78.26%
No 514 21.74%
Berwick Referendum Article 4
Shall town authorize municipal officers to enter into agreement with Fund of Jupiter
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,532 64.61%
No 839 35.39%
Berwick Referendum Article 5
Authorize State to permit Agendy Liquor Stores on Sundays
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,658 67.76%
No 789 32.24%
Berwick Referendum Article 6
Authorize State to issue licenses for sale of malt liquor on Sundays
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,657 68.36%
No 767 31.64%
Biddeford
Biddeford Referendum 1
Shall the Mayor and Treasurer be authorized to incur debt not to exceed $12,250,000 on behalf of City
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Yes 3,558 47.23%
No 3,975 52.77%
Biddeford Referendum 2
Shall The Mayor and Treasurer be authorized to incur debt not to exceed $3,600,000 on behalf of the City
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Yes 3,566 47.5%
No 3,942 52.5%
Biddeford Referendum 3
Shall City install parking meters in greater Downtown area
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Yes 959 12.42%
No 6,761 87.58%
Bowdoinham
Bowdoinham Selectperson, Overseer of the Poor
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Dean O. Beckwith 687 28.01%
Peter A. Lewis 767 31.27%
M. Theresa Turgeon 999 40.73%
Brewer
Brewer School Committee
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Mark S. Farley 2,016 37.07%
Bobbi L. Johnson 1,373 25.25%
Holly B. Lundquist 2,049 37.68%
Bridgton
Bridgton Referendum 1
Marijuana dispensary ordinance
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,062 45.66%
No 1,264 54.34%
Bridgton Referendum 2
Shall the people of Bridgton accept the 2014 Comprehensive Plan?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,584 71.26%
No 639 28.74%
Brunswick
Brunswick School Board, District 5
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
James S. Grant 557 50.36%
Christopher Lewis Watkinson 549 49.64%
Brunswick Council Representative at Large
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
John P. Portela 3,140 37.74%
Katherine E. Wilson 5,181 62.26%
Brunswick Council Representative, District 5
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Gerald E. Favreau 551 45.73%
Daniel E. Harris 654 54.27%
Bucksport
Bucksport Town Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Richard T. Rotella 825 27.19%
Peter L. Stewart 1,295 42.68%
Joseph N.L. York 914 30.13%
Bucksport RSU 25 School Committee
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Thomas R. Foster 1,492 51.34%
Melinda K. Stegner 1,414 48.66%
Calais
Calais Mayor
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Judith A. Alexander 511 44.75%
Marianne Moore 631 55.25%
Calais Charter 1
Approve Charter 3rd sentence of section 2.03
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 762 68.1%
No 357 31.9%
Calais Charter 2
Approve Charter word entitled in Section 2.03
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 770 70.71%
No 319 29.29%
Calais Charter 3
Approve Charter adding section to section 2.06 as subsection
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 807 72.77%
No 302 27.23%
Calais Charter 4
Approve Charter adding sentence after 3rd sentence in Section 2
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 802 72.38%
No 306 27.62%
Calais Charter 5
Approve Charter repealing 6th sentence of Section 2.13
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 773 72.51%
No 293 27.49%
Calais Charter 6
Approve Charter adding sentence to Section 5.13
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 793 73.7%
No 283 26.3%
Calais Charter 7
Approve Charter repealing Section 2.15
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 666 64.98%
No 359 35.02%
Calais Charter 8
Approve Charter changing "he" to "he or she"
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 907 82.23%
No 196 17.77%
Calais City Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Scott D. Geel 705 41.16%
C Edward Moreside 557 32.52%
Gary A. Young 451 26.33%
Calais School Committee
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Lea E. Farrar 629 59.73%
Kevin L. Niles 424 40.27%
Camden
Camden Ordinance Article 2
Shall Zoning Ordinance be amended
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,259 45.58%
No 1,503 54.42%
Camden Ordinance Article 3
Support using Tannery property for commercial/business uses
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,429 51.24%
No 1,360 48.76%
Canton
Canton Citizen Petition
Require Town to elect Fire Chief by secret ballot every 3 years
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 269 61.14%
No 171 38.86%
Cape Elizabeth
Cape Elizabeth Citizen Vote
Proposed Library Project
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 3,587 66.61%
No 1,798 33.39%
Cape Elizabeth School Board
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Joanna L. Morrissey 2,231 31.2%
Barbara S. Powers 3,417 47.78%
Elizabeth K. Scifres 1,503 21.02%
Cape Elizabeth Town Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Patricia K. Grennon 3,343 47.87%
Katherine N. Ray 3,640 52.13%
Caribou
Caribou RSU # 39
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Nancy Houghton Murphy 808 16.27%
Jan Umphrey-Tompkins 1,257 25.31%
Katherine Guerrette Whitten 1,171 23.58%
Ronald Willey 1,731 34.85%
Caribou Councilor
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Gary D. Aiken 1,804 26.91%
James T. Cerrato 1,367 20.39%
Shane M. McDougall 1,813 27.04%
Jody R. Smith 1,721 25.67%
Castine
Castine Referendum
Shall Castine Water Service Protection Ordinance be enacted
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 347 85.05%
No 61 14.95%
Castine Selectman, Assessor & Overseer of Poor
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Edward H. Lameyer 207 49.05%
