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2014 Primary Election results for Maine

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80,716 of 960,850 registered voters participating. 97% of precincts reporting (559 of 578)
U.S. Senate
U.S. Senate - R
Erick Bennett (R) 858 1.61%
Susan M. Collins (R) 52,340 98.39%
U.S. House
U.S. House District 2 - D
Emily Ann Cain (D) 19,517 70.92%
Troy Dale Jackson (D) 8,001 29.08%
U.S. House District 2 - R
Bruce Poliquin (R) 19,318 56.23%
Kevin L. Raye (R) 15,035 43.77%
Maine Senate
Maine Senate District 4 - R
Paul T. Davis (R) 1,726 57.57%
Douglas A. Thomas (R) 1,272 42.43%
Maine Senate District 5 - D
Herbert E. Clark (D) 719 38.41%
James Frederick Dill (D) 1,153 61.59%
Maine Senate District 14 - D
David W. Bustin (D) 1,440 74.96%
Louis T. Sigel (D) 481 25.04%
Maine Senate District 25 - D
Catherine Breen (D) 2,141 67.8%
Stephen M. Woods (D) 1,017 32.2%
Maine Senate District 33 - D
Andrea M. Boland (D) 788 49.68%
John L. Tuttle (D) 798 50.32%
Maine House
Maine House District 7 - R
Robert A. Foley (R) 420 77.21%
Peter William Leon (R) 124 22.79%
Maine House District 11 - D
Ryan M. Fecteau (D) 493 65.21%
David C. Flood (D) 263 34.79%
Maine House District 17 - R
Dwayne W. Prescott (R) 156 52.7%
David Woodsome (R) 140 47.3%
Maine House District 20 - R
Karen A. Gerrish (R) 310 59.96%
Harrison Thorp (R) 207 40.04%
Maine House District 33 - D
Rosemarie DeAngelis (D) 140 71.79%
Timothy Gregory Smith (D) 55 28.21%
Maine House District 35 - D
Dillon Bates (D) 325 60.98%
Suzanne M. Salisbury (D) 208 39.02%
Maine House District 45 - R
Joseph F. Kumiszcza (R) 162 29.4%
Michael J. Timmons (R) 389 70.6%
Maine House District 50 - D
Jacqueline A. Sartoris (D) 432 49.48%
Ralph L. Tucker (D) 441 50.52%
Maine House District 54 - R
Susan L. Dolan (R) 46 13.49%
Kim J. Talbot (R) 295 86.51%
Maine House District 55 - R
Dean Owen Beckwith (R) 57 20%
Brian D. Hobart (R) 228 80%
Maine House District 79 - R
Robert Allen MacFarland (R) 206 43.74%
Timothy S. Theriault (R) 265 56.26%
Maine House District 82 - R
Randall A. Greenwood (R) 335 57.26%
Timothy A. McDonald (R) 250 42.74%
Maine House District 83 - R
Curtis C. Ayotte (R) 229 63.61%
Scott Douglas Williams (R) 131 36.39%
Maine House District 85 - D
Rebecca A. Cornell du Houx (D) 249 42.42%
Donna R. Doore (D) 338 57.58%
Maine House District 97 - R
Benjamin L. Bryant (R) 213 71%
Thomas Richard Burpee (R) 87 29%
Maine House District 105 - R
Dwayne A. Littlefield (R) 339 34.52%
Joel R. Stetkis (R) 643 65.48%
Maine House District 122 - D
Michelle Ann Dunphy (D) 248 63.43%
Edward S. Spencer (U) 143 36.57%
Maine House District 125 - R
Gary E. Capehart (R) 181 59.15%
Katrin Teel (R) 125 40.85%
Maine House District 133 - D
Ralph Chapman (D) 602 80.27%
David A. Guarente (D) 148 19.73%
Maine House District 140 - D
Harold R. Clark (D) 183 60.4%
Albion D. Goodwin (D) 120 39.6%
Maine House District 148 - D
N. Michael Blier (D) 144 47.68%
Alan D. Whittemore (D) 158 52.32%
Judge of Probate
Hancock County Judge of Probate - R
William Bradley Blaisdell (R) 2,864 73.47%
Ferdinand A. Slater (R) 1,034 26.53%
County Treasurer
Washington County Treasurer - R
Judith A. Alexander (R) 885 43.66%
Jill C. Holmes (R) 1,142 56.34%
Sheriff
Cumberland County Sheriff - D
Michael T. Edes (D) 6,588 41.5%
