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2012 General Election results for Maine

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706,123 of 925,816 registered voters participating. 99% of precincts reporting (571 of 578)
Referendum Questions
Question 1: Maine Army National Guard bond
Do you favor a $14,000,000 bond issue to provide funds for the State's share of maintenance, repair, capital improvement, modernization and energy efficiency projects for Maine Army National Guard readiness centers and support facilities and the purchase of land for training and to draw down federal matching funds?
Yes 126,781 58.41%
No 90,285 41.59%
Question 2: University of Maine System bond
Do you favor a $15,500,000 bond issue to enhance educational and employment opportunities for Maine citizens and students by updating and improving existing laboratory and classroom facilities of the University of Maine System statewide?
Yes 133,334 61.13%
No 84,780 38.87%
Question 3: Transportation bond
Do you favor a $100,000,000 bond issue for reconstruction and rehabilitation of highways and bridges and for facilities or equipment related to ports, harbors, marine transportation, freight and passenger railroads, aviation and transit, to be used to match an estimated $154,000,000 in federal and other funds?
Yes 157,352 72.33%
No 60,210 27.67%
Question 4: Maine Maritime Academy bond
Do you favor a $4,500,000 bond issue to provide funds for a public-private partnership for a building project for a new science facility at the Maine Maritime Academy to be matched by other funds?
Yes 114,583 52.84%
No 102,284 47.16%
Question 5: Maine Community College System bond
Do you favor a $15,500,000 bond issue to upgrade buildings, classrooms and laboratories on the 7 campuses of the Maine Community College System in order to increase capacity to serve more students through expanded programs in health care, precision machining, information technology, criminal justice and other key programs?
Yes 143,425 65.62%
No 75,136 34.38%
RSU 1
RSU 1 Bond Question
Do you favor authorizing $2.5 million in bonds to fund renovations, upgrades and improvements to Morse High School, Bath Regional Career and Technical Center, Bath Middle School, Dike Newell School, Fisher Mitchell School, West Bath Elementary School and Phippsburg Elementary School?
Yes 2,342 71.73%
No 923 28.27%
Calais
Calais Question No. 1
Do you favor approving the Calais School Administrative Unit Budget for the 2013-14 that was approved by the Calais City Council?
Yes 427 59.89%
No 286 40.11%
Calais Question No. 2
Do you favor the increase in this year's tax bill in support of the services provided to the municiplaity, county and schools?
Yes 289 42.56%
No 390 57.44%
Calais City Council, 3-year term
Vote for two
Louis C. Bernardini 199 15.24%
William W. Howard 484 37.06%
Marcia A. Rogers 331 25.34%
Michael R. Sherrard 292 22.36%
Calais School Committee, 3-year term
Vote for two
Kathleen M. Caso 189 17.18%
Dale E. Earle 287 26.09%
Robert F. Greenlaw 494 44.91%
Crystal L. McPhee 130 11.82%
Auburn
Auburn City Council At Large
Vote for Two
Belinda A. Gerry 1,497 27.17%
Levi G. Gervais 665 12.07%
Robert A. Sevigny 587 10.66%
John T. Spruill 1,034 18.77%
David C. Young 1,726 31.33%
Auburn School Committee At Large
Vote for two
Francois R. Bussiere 913 16.5%
Christopher T. Langis 674 12.18%
Robert C. Mennealy 1,236 22.34%
Ronald W. Potvin 1,248 22.56%
Laurie Tannenbaum 1,461 26.41%
Auburn School Committee, Ward 3
Daniel Herrick 255 46.45%
Thomas M. Kendall 294 53.55%
Auburn City Council, Ward 4
Adam R. Lee 421 74.91%
Doris C. Russell 141 25.09%
Auburn City Council, Ward 5
Raymond Berube 190 28.57%
Leroy G. Walker 475 71.43%
Auburn School Committee, Ward 5
Stanwood J. Gray 220 34.98%
Lawrence B. Pelletier 409 65.02%
Lewiston
Lewiston School Committee, Ward 2
Stavros J. Mendros 455 33.41%
Paul R. St. Pierre 907 66.59%
Lewiston City Council, Ward 4
Doreen M. Christ 625 58.47%
Darcy G. Reed 444 41.53%
Lewiston City Council, Ward 5
Kristen S. Cloutier 330 69.04%
Charles A. Soule 84 17.57%
Richard L. White 64 13.39%
Lewiston School Committee, Ward 6
Dawn M. Hartill 507 46.56%
Matthew P. Roy 582 53.44%
Lewiston City Council, Ward 7
Richard R. Desjardins 409 40.66%
Michael R. Lachance 597 59.34%
Lewiston Mayor
Laurent F. Gilbert 2,610 38.76%
Robert E. Macdonald 4,123 61.24%
Lewiston School Committee at Large
Cynthia M. Mendros 3,336 51.41%
Zam Zam Mohamud 3,153 48.59%
Lewiston City Council, Ward 1
John T. Butler 328 44.26%
Leslie T. Dubois 413 55.74%
Camden
Camden Question No. 2
Should the town approve a Capital Improvement Project to redevelop the facilities at Ragged Mountain?