David G. Unger 215 50.95%
China
China Selectman
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Albert W. Althenn 0 0%
Joann C. Austin 0 0%
Ronald R. Breton 0 0%
Neil L. Farrington 0 0%
Robert A. MacFarland 0 0%
Clinton
Clinton Article 2
Should an Ordinance to Regulate Use of Exploding Targets be enacted
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 764 56.38%
No 591 43.62%
Clinton Article 3
Shall amendments to Land Use Ordinance be enacted
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 847 60.59%
No 551 39.41%
Clinton Article 4
Shall Land Use Ordinance, Section 5 Site Plan Review be amended
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,029 73.71%
No 367 26.29%
Clinton Article 5
Shall Land use Ordinance, Page 5 Article 5c1 be amended
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,069 77.18%
No 316 22.82%
Clinton Article 6
Shall Land Use Ordinance, Page 5 Article 5c 2 be amended
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,029 76.05%
No 324 23.95%
Clinton Article 7
Shall Land Use Ordinance, Page 6 Article 6 A be amended
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,061 76.83%
No 320 23.17%
Cumberland
Cumberland Referendum 1
Shall town purchase property at 179 Foreside Rd. in Cumberland?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,372 52.73%
No 2,126 47.27%
Cumberland Referendum 2
Do you support the town's action to create two lots at 3 Longwoods Road?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,344 53.42%
No 2,044 46.58%
Dexter
Dexter Councilor
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Adam D. Briggs 180 7.13%
Deborah L. Fournier 491 19.46%
Brian E. Sawtelle 182 7.21%
Erlfred W. Sherburne 614 24.34%
Michele A. Stone 436 17.28%
Alan N. Wintle 620 24.57%
Dexter Referendum 1
Are you in favor of the Town of Dexter prohibiting construction of private transportation and distribution corridors, which include highways, pipelines and high-tension transmission lines?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 788 55.57%
No 630 44.43%
Dexter Referendum 2
Shall the Municipality approve Charter revision recommended by Commission?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 734 61.01%
No 469 38.99%
Dexter SAD 46 Directors
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Marcy A. King 1,197 55.47%
David J. Sickles 961 44.53%
Dixfield
Dixfield Ordinance
Shall ordinance "Town of Dixfield Wind Energy Facility" be enacted
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 557 49.78%
No 562 50.22%
Dover-Foxcroft
Dover-Foxcroft Referendum 1
Fireworks ordinance
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 969 52.24%
No 886 47.76%
Dover-Foxcroft Referendum 2
Traffic incident ordinance
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 874 48.72%
No 920 51.28%
East Millinocket
East Millinocket Selectman
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Harold E. Birt 223 14.3%
Hollis J. Hafford 81 5.2%
Greylen S. Hale 195 12.51%
James M. Jamo 239 15.33%
Clint Linscott 298 19.11%
Phillippe V. Page 197 12.64%
Mark C. Scally 326 20.91%
East Millinocket School Board
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Angel M. Danforth 459 31.85%
Mark E. Wallace 621 43.1%
Seth T. Whitmer 361 25.05%
Eastport
Eastport Article V
Replace Article 5.02
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
Eastport Article IX
Amend Articl IX
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
Eastport Article VI
Amend 6.01
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
Eastport Article VII
Amend Article 7
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
Eastport Article VIII
Amend 8.01
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
Eastport City Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Michael Cummings 318 22.81%
Scott Emery 269 19.3%
Richard Farris 94 6.74%
Jan Finley 260 18.65%
Mary Repole 453 32.5%
Eastport School Board
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
William Bradbury 526 51.17%
Elizabeth Hastings-Renner 502 48.83%
Eastport Port Authority
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Floyd Andrews 337 47.67%
Jett Peterson 370 52.33%
Eastport Charter Amendments
Miscellaneous Amendment
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
Eliot
Eliot Question 1
Make amendments to Chapter 29: Growth Management
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,407 48.2%
No 1,512 51.8%
Eliot Question 2
Favor budgetary articles at annual town meeting in 2015 be decided by referendum
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,572 53.91%
No 1,344 46.09%
Eliot Referendum
Shall the Town make amendments to Chapter 29: Growth Management
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
Eliot Non-binding Advisory
Favor having all budgetary articles at the annual town meeting in 2015
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
Eliot Selectman & Overseer of Poor
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
John Murphy 1,346 51.47%
Robert Pomerleau 1,269 48.53%
Eliot Selectmen & Overseer of Poor
Term expires June 2016
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
John J. Murhpy 0 0%
Roger G. Pomerleau 0 0%
Ellsworth
Ellsworth City Council
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
John L. Moore 2,533 53.35%
John E. Phillips 2,215 46.65%
Ellsworth Library Trustee
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Wendy A. Lessard 2,505 52.71%
Raymond L. Williams 2,247 47.29%
Fairfield
Fairfield Referendum
Shall a Charter Commission be established
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 948 46.75%
No 1,080 53.25%
Fairfield Charter Commission
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Franklin D. Bouchard 2,065 17.22%
Dawn M. DiBlasi 1,951 16.27%
F Stewart Kinley 1,955 16.3%