Kevin Jay Joyce (D) 9,288 58.5%
Hancock County Sheriff - R
Alan R. Brown (R) 2,066 47.95%
Scott A. Kane (R) 2,243 52.05%
Washington County Sheriff - R
Barry A. Curtis (R) 1,446 71.06%
Dale E. Earle 589 28.94%
York County Sheriff - D
William Louis King (D) 3,948 49.72%
Dana Paul Lajoie (D) 2,147 27.04%
Paul E. Main (D) 1,846 23.25%
District Attorney
District Attorney District 7 - R
Paul F. Cavanaugh (R) 2,581 43.22%
Matthew J. Foster (R) 3,391 56.78%
District Attorney District 7 - D
William B. Entwisle (D) 2,216 56.03%
Steven A. Juskewitch (R) 1,739 43.97%
County Commissioner
Androscoggin County Commissioner District 2 - D
Samuel J. Chamberlain (D) 333 62.95%
Walter Hill (D) 196 37.05%
Waldo County Commissioner District 1 - R
Donald P. Berry (R) 335 53.6%
Owen R. Smith (R) 290 46.4%
AOS 66
AOS 66 School Budget Validation
Yes 145 37.08%
No 246 62.92%
AOS 92
AOS 92 School Budget Validation
Yes 506 80.32%
No 124 19.68%
AOS 93
AOS 93 School Budget Validation
Yes 478 67.8%
No 227 32.2%
AOS 98
AOS 98 School Budget Validation
Yes 41 87.23%
No 6 12.77%
Five Town CSD
Five Town CSD School Budget Validation
Yes 1,167 75.98%
No 369 24.02%
MSAD 27
MSAD 27 School Budget Validation
Yes 522 57.49%
No 386 42.51%
RSU 01
RSU 01 School Budget Validation
Yes 861 72.05%
No 334 27.95%
RSU 02
RSU 02 Bond
Yes 380 82.25%
No 82 17.75%
RSU 02 School Budget Validation
Yes 1,381 61.71%
No 857 38.29%
RSU 05
RSU 05 School Budget Validation
Yes 1,264 58.2%
No 908 41.8%
RSU 06 / MSAD 06
RSU 06 / MSAD 06 School Budget Validation
Yes 1,814 60.85%
No 1,167 39.15%
RSU 09
RSU 09 School Budget Validation
Yes 1,308 60.56%
No 852 39.44%
RSU 10
RSU 10 School Budget Validation
Yes 925 61.91%
No 569 38.09%
RSU 12
RSU 12 School Budget Validation
Yes 121 68.75%
No 55 31.25%
RSU 11 / MSAD 11
RSU 11 / MSAD 11 School Budget Validation
Yes 967 66.74%
No 482 33.26%
RSU 13
RSU 13 School Budget Validation
Yes 733 59.21%
No 505 40.79%
RSU 14
RSU 14 School Budget Validation
Yes 434 58.02%
No 314 41.98%
RSU 19
RSU 19 School Budget Validation
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
RSU 17 / MSAD 17
RSU 17 / MSAD 17 School Budget Validation
Yes 1,401 67.58%
No 672 32.42%
RSU 20
RSU 20 School Budget Validation
Yes 1,159 61%
No 741 39%
RSU 21
RSU 21 School Budget Validation
Yes 2,131 65.49%
No 1,123 34.51%
RSU 22
RSU 22 School Budget Validation
Yes 1,161 65.82%
No 603 34.18%
RSU 23
RSU 23 School Budget Validation
Yes 1,379 64.17%
No 770 35.83%
RSU 24
RSU 24 School Budget Validation
Yes 2,077 76.61%
No 634 23.39%
RSU 25
RSU 25 School Budget Validation
Yes 787 75.31%
No 258 24.69%
RSU 26
RSU 26 School Budget Validation
Yes 470 87.85%
No 65 12.15%
RSU 28 / MSAD 28
RSU 28 / MSAD 28 School Budget Validation
Yes 637 79.53%
No 164 20.47%
RSU 29 / MSAD 29
RSU 29 / MSAD 29 School Budget Validation
Yes 318 41.41%
No 450 58.59%
RSU 34
RSU 34 School Budget Validation
Yes 697 79.29%
No 182 20.71%
RSU 35 / MSAD 35
RSU 35 / MSAD 35 School Budget Validation
Yes 1,081 65.04%
No 581 34.96%
RSU 37 / MSAD 37
RSU 37 / MSAD 37 School Budget Validation
Yes 427 73.24%
No 156 26.76%
RSU 40 / MSAD 40
RSU 40 / MSAD 40 School Budget Validation
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
RSU 49 / MSAD 49
RSU 49 / MSAD 49 School Budget Validation
Yes 896 63.55%
No 514 36.45%
RSU 51 / MSAD 51