Yes 1,124 82.47%
No 239 17.53%
Camden Question No. 3
Should the town amend the zoning ordinance: Article VIII, Section 13 Business River District to add single family and two family residential uses?
Yes 1,140 85.97%
No 186 14.03%
Camden Question No. 4
Should the town amend the zoning ordinance: Article X, Performance Standards, Section 11?
Yes 1,058 80.76%
No 252 19.24%
Camden Question No. 5
Should the town amend the Town of Camden Harbor and Waterways Ordinance with a combination of housekeeping updates as well as substantive changes?
Yes 933 77.11%
No 277 22.89%
Lisbon
Lisbon School Committee
Vote for two for a 3-year term
Paul Caron George 863 42.68%
Jo Austin Traci 1,159 57.32%
Lisbon Question No. 1
Yes 492 28.96%
No 1,207 71.04%
Lisbon Question No. 2
Yes 619 38.93%
No 971 61.07%
Lisbon Question No. 3
Yes 906 56.95%
No 685 43.05%
Augusta
Augusta Council
Vote for two
Tom Connors 997 18.33%
Mary D. Mayo-Wescott 667 12.27%
Dale McCormick 1,558 28.65%
Cecil E. Munson 2,216 40.75%
Bangor
Bangor City Council
Vote for no more than three for a 3-year term
Nelson E. Durgin 2,220 23.02%
Gibran Vogue Graham 1,827 18.94%
Victor Kraft 560 5.81%
Charles Richard Longo 1,607 16.66%
Joshua Ronald Plourde 2,275 23.59%
Harold Arthur Wheeler 1,155 11.98%
Bangor School Committee
Vote for no more than two for a 3-year term
Susan Marie Hawes 2,060 34.77%
susan T. Sorg 1,882 31.77%
Jay Jia Ye 1,982 33.46%
Bangor Municipal Referendum 1
Do you favor approving the Bangor School Dept budget for the upcoming school year that was adopted at the latest regional school unit budget meeting and that includes locally raised funds that exceed the required local contribution as described in the Essential Programs and Services Funding Act?
Yes 3,221 80.38%
No 786 19.62%
Houlton
Houlton Town Council, 3-year term
Vote for two
Gerald Adams 166 10.03%
Stanley Ginish 85 5.14%
Wade Hanson 620 37.46%
Carl Lord 119 7.19%
Pricilla J. Monroe 258 15.59%
John White 407 24.59%
Houlton Houlton Water Company Board of Directors, 3-year terms
Vote for two
Scott Austin 514 31.55%
Albert Fitzpatrick 729 44.75%
Micah D. Swallow 386 23.7%
Millinocket
Millinocket Town Council Member
Vote for two for a 3-year term
Richard W. Angotti 807 41.62%
Michael E. Austin 95 4.9%
Eric E. Buckingham 212 10.93%
Charles J. Cirame 119 6.14%
Richard N. Theriault 706 36.41%
Millinocket School Board Member
Vote for two for a 3-year term
Jeffrey Gordon 424 22.89%
Michael B. Jewers 616 33.26%
Erica E. Porter 409 22.08%
Timothy P. Smyth 403 21.76%
Bath
Bath Bond Question
Shall a bond ordinance be authorized in an amount up to, but not to exceed, $2.5 million for the purpose of funding city street repairs and improvements?
Yes 1,208 78.65%
No 328 21.35%
Madawaska
Madawaska Selectperson, tax assessor, overseer of poor, 1-year 8-month term
Vote for one
Richard Cayer 255 39.47%
Ivan L. Fletcher 391 60.53%
Madawaska Question No. 1
Do you favor approving the Madawaska School Department budget for the upcoming school year that was adopted at the latest town meeting on Oct. 29?