Philip N. Roy 1,913 15.95%
Tracey L. Stevens 2,033 16.95%
Stephanie M. Thibodeau 2,076 17.31%
Fairfield Town Council 2 yr term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Terry W. Michaud 598 23.74%
Harold J. Murray 347 13.78%
Tracey L. Stevens 670 26.6%
Stephanie M. Thibodeau 904 35.89%
Fairfield Town Council 3 yr term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Ernest Canelli 221 8.76%
Mark S. Cooper 831 32.95%
Robert Sezak 1,470 58.29%
Fairfield MSAD 49 Board of Directors
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Shelley J. Rudnicki 1,584 44.2%
Sherry V. Tompkins 2,000 55.8%
Falmouth
Falmouth Municipal Election
Whether to authorize $2,180,000 of town bonds to finance one-half cost to removate and expand Falmouth Memorial Library
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 4,005 61.01%
No 2,559 38.99%
Fort Fairfield
Fort Fairfield SAD 20 Board
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Susan Gould-Leighton 1,115 48.75%
Amanda J. McLaughlin 1,172 51.25%
Frankfort
Frankfort Referendum
Shall "Wind Energy Facility Ordinance for Frankfort" be enacted
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 224 38.23%
No 362 61.77%
Freeport
Freeport Referendum 1
Do you favor Freeport withdrawing from RSU 5 ?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,152 49.13%
No 2,228 50.87%
Freeport Councilor at Large
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Richard P. Degrandpre 2,070 49.93%
William H. Rixon 2,076 50.07%
Freeport Sewer District Trustee
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Michael J. Ashby 1,663 29.03%
Gerald Kennedy 1,705 29.77%
Sally J. Leland 2,360 41.2%
Freeport RSU 5 Board of Directors
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Charyl A. Haversat Matheson 970 15.31%
Nelson J. Larkins 1,454 22.95%
Beth J. Parker 1,901 30.01%
Lindsay K. Sterling 2,010 31.73%
Gardiner
Gardiner Mayor
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Thomas Harnett 1,553 61.24%
George Trask 983 38.76%
Gardiner City Council At Large
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Jonathan Ault 1,207 20.11%
Maureen Blanchard 1,009 16.81%
Steve Hunnewell 827 13.78%
Robert L. Johnston 930 15.5%
Richard Rambo 997 16.61%
Scott Williams 1,031 17.18%
Gorham
Gorham Question 1
Shall a capital expenditure not to exceed $4,990,000 be approved to pay for costs to safety building and construction of a new police station?
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Yes 3,588 50.69%
No 3,490 49.31%
Gorham Question 2
Shall the town accept a grant for purchases for Fire Department?
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Yes 6,032 83.04%
No 1,232 16.96%
Gorham Town Council
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Michael J. Phinney 5,239 58.03%
Ronald W. Shepard 3,789 41.97%
Gorham School Committee
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Forrest B. Genthner 3,070 21.59%
Dennis C. Libby 3,960 27.85%
Sara M. Nelson 3,862 27.16%
Suzanne E. Phillips 3,326 23.39%
Gray
Gray Stimson Hall
What should the town do with Stimson Hall?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Renovate 1,371 35.39%
Dispose 2,503 64.61%
Gray Charter Amendment
Shall town approve an amendment to Sec. 8 of At. V of town carter that combines so-called "crisis fund" and so-called "undesignated general fund balance into a single account for audit tracking purposes.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,285 60.21%
No 1,510 39.79%
Greenville
Greenville Straw Vote 1
Favor allowing ATVs to travel through intersection of Pritham Ave/Moosehead Lake Rd/Lily Bay Rd
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 457 50.22%
No 453 49.78%
Greenville Straw Vote 2
Favor allowing ATVs to travel along Rt 15 between Eveleth Hill and top of Indian Hill
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 522 57.3%
No 389 42.7%
Greenville Straw Vote 3
Favor continuation of ATV Access Route
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 629 68.97%
No 283 31.03%
Hallowell
Hallowell Councilor, Ward 1
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Kate F. Dufour 168 70%
Laurier R. Morrissette 72 30%
Hallowell Councilor at Large
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Alan B. Stearns 694 54.47%
Christopher D. Walters 580 45.53%
Hampden
Hampden Director RSU 22
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Lester A. French 1,151 16.98%
Karen B. Hawkes 1,464 21.6%
Kympton D. Lovley 993 14.65%
Niles D. Parker 1,398 20.63%
Jason F. Sharpe 1,772 26.14%
Hampden Charter Amendment 1
Reduce the quorum requirement to a simple majority
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,029 67.36%
No 983 32.64%
Hampden Charter Amendment 2
Correct inconsistencies in the provisions dealing with referenda and initiatives, and to require the printed names and street addresses of the persons signing a petition to enable the Town Clerk to verify their status as a registered voter in Hampden
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,311 78.31%
No 640 21.69%
Hampden Charter Amendment 3
Update the charter to require that no person shall be appointed to or removed from a town position because of race, religion, age, sexual orientation or maritial status
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,535 84.11%
No 479 15.89%
Hampden Charter Amendment 4
To authorize the council to correct errors in text of charter for accuracy, without changing the subject matter
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,288 79.78%
No 580 20.22%
Hampden Councilor District 1
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Ivan P. McPike 319 43.7%
Stephen L. Wilde 411 56.3%
Hampden Councilor District 2
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Mark E. Gray 345 46.43%
Dennis R. Marble 398 53.57%