RSU 51 / MSAD 51 School Budget Validation
Yes 1,003 61.69%
No 623 38.31%
RSU 53 / MSAD 53
RSU 53 / MSAD 53 School Budget Validation
Yes 92 58.6%
No 65 41.4%
RSU 59 / MSAD 59
RSU 59 / MSAD 59 School Budget Validation
Yes 430 53.28%
No 377 46.72%
RSU 63 / MSAD 63
RSU 63 / MSAD 63 School Budget Validation
Yes 817 67.3%
No 397 32.7%
RSU 67
RSU 67 School Budget Validation
Yes 404 61.4%
No 254 38.6%
RSU 68 / MSAD 68
RSU 68 / MSAD 68 School Budget Validation
Yes 715 70.51%
No 299 29.49%
RSU 75 / MSAD 75
RSU 75 / MSAD 75 School Budget Validation
Yes 1,270 74.4%
No 437 25.6%
Wells Ogunquit CSD
Wells Ogunquit CSD Budget Validation
Yes 1,189 74.08%
No 416 25.92%
Auburn
Auburn Joint Charter Commissioner
Vote for three
Michael Gary Beaulieu (R) 1,225 20.3%
Alfreda M. Fournier 852 14.12%
Holly C. Lasagna 1,048 17.37%
Charles A. Morrison 1,301 21.56%
Verne E. Paradie 1,042 17.27%
John T. Spruill 565 9.37%
Augusta
Augusta Referendum Question 1
Shall (1) no more than $8 million be borrowed for a renovated and expanded Lithgow Library, which will be matched with $2 million and (2) $7.59 million be borrowed for refinancing of the City's taxable Pension Obligation Bonds.
Yes 2,142 81.91%
No 473 18.09%
Bangor
Bangor School Budget Validation
Yes 2,051 65.49%
No 1,081 34.51%
Bar Harbor
Bar Harbor Town Council (3-year)
Vote for three
Burt O. Barker 551 21.61%
Joseph T. Burton 262 10.27%
Jefferson G. Dobbs 388 15.22%
Anne R. Greenlee 517 20.27%
J. Clark Stivers 454 17.8%
Christopher R. Walsh 378 14.82%
Bar Harbor Superintending School Committee
Vote for two
Robin S. Tapley 632 50.76%
Ronald J. Wrobel 613 49.24%
Berwick
Berwick Referendum Question 1
Vote to re-appropriate $20,000 originally appropriated to the Water District account, to demolish an old, un-used water treatment plant.
Yes 216 81.2%
No 50 18.8%
Biddeford
Biddeford School Budget Validation
Yes 1,012 57.66%
No 743 42.34%
Biddeford School Budget Validation No. 2
Too High 949 55.96%
Too Low 747 44.04%
Bradley
Bradley Article 1
Shall the Town appropriate the total sum of $960,556 in the General Budget for the operation of the Town's municipal government (excluding schools) for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015?
Yes 120 78.95%
No 32 21.05%
Bradley Article 2
Shall the Town fund the General Budget for the operation of the Town's municipal government (excluding schools) for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015 as follows? Estimated Revenue's $399,200; Transfer from Reserve Accounts $169,850; Raised from Property Taxes $391,506
Yes 124 82.12%
No 27 17.88%
Bradley Article 3
Shall the Town authorize the Town Council on behalf of the Town, to apply for, accept and expend grants or other funds from State, Federal and other sources to support the municipal function, operation or improvement, in addition to the amounts, raised and appropriated in the General Budget?
Yes 131 86.18%
No 21 13.82%
Bradley Town Selectmen
Mark Ketch 112 53.08%
Amanda Lankist 99 46.92%
Brewer
Brewer School Budget Validation
Yes 695 71.65%
No 275 28.35%
Bridgton
Bridgton Referendum Question 1
Vote to enact "Town of Bridgton Affordable Housing Local Preference Ordinance."
Yes 535 61.99%
No 328 38.01%
Bridgton Referendum Question 2
Vote to enact "Town of Bridgton Fire Protection Ordinance for Subdivisions only."