Yes 441 73.87%
No 156 26.13%
Biddeford
Biddeford Mayor
Perry V. Aberle 720 17.39%
Alan M. Casavant 2,377 57.42%
Joanne T. Twomey 1,043 25.19%
Biddeford Councilor At Large
Vote for two
Roch A. Angers 1,333 18.33%
James A. Emerson 967 13.3%
Clement A. Fleurent 1,684 23.15%
Marc P. Lessard 1,408 19.36%
Daniel G. Parenteau 805 11.07%
Richard E. Rhames 1,076 14.79%
Biddeford School Committee
Vote for seven
Dennis R. Anglea 2,892 13.83%
Tammy L. Fleurent 3,160 15.11%
Anthony A. Michaud 2,984 14.27%
Heather M. Mills 2,931 14.01%
William W. Moriarty 2,813 13.45%
Laurie J. Ready 2,987 14.28%
Lisa M. Vadnais 3,147 15.05%
Biddeford Councilor, Ward 1
Ronald L. Peaker 217 33.54%
Michael J. Swanton 430 66.46%
Biddeford Councilor, Ward 2
David J. Bourque 150 35.71%
Dominic Deschambault 0 0%
John A. McCurry 209 49.76%
Robert E. Quattrone 0 0%
Andrew L. Russell 61 14.52%
Biddeford Councilor, Ward 5
Carol A. Boisjoly 189 44.37%
Bobby J. Mills 237 55.63%
Biddeford Councilor, Ward 6
Roger R. Hurtubise 331 58.38%
Richard A. Laverriere 236 41.62%
Old Orchard Beach
Old Orchard Beach Town Council
1-year term
John R. Bird 459 10.38%
Kenneth C. Blow 896 20.26%
Richard D. Greenlee 258 5.83%
Ryan O. Kelly 603 13.63%
Mark D. Keonigs 369 8.34%
Shawn E. O'Neill 1,131 25.57%
Michael R. Tousignant 707 15.98%
Old Orchard Beach Referendum Question
Amend the charter to reduce the number of council members from 7 to 5
Yes 860 54.02%
No 732 45.98%
Orland
Orland Question No. 1
Shall the Town of Orland vote to support a 3 turbine wind project if the project were to comply with the local Orland Wind Ordinance and obtain all necessary state and federal permits?
Yes 439 62.98%
No 258 37.02%
Orland Question No. 2
Shall the Town of Orland vote to prohibit the discharge or display of any consumer fireworks or any other fireworks in the Town of Orland excepting on July 4th of any year?
Yes 315 45.32%
No 380 54.68%
Portland
Portland Question No. 1
Do you favor legalizing marijuana for adults 21 and over?
Yes 9,921 67.29%
No 4,823 32.71%
Portland City Council at Large, 3-year term
3-year term
Jon Hinck 7,101 57.86%
Wellington M. Lyons 5,171 42.14%
Portland City Council at Large, 4-year term
4-year term
Jill C. Duson 6,081 47.08%
Christopher W. Shorr 3,178 24.61%
Gregory J. Smaha 3,657 28.31%
Portland School Board at Large
Vote for two for a 3-year term
Plous A. Ali 5,073 24.21%
Deborah A. Brewer 3,011 14.37%
Ralph C. Carmona 2,960 14.12%
Gene D. Landry 2,541 12.13%
Frederic A. Miller 1,406 6.71%
Anna J. Trevorrow 5,965 28.46%
Portland Casco Bay Lines Director Peaks Island
3-year term
Twain A. Braden 360 57.42%
Margaret M. Peretti 267 42.58%
Portland Casco Bay Lines Director Peaks Island at Large
1-year term
Anthony J. Alves 289 47.22%
Charles M. Burr 269 43.95%
Lawrence E. Dwight 54 8.82%
Portland City Council, District 3
3-year term
Gregroy A. Blouin 847 30.7%
Edward J. Suslovic 1,912 69.3%
Portland Peaks Island Council, 1-year term
1-year term
Jean B. Martens 266 55.88%
Timothy S. Wyant 210 44.12%
Portland Peaks Island Council, 3-year term
Vote for three
0 0%
Marjorie Phyfe 355 100%
Presque Isle
Presque Isle City Council, 4-year term
Vote for one
Randy L. Smith 582 58.73%
Stephen R. Sutter 409 41.27%
Presque Isle City Council, 2-year term
Vote for one
Michael J. Chasse 723 68.66%
Jacqueline M. Goodine 330 31.34%
Presque Isle Question No. 1
Do you favor merging the Presque Isle Water District and the Presque Isle Sewer District
Yes 964 89.51%
No 113 10.49%
Presque Isle Question No. 2
Do you favor the following amendment: No ordinance may be adopted by the council without holding one public hearing no less than seven days after the text of the proposal is published in a newspaper of general circulation in Presque Isle.