Hampden Councilor District 3
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Jean H. Lawlis 357 47.22%
Philip T. McAvoy 399 52.78%
Hampden Councilor District 4
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Andrew J. Colford 213 30.34%
David L. Ryder 489 69.66%
Hampden Director RSU 22 to complete term Nov 2015
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Brian M. Duprey 1,228 40.91%
Anthony L. Liberatore 1,774 59.09%
Harpswell
Harpswell Referendum
To see if town will vote to appropriate $85,000 from unassigned fund balance for property from Dain Allen at Lookout Point Rd.
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
Hermon
Hermon Referendum 1
Whether to purchase a new fire truck, for an amount not to exceed $300,000, out of the Fire Department Equipment Reserve Account
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,990 75.64%
No 641 24.36%
Hermon Charter Amendment 1
To allow the council to appoint an interim town manager if the town manager becomes permanently disabled or dies
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,349 89.59%
No 273 10.41%
Hermon Charter Amendment 2
Require the town manager administer the town's personnel system and limit such duties to only town employees, excluding employees of the school from his/her supervision.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,790 70.86%
No 736 29.14%
Hermon Charter Amendment 3
Clarify the Board of Assessment Review consists of three regular members and two alternate members appointed by the council for three-year terms and authorize the council to expand the jurisdiction of the Board of Assessment Review to include appeals arising from all ordinances
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,007 79.55%
No 516 20.45%
Hermon Charter Amendment 4
Amend laws so that election recounts are conducted pursuant to Charter provision and applicable state laws, clarify the manner in which a candidate's name shall appear on ballots, and specify the qualification for write-in candidates and the procedures for verifying the candidate's interest in office.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,028 80.35%
No 496 19.65%
Hermon Charter Amendment 5
Clarify that the town clerk shall swear in all elected officers and officials, and clarify that the prohibited activities listed in the charter apply not only to elected officials but to candidates, staff, committee members, board members and elected officials.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,247 88.74%
No 285 11.26%
Hermon Charter Amendment 6
Delete the article on transactional provisions entirely because it relates solely to the town's transition to a charter town and no longer serves a useful purpose.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,117 85.26%
No 366 14.74%
Houlton
Houlton Referendum
Shall Article V Financial Procedures be amended
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,572 82%
No 345 18%
Houlton Town Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Matthew D. Carr 1,209 23.61%
Paul J. Cleary 809 15.8%
Brent D. Dickison 1,356 26.48%
Brian A. Donnelly 435 8.5%
Janes R. Torres 1,311 25.61%
Houlton Directors of RSU 29
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Susan C. McLaughlin 1,566 30.45%
Rosa D. McNally 1,042 20.26%
Susan M. Tortello 1,363 26.5%
Darryl Scott White 1,172 22.79%
Houlton Cary Library Board of Trustees
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Forrest W. Barnes 1,062 57.1%
Charlotte D. MacArthur 798 42.9%
Houlton Directors Houlton Water Company
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Richard L. Goodwin 1,754 50.5%
Galen N. Hogan 1,719 49.5%
Kennebunk
Kennebunk Referendum 1
To amend the town charter to change the selection process of the Town Clerk from being elected by the people to being appointed by the Town Manager
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,940 51.7%
No 2,747 48.3%
Kennebunk Referendum 2
To provide for the election of a chairman, a vice chairman and a board secretary for the newly constituted board after the official start of the new municipal year each July 1
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 4,622 82.67%
No 969 17.33%
Kennebunk Referendum 3
To amend zoning laws to allow office space which is not currently allowed
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 3,463 67.24%
No 1,687 32.76%
Kennebunkport
Kennebunkport Question 1
Amendment to Property Tax Assistance Ordinance
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,729 85.17%
No 301 14.83%
Kennebunkport Question 2
Plumbing License Ordinance
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,641 83.72%
No 319 16.28%
Kennebunkport Question 3
Government Wharf Dredge
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,711 84.49%
No 314 15.51%
Kittery
Kittery Referendum
Charter amendment to allow the town the hire non-Maine residents to serve in positions of municipal officials.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,648 55.83%
No 1,304 44.17%
Kittery Town Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Jeffery Brake 1,353 22.32%
Kenneth F. Lemont 2,587 42.67%
Judith A. Spiller 2,123 35.02%
Kittery School Committee
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
David C. Batchelder 1,793 33.7%
John F. Driscoll 1,824 34.29%
Rhonda L. Pomerleau 1,703 32.01%
Levant
Levant Selectman, Assessor and Overseer of the Poor
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
David M. Nichols 327 30.33%
Nathan A. Peary 751 69.67%
Lewiston
Lewiston Councilor, Ward 4
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
Shane D. Bouchard 1,116 56.59%
Darcy G. Reed 856 43.41%
Lewiston Marijuana Legalization Ordinance
Shall the Ordinance entitled, Use of Marijuana by Persons 21 Years of Age or Older, be adopted?