Yes 438 51.83%
No 407 48.17%
Bridgton Referendum Question 3
Vote to enact "June 10, 2014 Amendments to the Town of Bridgton Alarm Systems Ordinance."
Yes 450 55.28%
No 364 44.72%
Bridgton Referendum Question 4
Vote to enact "June 10, 2014 Amendments to the Town of Bridgton Bear River Aquifer Protection Ordinance."
Yes 559 67.19%
No 273 32.81%
Bridgton Referendum Question 5
Vote to enact "June 10, 2014 Amendments to the Town of Bridgton Sign Ordinance."
Yes 442 51.34%
No 419 48.66%
Bridgton Referendum Question 6
Vote to enact "June 10, 2014 Amendments to the Town of Bridgton Site Plan Review Ordinance."
Yes 507 63.22%
No 295 36.78%
Bridgton Referendum Question 7
Vote to enact "June 10, 2014 Amendments to the Town of Bridgton Shoreland Zoning Ordinance."
Yes 481 58.87%
No 336 41.13%
Bridgton Referendum Question 8
Vote to enact "June 10, 2014 Amendments to the Town of Bridgton Willis Brook Aquifer Ordinance."
Yes 524 64.29%
No 291 35.71%
Bridgton Referendum Question 9
Vote to enact Town Hall Ordinance which will prohibit town from using money for anything other than normal or emergency repairs for Town Hall. This money will go to other town needs.
Yes 380 40.86%
No 550 59.14%
Bridgton Referendum Question 10
Vote to amend Section VII of the Town of Bridgton Tower Ordinance.
Yes 644 71.08%
No 262 28.92%
Bridgton MSAD 61 Director (1-year)
Vote for one
Charles Peter Mortenson 250 30.94%
Karla J. Swanson-Murphy 558 69.06%
Bridgton MSAD 61 Director (3-year)
Vote for one
Cynthia B. LeBlanc 447 55.74%
Lee Martel-Bearse 355 44.26%
Bridgton Selectman/Assessor/Overseer of poor
Vote for two
Paul E. Hoyt 553 48.81%
Bernard King 580 51.19%
Brunswick
Brunswick School Budget Validation
Yes 1,513 65.58%
No 794 34.42%
Clifton
Clifton Wind Farm Referendum
Yes 177 43.49%
No 230 56.51%
Cumberland
Cumberland MSAD 51 Board of Directors - 1
Vote for one
Vickie Bell 804 72.43%
Timothy Ferris 306 27.57%
Cumberland MSAD 51 Board of Directors - 2
Vote for two
Leo E. Paquin 464 26.67%
John Simpson 541 31.09%
Peter Wilson 735 42.24%
Damariscotta
Damariscotta Board of Selectmen
Vote for two
James Cosgrove 99 50.51%
George Parker 97 49.49%
Dover-Foxcroft
Dover-Foxcroft Referendum Article 2
Vote to appropriate $1,604,390 in revenue and $200,000 from surplus (total of $1,804,390) to reduce amounts to be raised from property tax commitment to fund appropriations in subsequent articles.
Yes 484 79.74%
No 123 20.26%
Dover-Foxcroft Referendum Article 3
Vote to raise and appropriate $3,760,600 for Town Operations (Up from $3,652,035 the previous year).
Yes 462 74.04%
No 162 25.96%
Dover-Foxcroft Referendum Article 4
Vote to raise and appropriate $158,750 to capital reserve to fund capital equipment (Up from $132,250 the previous year).
Yes 447 71.29%
No 180 28.71%
Dover-Foxcroft Referendum Article 5
Vote to raise and appropriate $49,000 to fund capital reserve to fund capital improvements to town buildings and facilities (down from $54,500 the previous year).
Yes 512 75.85%
No 163 24.15%
Dover-Foxcroft Referendum Article 6
Vote to use $87,000 recieved from State of Maine for capital improvements and maintenance of town roads with additional $13,000 for capital improvements and maintenance of town roads (total of $100,000, up from $96,670 the previous year).
Yes 597 87.28%
No 87 12.72%
Dover-Foxcroft Referendum Article 7
Vote to appropriate $741,030 from sewer department revenue to fund sewer operations (same as previous year).
Yes 564 83.06%
No 115 16.94%
Dover-Foxcroft Referendum Article 8
Vote to authorize the town to borrow no more than $795,237.99 by issuing general obligation bonds of the town to refinance outstanding amount due on bond issued to the United States of America in the amount of $850,000 and to authorize municipal officers to take any and all steps to accomplish refinancing.