Yes 642 62.15%
No 391 37.85%
Brewer
Brewer City Council
Vote for two
Ashley A. Blanchard 466 17.18%
Jennifer Jalbert 404 14.9%
Kevin J.M. O'Connell 893 32.93%
William (Will) T. Rogers 392 14.45%
Beverly Uhlenhake 557 20.54%
Brewer Bond Question
To issue bonds or notes in an amount not to exceed $2,691,136 to renovate the high school.
Yes 912 63.11%
No 533 36.89%
Rockland
Rockland City Council
Vote for two
Louise MacLellan-Ruf 748 37.08%
Harold G. Perry 489 24.24%
Larry R. Pritchett 780 38.67%
Rockland RSU #13 Board
Vote for two
William M. Pearce 513 29.96%
Steven R. Robert 587 34.29%
Donald P. Robishaw 612 35.75%
Rockland Port District Board
Vote for two
Howard Edwards 796 52.27%
Daniel M. McNichol 727 47.73%
Rockland Question No. 1
Do you approve providing funding for the design, construction and equipping of a salt and sand shed?
Yes 573 52.04%
No 528 47.96%
Brunswick
Brunswick School Board Representative, District 1
3-year term
Richard P. Ellis 233 55.88%
Byron D. Watson 184 44.12%
Brunswick Council Representative, District 6
3-year term
Alison Harris 165 47.41%
Jane F. Millett 183 52.59%
Brunswick School Board Representative, District 6
3-year term
Janet C. Connors 237 73.83%
Daniel R. Hammond 84 26.17%
RSU 5
RSU 5 Bond Question
Do you favor authorizing the board of directors of RSU 5 to issue bonds or notes in the name of this regional school unit for school construction pruposes in an amount not to exceed $14,638,009 to construct and equip addition, renovations, and improvements to the Freeport High School building, grounds and facilities?
Yes 2,324 50.79%
No 2,252 49.21%
RSU 5 Athletic field approval
If the project in No. 1 above is approved by the voters, do you fabor authorizing the School Board to add a synthetic athletic field and track to the Project, and to issue additional Project bonds or notes in an amount not to exceed $1,718,894, such that the toal debt issued by the school Board for the Project shall not exceed $16,356,903?
Yes 1,776 38.87%
No 2,793 61.13%
Scarborough
Scarborough Town Council
3-year term
Jean Marie Caterina 2,065 29.79%
William J. Donovan 2,177 31.41%
Carol S. Rancourt 1,208 17.43%
Judith L. Roy 1,482 21.38%
Scarborough Board of Education
3-year term
John W. Cole 1,834 28%
Jane S. Leng 2,522 38.51%
Jodi L. Shea 2,193 33.49%
Scarborough Sanitary Trustee
3-year term
Seth W. Garrison 1,942 33.47%
David J. Nelson 2,127 36.66%
Herbert A. Waldron 1,733 29.87%
Scarborough Water Trustee
5-year-term
Seth W. Garrison 1,949 61.15%
Robert A. McSorley 1,238 38.85%
Bucksport
Bucksport Town Council
Vote for two for a 3-year term
Robert A. Howard 364 25.91%
David G. Keene 589 41.92%
Byron F. Vinton 452 32.17%
Bucksport RSU 25 School Committee
Write-in 0 0%
Sabattus
Sabattus Selectman, Assessor & Overseer of the Poor
Vote for two for a 3-year term
Mark R. Duquette 348 23.58%
Leslie E. Gibson 304 20.6%
Andre N. Marquis 172 11.65%
David N. Marsters 52 3.52%
Gregory W. Provost 204 13.82%
Donald G. Therrien 396 26.83%
Sabattus RSU 4 Director
3-year term
Linwood A. Bailey 151 20.49%
Bradlee O. Lemay 180 24.42%
Nancy L. Provost 406 55.09%
Cape Elizabeth
Cape Elizabeth Town Council
Vote for two for a 3-year term
Caitlin R. Jordan 1,352 32.78%
Imad B. Khalidi 1,324 32.1%
Martha Macauslan 1,448 35.11%
Cape Elizabeth School Board
Vote for two for a 3-year term
William H. Gross 1,188 30.43%
Susana Measelle Hubbs 1,275 32.66%
Michael C. Moore 1,441 36.91%
Saco
Saco Mayor
2-year term
Donald E. Pilon 2,000 52.65%
David L. Tripp 1,799 47.35%
Saco Question No. 1
Do you favor the withdrawal of the City of Saco from the RSU 23 subject to the terms and conditions of the Withdrawal Agreement dated August 1, 2013?