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
Yes 6,044 45.07%
No 7,366 54.93%
Lewiston Repeal of St. Laurent Housing Associates Joint Development Agreement
Shall the Order, adopted at the April 15, 2014 Lewiston City Council meeting, authorizing the City Administrator to execute a Joint Development Agreement between the City of Lewiston and St. Laurent Housing Associates, be repealed?
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
Yes 6,820 52.07%
No 6,278 47.93%
Limestone
Limestone Board of Selectperson, Assessor, Overseer of the Poor
Term to June 2016
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Melissa O. Devoe 242 38.91%
Gary O'Neal 380 61.09%
Lincoln
Lincoln Question 1
Shall residents approve a $1,200,000 bond to build center turning lanes on West Broadway?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,045 53.62%
No 904 46.38%
Lincoln Question 2
Shall the resolve "motion to enter into amended memorandum of understanding with Sterling Osgood to lease a building" be repealed
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,479 74.43%
No 508 25.57%
Lincoln Town Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Matthew D. Berry 114 3%
Stephen H. Clay 673 17.7%
George E. Edwards 306 8.05%
Jeffery A. Gifford 907 23.85%
James C. House 268 7.05%
Thora D. House 412 10.83%
Marscella A. Ireland 454 11.94%
Gilberte G. Mayo 512 13.46%
Grant W. Polomsky 157 4.13%
Lisbon
Lisbon Referendum 1
Remove authority to appoint town attorney from Town Manager and place the authority with Town Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,589 72.3%
No 992 27.7%
Lisbon Referendum 2
Non-emergency bonds, leases for capital equipment to referendum during the year only in the event of an emergency
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,703 72.43%
No 1,029 27.57%
Lisbon Referendum 3
Order for entry into contracts
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,500 65.81%
No 1,299 34.19%
Lisbon Council Member at Large
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Dale James Crafts 1,955 50.54%
Lisa Marie Ward 1,197 30.95%
Dean George Willey 716 18.51%
Lyman
Lyman Article 3
Shall a Charter Commission be established to revise Charter
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,262 70.82%
No 520 29.18%
Lyman Article 4
Will Town vote to reorganize the Budget Committee
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,559 83.32%
No 312 16.68%
Lyman Commissioner
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Shirley A. Harrison 1,482 43.41%
Donald M. Hernon 971 28.44%
Lee D. Schatz 961 28.15%
Mars Hill
Mars Hill Referendum 1
Shall this municipality authorize the state to issue licenses for the sale of liquor to be consumed on the premises of licensed establishments on Sundays?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 325 50.78%
No 315 49.22%
Mars Hill Referendum 2
Shall this municipality authorize the state to issue licenses for the sale of malt liquor and wine to be consumed off the premises of licensed establishments on Sundays?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 324 51.1%
No 310 48.9%
Millinocket
Millinocket Town Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Eric E. Buckingham 913 18.98%
Michael A. Madore 1,410 29.31%
Anita Mueller 1,333 27.71%
Gilda Stratton 1,154 23.99%
Millinocket School Board Member
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Matthew Farrington 1,010 28.69%
Kevin Gregory 1,319 37.46%
Margaret Manzo 1,192 33.85%
Newfield
Newfield Referendum
Should RSU 57 spend up to $6,800,000 for renovations to athletic fields
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
Old Orchard Beach
Old Orchard Beach Referendum
Amend the charter section on Conflicts of Interest
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,980 85.09%
No 522 14.91%
Old Orchard Beach RSU Board Director
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
David T. Boudreau 1,408 40%
Michelle D. Violette 2,112 60%
Old Town
Old Town Councilor
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Linda McLeod 1,964 28.92%
Stanley Peterson 1,899 27.96%
Eric Roach 1,551 22.84%
Russel Sossong 1,378 20.29%
Old Town School Board
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Stephanie Phillips 1,238 27.18%
Ronald Sagner 945 20.75%
Alyson Veilleux 1,123 24.66%
David Wollstadt 1,248 27.4%
Palermo
Palermo Referendum
Do you favor withdrawl from Sheepscot Valley RSU # 12
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 214 30.18%
No 495 69.82%
Peru
Peru Referendum
Take $10,000 from Surplus to support operations of Community Center
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 500 61.5%
No 313 38.5%
Portland
Portland Peaks Island Council
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
Lisa M. Penalver 327 58.08%
Timothy S. Wyant 236 41.92%
Portland School Board at Large
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
John M. Eder 9,714 52.47%
Gene D. Landry 8,801 47.53%
Portland City Council, District 4
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
Justin L. Costa 2,412 53.52%
Rosemary A. Mahoney 922 20.46%
Raymond W. Ruby 1,173 26.03%