Yes 502 75.6%
No 162 24.4%
Dover-Foxcroft Referendum Article 9
Vote to adopt amendments to Shoreland Zoning Ordinance.
Yes 340 57.05%
No 256 42.95%
Dover-Foxcroft Referendum Article 10
Vote to adopt amendments to ordinance entitled "Town of Dover-Foxcroft Land Use Ordinance - Creation of Article 5A Impact Fees."
Yes 294 49.66%
No 298 50.34%
Dover-Foxcroft Referendum Article 11
Vote to adopt amendments to ordinance entitled "Town of Dover-Foxcroft Land Use Ordinance Article 1 - Creation of a New Section 1.8A Contract Zoning."
Yes 298 51.47%
No 281 48.53%
Dover-Foxcroft Referendum Article 12
Vote to enact ordinance entitled "Town of Dover-Foxcroft Moratorium Ordinance Regarding Private Distribution Corridors to Include Paved Highways, Pipelines and High Tension Transmission Lines."
Yes 369 57.84%
No 269 42.16%
Dover-Foxcroft Selectman/Assessor/Overseer of poor
Elwood E. Edgerly 0 0%
Stephen Grammont 0 0%
Jeffrey S. Merchant 0 0%
Mary Merchant 0 0%
W. Ernie Thomas 0 0%
Dresden
Dresden Town Selectman
Vote for one
Dale W. Hinote 100 42.19%
Allan S. Moeller 137 57.81%
Eddington
Eddington Town Selectmen
Vote for two
Joan Brooks 154 24.72%
Mark Carreira 147 23.6%
Donn Goodwin 134 21.51%
Michael Shepherd 188 30.18%
Eliot
Eliot Referendum Question 1
Vote to modify and amend Route 236 Municipal Development and Tax Increment Finance District
Yes 515 45.78%
No 610 54.22%
Eliot Referendum Question 2
Vote to enact "Town of Eliot Drug Free Zone Ordinance"
Yes 849 77.11%
No 252 22.89%
Eliot Referendum Question 3
Vote to enact "Amendments to Chapter 44, Shoreland Zoning" ordinance and amendments to official Eliot Zoning Map of the Municipal Code of Ordinances to rezone wetlands.
Yes 538 50.85%
No 520 49.15%
Eliot Referendum Question 4
Vote to enact "Amendments to Ordinance Governing Boards, Commissions and Committees" ordinance.
Yes 565 59.29%
No 388 40.71%
Eliot Town Selectman and Overseer of the poor
Vote for two
Rebecca L. Davis 481 23.03%
LeRoy B. Dunkelberger 288 13.79%
Roland R. Fernald 530 25.37%
John J. Murphy 436 20.87%
Robert G. Pomerleau 354 16.95%
Falmouth
Falmouth Town Council
Vote for two
Caleb Hemphill 1,325 29.68%
Erin Mancini 791 17.72%
Charles McBrady 1,272 28.49%
Chris Orestis 1,077 24.12%
Falmouth School Board Member
Vote for three
Joshua Barrett 1,609 32.47%
Danielle B. Tracy 1,640 33.1%
Lucy Tucker 1,706 34.43%
Falmouth School Budget Validation
Yes 1,923 83.32%
No 385 16.68%
Farmington
Farmington Board of Selectman Member
Vote for one
Michael Fogg 323 52.01%
Matthew Smith 298 47.99%
Glenburn
Glenburn Town Council
John A. Caruso 263 47.05%
Richard W. Cookson 296 52.95%
Gorham
Gorham School Budget Validation
Yes 1,040 73.09%
No 383 26.91%
Hampden
Hampden Charter Article 1
Shall the town vote to ordain proposed Town Charter amendments that affect district boundaries?
Yes 895 85.16%
No 156 14.84%
Harpswell
Harpswell Municipal Question 1
To see if the town will appropriate the sum of $5,200 from unassigned fund balance to fulfill the town’s obligation for 2014 pursuant to the easement deed it recently acquired from Jonathan and Rachel Aspatore for property on Bailey Island.