Yes 2,996 75.41%
No 977 24.59%
Saco RSU 23 Board
Vote for two for a 4-year term
Daniel C. Cabral 842 13.17%
David J. Labbe 1,823 28.52%
Kevin R. Lafortune 1,426 22.31%
Stanley W. Mozden 485 7.59%
Margarita I. Zavala 1,816 28.41%
Saco Council, Ward 1
2-year term
Cynthia L. Chadwick-Granger 233 33.33%
Margaret E. Mills 219 31.33%
David A. Precourt 247 35.34%
Saco Warden, Ward 1
Cassette Robert 7 100%
Saco Ward Clerk, Ward 1
0 0%
Saco Council, Ward 2
2-year term
Roger B. Gay 281 47.63%
Leslie E. Smith 309 52.37%
Saco Warden, Ward 2
Chase George 28 100%
Saco Ward Clerk, Ward 2
Gloria Marquis 25 100%
Saco Warden, Ward 3
Russell William 33 100%
Saco Ward Clerk, Ward 3
Hoyle William 24 100%
Saco Council, Ward 4
2-year term
Philip L. Blood 350 48.54%
Kevin M. Roche 371 51.46%
Saco Warden, Ward 4
Cook Marianne 47 100%
Saco Ward Clerk, Ward 4
0 0%
Saco Warden, Ward 5
Villemaire Daniel 26 100%
Saco Ward Clerk, Ward 5
Boudreau Elsie 18 100%
Saco Ward Clerk, Ward 6
Morrison Margaret 25 100%
Saco Council, Ward 7
2-year term
Nathan D. Johnson 178 50.28%
Marston D. Lovell 176 49.72%
Saco Warden, Ward 7
0 0%
Saco Ward Clerk, Ward 7
0 0%
Caribou
Caribou Councilor, 3-year term
3-year term
James T. Cerrato 423 23.04%
David A. Martin 713 38.83%
Joan L. Theriault 700 38.13%
Caribou Councilor, 1-year term
1-year term
Shane Michael McDougall 467 27.45%
Norma B. Milton 458 26.93%
Carol A. Pierson 776 45.62%
Caribou RSU 39
3-year term
Philip J. McDonough 279 25.83%
Tanya L. Sleeper 423 39.17%
Miles R. Williams 378 35%
Caribou Charter Amendment No. 1
Yes 929 84.76%
No 167 15.24%
Caribou Charter Amendment No. 2
Yes 823 75.09%
No 273 24.91%
Caribou Charter Amendment No. 3
Yes 435 39.33%
No 671 60.67%
Dexter
Dexter Councilor
Vote for three for a 3-year term
Ronald Apel 306 17.34%
Sharon Grant 373 21.13%
Peter Haskell 211 11.95%
David Palmer 256 14.5%
Mark Robichaud 344 19.49%
Alan Wintle 275 15.58%
Dexter SAD 46 Directors
Vote for two for a 3-year term
Rebecca MacDonald 520 49.2%
Stephanie Watson 537 50.8%
Dexter Charter Commission Members
Vote for no more than 6
Anita Colomy 456 16.12%
Dana Cronin 449 15.87%
Jill Jones 499 17.64%
Tina Santos 485 17.14%
Karen Sleight 476 16.83%
Linda Tisdale 464 16.4%
Dexter Utility District Trustee
1-year term
0 0%
Dexter HAD No. 4 Hospital Board Trustee
3-year term
0 0%
Dexter Municipal Referendum 1
Shall a charter commission be established for the purpose of revising the municipal charter?