Portland School Board, District 4
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
Stephanie B. Hatzenbuehler 2,734 69.71%
Rebecca R. Wartell 1,188 30.29%
Portland Casco Bay Lines Director, Peaks Isle
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
Patrick T. Flynn 278 58.77%
Sidney Gerard 195 41.23%
Portland Casco Bay Lines Director Islands-at-Large
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
Charles M. Burr 317 66.88%
Mark C. Hall 101 21.31%
Norman R. McKone 56 11.81%
Presque Isle
Presque Isle City Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Donald J. Gardner 1,461 24.97%
Dwayne R. Singletary 702 12%
Emily G. Smith 1,942 33.2%
Leigh S. Smith 1,745 29.83%
Princeton
Princeton Referendum 1
Local Liquor Question
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 216 58.38%
No 154 41.62%
Princeton Referendum 2
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 166 44.5%
No 207 55.5%
Raymond
Raymond Question 1
RSU 14 Withdrawal
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,132 59.27%
No 778 40.73%
Raymond Referendum
Do you favor the withdrawal from RSU 14
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
Rockland
Rockland Question 1
Old County Road Repairs
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,047 78.79%
No 551 21.21%
Rockland Question 2
Repeal of pay per-bag-waste disposal ordinance
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,834 71.03%
No 748 28.97%
Rockland City Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Theodore A. Berry 1,173 30.2%
William S. Clayton 1,503 38.7%
Valli D. Geiger 1,208 31.1%
Rockland RSU 13 board
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Carol W. Bachofner 1,244 62.26%
Kyle A. Reniche 754 37.74%
Rockport
Rockport Charter 2
Do you Approve adding to Charter that the selectboard may renew Town Manager's contract
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,467 82%
No 322 18%
Rockport Charter 3
Do you approve adding "the municipal officer's" to Article III, Section 1
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,353 77.05%
No 403 22.95%
Rockport Charter 4
Do you approve removing the words "and is responsible to Board of Directors" from Article VIII, Section 10
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,305 74.32%
No 451 25.68%
Rockport Charter 5
Do you approve adding to Article VIII section 10, paragragh D.4
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,410 82.02%
No 309 17.98%
Rockport Charter 6
Shall town authorize select board to undertake infrastructure projects
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,460 79.87%
No 368 20.13%
Rockport Charter 7
Shall town authorize select board the Rockport Opera House project
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,233 69.27%
No 547 30.73%
Rockport Charter 8
Should Rockport develop a plan for a new library with community input
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 867 46.71%
No 989 53.29%
Rockport Charter 9
Should Town consider former Elementary School site as location for new library
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 786 42.46%
No 1,065 57.54%
Sabattus
Sabattus Sanitary/Water District Trustee
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Richard D. Lacombe 1,070 45.61%
Roland R. St. Amand 1,276 54.39%
Sabattus Selectman, Assessor & Overseer of the Poor 1 yr term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Jeffrey S. Baril 1,112 59.09%
Randolph E. Gayton 770 40.91%
Sabattus Selectman, Assessor & Overseer of the Poor 2 yr term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Paul W. Loesberg 466 24.95%
Andre N. Marquis 998 53.43%
Mark H. Pare 404 21.63%
Sabattus Selectman, Assessor & Overseer of the Poor 3 yr term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Michelle A. Ames 878 46.53%
Normand J. Estes 608 32.22%
Leslie E. Gibson 401 21.25%
Saco
Saco Referendum 1
Improvements to Stackpole Bridge to reopen Simpson Rd
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Yes 4,255 52.88%
No 3,791 47.12%
Saco Referendum 2
Should the order of City Council be ratified and approved
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Yes 4,253 56.5%
No 3,274 43.5%
Saco Referendum 3
Should Charter Amendments Board of Education be ratified and approved
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Yes 5,249 69.63%
No 2,289 30.37%
Saint George
Saint George Referendum
Should the town of St. George withdraw from RSU 13
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,163 83.73%
No 226 16.27%
Saint George School Administrative Ordinance
Shall the Town adopt the "School Administrative Ordinance of the town of St. George" as shown in the attachment to the warrant
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,051 79.26%
No 275 20.74%
Sanford
Sanford City Council
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Steven G. Bruno 3,089 29.8%
Joseph Robert Hanslip 3,655 35.26%
Maura Anne Herlihy 3,622 34.94%
Sanford School Committee
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Thomas Miscio 4,081 43.23%
Kendra Ann Williams 5,359 56.77%
Sanford Trustee Sewerage District