Yes 361 62.35%
No 218 37.65%
E. Milllinocket
E. Millinocket Selectmen
Vote for two for a 3-year term
William D. Brunette 121 13.24%
Jeff C. DeWitt 61 6.67%
Mark E. Marston 176 19.26%
Kelley J. Michaud 232 25.38%
Philippe V. Page 134 14.66%
Normal J. Thompson 124 13.57%
Seth T. Whitmer 66 7.22%
Ellsworth
Ellsworth City Council
Vote for three for a 3-year term
Marc S. Blanchette 1,330 30.89%
Gary M. Fortier 1,597 37.09%
Pamela M. Perkins 1,379 32.03%
Ellsworth RSU 24 Director
1-year term
Springer Douglas 29 100%
Ellsworth Municipal Referendum 1
Do you favor the withdrawal of the City of Ellsworth from RSU 24 subject to the terms and conditions of the Withdrawal Agreement dated March 21, 2013?
Yes 1,679 79.27%
No 439 20.73%
Fairfield
Fairfield Town Council
Vote for two for a 3-year term
Richard L. Letourneau 470 35.61%
Harold J. Murray 384 29.09%
Aaron B. Rowden 466 35.3%
Fairfield MSAD No. 49
Vote for two for a 3-year term
F. Stewart Kinley 631 50.81%
Arel C. Spaudling 611 49.19%
Freeport
Freeport RSU 5 Board of Directors
Vote for two for a 3-year term
0 0%
Peter M. Murray 1,825 50.71%
Valeria M. Steverlynck 1,774 49.29%
Freeport Sewer District Trustee
Vote for two for a 3-year term
0 0%
Thomas J. Hudak 1,802 49.94%
Garrett N. Simmons 1,806 50.06%
Freeport Water District Trustee
3-year term
Michael J. Ashby 994 64.88%
John D. Karp 538 35.12%
South Portland
South Portland City Council at Large
Vote for two for a three-year term
Maxine R. Beecher 3,761 28.33%
Thomas E. Blake 3,900 29.37%
Richard T. Matthews 3,340 25.15%
Carol G. Thorne 2,277 17.15%
South Portland Board of Education
3-year term
Richard L. Carter 4,097 61.56%
Eugene R. Swiger 2,558 38.44%
South Portland Bond Question
Shall the City of South Portland incur indebtedness by the issuance of general obligation bonds in the principal amount of $14 million to fund the construction and equipping of a Municipal Services Facility?
Yes 4,858 57.87%
No 3,536 42.13%
South Portland Citizen Referendum
Are you in favor of a citizen-initiated proposed ordinance entitled "Waterfront Protection Ordinance" to restrict the expansion of petroleum storage or handling facilities on the waterfront?
Yes 4,261 48.84%
No 4,463 51.16%
Gorham
Gorham Town Council
Vote for no more than three
Forrest B. Genthner 963 15.53%
Benjamin E. Hartwell 1,251 20.18%
James D. Means 1,221 19.69%
Matthew J. Robinson 1,280 20.65%
Bruce R. Roullard 1,485 23.95%
Gorham School Committee
Vote for no more than two
Kyle R. Bailey 1,371 31.66%
Kyle P. Currier 1,117 25.8%
John Hamilton Doyle 1,218 28.13%
Pamela A. Irish 624 14.41%
Hampden
Hampden Councilor At Large
Katherine Meryweather Cavness 157 10.64%
David C. King 657 44.51%
Gregory J. Sirois 662 44.85%
Hampden RSU 22 Director
Cindy J. Mitchell 1,008 52.34%
Amanda L. Sidell 918 47.66%
Hampden Trustee Hampden Water District
Robert Lawless 32 100%
Hampden Article No. 1
Shall the Charter amendment on Vacancies; Forfeiture of Office; and Filling of Vacancies be approved?
Yes 1,190 81.79%
No 265 18.21%
Hampden Article No. 2
Shall the charter amendment on Conduct of Elections be approved?
Yes 1,265 88.9%
No 158 11.1%
Hampden Article No. 3
Shall the Charter amendment on Officials Nominated and Elected be approved?
Yes 1,296 89.81%
No 147 10.19%
Hampden Article No. 4
Shall the Charter amendment on Election Provisions be approved?
Yes 1,247 88.06%
No 169 11.94%
Hampden Article No. 5
Shall the ordinance authorizing appropriation and borrowing of funds to finance various serwer projects be approved?