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Andrew B. Marby 4,390 46.72%
Keith Robert Patterson 5,006 53.28%
Sanford City Council to fill vacancy
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Dianne Rose Connolly 1,771 27.72%
Victor E. DiGregorio 1,773 27.76%
Lucas John Lanigan 1,709 26.75%
Margaret L. Trowbridge 1,135 17.77%
Searsmont
Searsmont Referendum 1
Do you favor Searsmont withdrawing from RSU 20?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 485 78.86%
No 130 21.14%
Searsmont Referendum 2
If Yes on 1, do you favor reorganizing Belfast, Belmont, Morrill, Searsmont and Swanville into an RSU, effective July 1, 2015?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 480 80%
No 120 20%
Sebago
Sebago Referendum 1
Authorize officers to transfer money not to exceed $70,000 for new fire truck
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 650 72.71%
No 244 27.29%
Sebago Referendum 2
Should the town sell current Engine 2 and apply proceeds to Tank 2?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 693 78.04%
No 195 21.96%
South Berwick
South Berwick SAD 35 Director
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Douglas Bennington 763 32.73%
Paul Stanley 1,568 67.27%
South Portland
South Portland Bond Referendum
Construction of Thornton Heights/Pleasantdale Sewer and Stormwater
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Yes 7,782 67.84%
No 3,689 32.16%
South Portland Citizen Referendum
Favor of "Use of marijuana by persons 21 years of age or older" ordinance
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Yes 6,326 52.36%
No 5,755 47.64%
South Portland Charter Amendment 1
Eliminate voting district on BAR and CSC and allow up to 3 members from any one voting district to simultaneously serve on BAR and CSC
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Yes 4,572 44.08%
No 5,800 55.92%
South Portland Charter Amendment 2
Eliminate requirement of one polling place in each of five voting districts
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Yes 3,841 35.72%
No 6,913 64.28%
South Portland City Council District 1
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Claude V. Morgan 6,182 62.98%
Michael R. Pock 3,634 37.02%
South Portland City Council District 5
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Brad Fox 4,988 51.59%
Alan R. Livingston 4,680 48.41%
South Portland Board of Education At Large
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Karen U. Callaghan 4,987 38.06%
Christopher L. Hershey 3,296 25.15%
Mary E. House 4,821 36.79%
Southwest Harbor
Southwest Harbor Article 2
Shall Coastal Waters and Harbor Ordinance for the town be amended
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 600 73.44%
No 217 26.56%
Southwest Harbor Article 3
Shall Coastal Waters ordinance be amended to add definitions
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 626 76.62%
No 191 23.38%
Southwest Harbor Article 4
Shall Coastal Waters ordinance be amended for prohibited acts
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 681 83.35%
No 136 16.65%
Southwest Harbor Article 5
Shall town authorize board to accept an easement for municipal use and maintenance for parking area on North side of building
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 644 84.07%
No 122 15.93%
Southwest Harbor Article 6
Shall town authorize board to contribute $1,000 to Food Pantry
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 730 85.68%
No 122 14.32%
Standish
Standish Referendum 1
Improvements to Standish Corner sidewaks
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,069 47.73%
No 2,266 52.27%
Standish Referendum 2
Improvements to Steep Falls sidewalks
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,745 40.37%
No 2,578 59.63%
Standish Referendum 3
No Council member shall seek reelection to Council for more than 1 additional consecutive term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,562 60.11%
No 1,700 39.89%
Standish Referendum 4
To add term limits to the Charter
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 2,446 57.26%
No 1,826 42.74%
Surry
Surry Referendum
In favor of increasing minimum lot size in rural areas of Surry
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 406 49.09%
No 421 50.91%
Van Buren
Van Buren Town Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Michael Garcia 0 0%
Donald Raymond Violette 0 0%
Veazie
Veazie Charter 1
Amendment to make Town Charter gender neutral
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 629 80.64%
No 151 19.36%
Veazie Charter 2
Amendments to Sec. 00.11 Work Program; Allotments
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 573 74.22%
No 199 25.78%
Veazie Charter 3
Amendments to Sec.00.11 Recall
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 559 73.46%
No 202 26.54%
Veazie Charter 4
Amendments to Sec.00.12.03 Personal Financial Interest
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 584 76.54%
No 179 23.46%
Veazie Charter 5
Amendments to Sec 00.02 Town Council and Sec. 00.02.04 Induction of Council into Office
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 665 84.82%
No 119 15.18%
Veazie Charter 6