Yes 935 64.66%
No 511 35.34%
Southwest Harbor
Southwest Harbor Ordinance
Shall an ordinance entitled "Southwest Harbor Land Use Ordinance" be amended?
Yes 208 58.59%
No 147 41.41%
West Bath
West Bath Question No. 1
Shall the Town allow the West Bath Land Use Ordinance be amended by a majority vote at both the Annual and Budget Town Meetings.
Yes 260 60.47%
No 170 39.53%
Westbrook
Westbrook Mayor
Colleen Hilton 1,872 53.15%
Ernest Porell 422 11.98%
James Tranchemontagne 1,228 34.87%
Westbrook Councilor at-large
2-year term
Veronica L. Bates 1,469 44.54%
John Bradley O'Hara 1,829 55.46%
Westbrook Councilor, District 2
Victor Chau 426 70.65%
Matt Maloney 177 29.35%
Wiscasset
Wiscasset Question 1
Do you favor the withdrawal of the Town of Wiscasset from RSU 12 subject to the terms and conditions of the Withdrawal Agreement dated May 9, 2013?
Yes 613 68.65%
No 280 31.35%
Wiscasset Question 2
Should the town borrow money to pay for the cost of the withdrawal? If yes, vote no on Question 3.
Yes 522 61.27%
No 330 38.73%
Wiscasset Question 3
Should the town withdraw money from the reserve fund to pay for the withdrawal from RSU 12? If yes, vote no on Question 2.
Yes 279 33.21%
No 561 66.79%
Wiscasset Question 4
To see if the Town will vote to approve capital improvement projects consisting of force main replacements, interceptor improvements and pump station upgrades
Yes 492 57.01%
No 371 42.99%
Harpswell
Harpswell Article No. 2
To see if the town will vote to appropriate the sum of $85,000 from unassigned fund balance for the acquisition of property from Dain Allen at Lookout Point Road.
Yes 806 70.09%
No 344 29.91%
Harpswell Article 2
To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of $85,000 from unassigned fund balance for the acqusition of property from Dain Allen at Lookout Point Rd.
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
Kennebunk
Kennebunk Article No. 3
Shall an ordinance entitled "2013 Amendments to the Town's Zoning Ordinance to Adopt Changes to Article 10, Section 17 "Motels, Hotels and Inns" be enacted?
Yes 1,061 67.37%
No 514 32.63%
Kennebunk Article No. 4
Shall an ordinance entitle "2013 Amendments to the Town's Zoning Ordinance to Adopt Changes to the Ordinance Creating Design Review Standards for the Surburban Commercial, York Street Mixed Residential and Commercial Use, Portland Road Mixed Use, Business park and Branch Brook B-BPA Zoning Districts" be enacted?
Yes 1,159 71.06%
No 472 28.94%
Kennebunk Article No. 5
To see if the Town will vote to accept conservation easement enforcement rights from the Kennebunk Land Trust on the "Spiller Drive" parcel (Mar 049, Lot 027), pursuant to certain written declarations, copies of which are currently available in the Town Assessor's office and that are to be approved by the Board of Selectmen, where such enforcement rights do not obligate the Town to act unless the Board of Selectmen elects to do so.
Yes 1,289 78.36%
No 356 21.64%
Kittery
Kittery Town Council
Vote for two for a 3-year term
Gary E. Beers 460 14.86%
Charles H. Denault 585 18.9%
George V. Dow 584 18.86%
Robert D. Harris 224 7.24%
William C. Peirce 334 10.79%
Russell B. White 909 29.36%
Kittery School Committee
Vote for three for a 3-year term
Gavin Barbour 1,131 33.42%
Kimberly B. Bedard 1,165 34.43%
Julie D. Dow 1,088 32.15%
Kittery Referendum No. 1
Shall the Town of Kittery amend the charter to correct a reference to another section of the charter?
Yes 1,170 90.98%
No 116 9.02%
Kittery Referendum No. 2
Shall the Town of Kittery amend the charter to allow the school committee to subpoena members of the school committee at school committee meetings?
Yes 1,399 88.1%
No 189 11.9%
Kittery Referendum No. 3
Shall the Town of Kittery amend the charter to allow the finance department an extra 30 days to review the budget after the close of the fiscal year?
Yes 1,352 84.55%
No 247 15.45%
* Number of registered voters as of Oct. 12, 2012, 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 president.