Amendments to Sec.00.02.12.02 Codification of Ordinances
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 679 86.94%
No 102 13.06%
Veazie Charter 7
Amendments to Sec. 00.03 Town Manager, 00.03.01, 00.03.02.03, 00.03.02.04 and 00.03.04.05
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 642 83.81%
No 124 16.19%
Veazie Charter 8
Amendments to Sec 00.04.01.01 Creation of Departments
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 569 75.77%
No 182 24.23%
Veazie Charter 9
Amendments to Sec.04.02.01 Equal Opportunity and Sec. 00.12.04.02 Prohibitions
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 662 87.11%
No 98 12.89%
Veazie Charter 10
Amendments to Sec. 00.04.03.04 School Committee Organization, pwer and duties and Compensation
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 666 88.1%
No 90 11.9%
Veazie Charter 11
Amendments to Sec. 00.05.02 Board of Assessment Review and Powers and Duties
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 622 81.52%
No 141 18.48%
Veazie Charter 12
Amendments to Sec. 00.06.01 Board of Appeals Composition and Terms and Juridsiction
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 679 87.16%
No 100 12.84%
Veazie Charter 13
Amendments to Sec. 00.07 Financial Procedures
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 678 87.48%
No 97 12.52%
Veazie Charter 14
Amendments to Sec. 00.08.01 Municipal Elections
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 679 90.41%
No 72 9.59%
Veazie Charter 15
Amendments to Sec. 00.09.02 Purpose of Town Meeting
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 599 79.87%
No 151 20.13%
Veazie Charter 16
Amendments to Sec. 00.10 Initiative and Referendum
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 656 87.23%
No 96 12.77%
Veazie Charter 17
Amendments to Sec. 00/11/02 Recall Petition
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 675 87.44%
No 97 12.56%
Waldoboro
Waldoboro Referendum
Shall the town approve a capital improvement project
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,400 66.73%
No 698 33.27%
Washburn
Washburn Question
Shall municipality authorize State to permit the operation of Agency Liquor Stores on days other than Sunday?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 409 63.02%
No 240 36.98%
Waterville
Waterville Mayor
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Stephen R. Aucoin 2,047 37.41%
Nicholas S. Isgro 2,470 45.14%
Karen A. Rancourt-Thomas 955 17.45%
Waterville Referendum
Shall City approve Charter revision recommended by the Commission?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 3,184 69.22%
No 1,416 30.78%
Waterville City Council, Ward 2
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Zackary T. Bickford 189 24.67%
Normand P. Veilleux 175 22.85%
Nathaniel J. White 402 52.48%
Waterville City Council, Ward 4
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Sydney R. Mayhew 588 53.85%
Erik Thomas 504 46.15%
Waterville City Council, Ward 6
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Dana V. Bushee 471 63.82%
Jibryne E. Karter 267 36.18%
Waterville Water District Trustee
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Patricia A. Gorman 3,362 55.96%
Joan M. Sanzenbacher 2,646 44.04%
Westport Island
Westport Island Referendum
Should Westport Island dissolve the budget committee
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 195 52.85%
No 174 47.15%
Windham
Windham Town Council
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Thomas W. Gleason 3,960 64.06%
David M. Lydon 2,222 35.94%
Windham RSU Board Director
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Kathryn L. Brix 4,084 38.99%
Dawn A. Dillon 3,399 32.45%
Pete D. Heanssler 2,991 28.56%
Windsor
Windsor Questions
RSU 12 withdrawal
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 445 39.49%
No 682 60.51%
Winslow
Winslow Council District 1
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Patricia D. Ayer 510 75%
Jackson E. Benson 170 25%
Winslow Council District 3
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Gary S. Owen 272 46.5%
Jerry A. Quirion 313 53.5%
Winthrop
Winthrop Town Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Donald R. Ellis 0 0%
Sarah P. Fuller 0 0%
Linda B. MacDonald 0 0%
Winthrop Library Trustee
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Eric W. Conrad 0 0%
Paul W. Cottrell 0 0%
Laurie L. Graves 0 0%
Winthrop Board of Education
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Virginia Geyer 0 0%
Kristin Shumway 0 0%
Yarmouth
Yarmouth Town Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Joan Dollarhite 1,484 36.72%
Robert Waeldner 2,557 63.28%
York
York Referendum 1
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 5,599 83.89%
No 1,075 16.11%
York Referendum 2
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 5,559 83.57%
No 1,093 16.43%
York Referendum 3
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 3,052 45.32%
No 3,683 54.68%
* Number of active registered voters as of Oct. 1, 2014, from the Maine Secretary of State's Office.
** Number of participating voters is calculated based on the number of people voting in the election for Governor.