Yes 585 78%
No 165 22%
Hermon
Hermon Town Council
Vote for two
Donna Ellis 311 32.4%
Ann Freeman 387 40.31%
Donna Pulver 262 27.29%
Hermon School Committee Member
Vote for one
Ralph Carr 390 67.47%
Ted Harris 188 32.53%
Hermon School Budget Validation
Yes 483 79.7%
No 123 20.3%
Holden
Holden Town Council
Robert Harvey 343 50.52%
Ralph McLeod 336 49.48%
Holden SAD 63 Board Member (3-year)
Vote for one
Christopher Galinski 181 50.7%
John Gautschi 176 49.3%
Kennebunk
Kennebunk Selectman
Vote for no more than two
Debra A. Beal 0 0%
Christopher Cluff 1,213 56.52%
William A. Ward Jr. 933 43.48%
Kennebunk Town Clerk
Vote for no more than one
Sharon A. Monahan 642 48.82%
Joanna M. Moran 673 51.18%
Kennebunk Referendum Question 1
Will the Town appropriate up to $11,329,674 for General Government Services, Public Safety, Public Services and Debt Services?
Yes 1,714 75.31%
No 562 24.69%
Kennebunk Referendum Question 2
Will the Town transfer up to $850,000 from the unassigned general fund to purchase capital equipment and vehicles?
Yes 1,814 79.67%
No 463 20.33%
Kennebunk Referendum Question 3
Will the town approve general obligation bond borrowings, short-term note borrowings, or lease/purchase agreements for up to $2.221 million for financing road paving and improvement, Beach Ave. drainage project, Lower Village Park improvements, Town parking lot repaving, seasonal train-stop platform and parking, an ambulance, Public Works vehicles and equipment and a Recreation bus?
Yes 1,488 71.16%
No 603 28.84%
Kennebunk Referendum Question 4
Will the town transfer up to $81,000 from unassigned general fund to pay for overages of Public Service?
Yes 1,785 84.04%
No 339 15.96%
Kennebunk Referendum Question 5
To Enact an ordinance titled '2014 Amendments to the Harbor Ordinance'
Yes 1,609 79.65%
No 411 20.35%
Kennebunk Referendum Question 6
To authorize the Board of Directors to accept enforcement rights created by 'Declaration of Protective Covenants and Restrictions - Property of Kennebunk Land Trust'
Yes 1,774 80.16%
No 439 19.84%
Kennebunk Referendum Question 7
To enact an ordinance titled '2014 Amendments to the Town's zoning Ordinance to Adopt Changes to Article 10, Section 9 "Off Street Parking"'
Yes 1,284 61.97%
No 788 38.03%
Kennebunk Referendum Question 8
To authorize the Board of Directors to sell Route One South Rest Area and see proposals for the land.
Yes 1,708 75.81%
No 545 24.19%
Kennebunk Referendum Question 9
To amend the Kennebec Zoning Ordinance by enacting Western Avenue Contract Zone and Contract Zoning Agreement Between Seagrass Law, LLC and town of Kennebunk
Yes 1,534 71.45%
No 613 28.55%
Kennebunk Referendum Question 10
Will the town authorize the Board of Directors to sell lot known as 'view area' to Kennebunk Light and Power District for $1?
Yes 1,999 88.14%
No 269 11.86%
Kennebunk RSU 21 Board of Directors
Vote for no more than two
Jeffrey Cole 1,294 38.92%
Arthur R. LeBlanc III 1,013 30.47%
Lionel Menard 1,018 30.62%
Kennebunk School Referendum Question
Will the town authorize RSU 21 Board of Directors to issue a maximum of $1,799,421 in bonds through state Revolving Renovation Fund Program for Priority 1 Health, Safety and Compliance repairs at Kennebeck High School, Kennebunkport High School and Mildred L. Day School?
Yes 1,326 57.55%
No 978 42.45%
Kittery
Kittery Referendum Article 2
Vote to authorize the Town Council to transfer up to $125,000 from unassigned funds to account #2022 Compensated Absences when necessary to pay for vacation and/or sick leave for retiring employees.
Yes 569 83.07%
No 116 16.93%
Kittery Referendum Article 3
Vote to authorize Town Council to transfer up to $25,000 when necessary from assigned funds to pay for cost on accepted insurance claims against the town.
Yes 584 85.26%
No 101 14.74%
Kittery Referendum Article 4
Vote to authorize Town Council to transfer up to $100,000 from unassigned funds when necessary to match federal, state and non-profit grants.
Yes 570 83.58%
No 112 16.42%
Kittery Referendum Article 5
Vote to authorize Town Council to transfer up to $40,000 from unassigned funds when necessary to account for short falls in fuel accounts due to changing fuel prices.
Yes 581 84.82%
No 104 15.18%
Kittery Referendum Article 6
Vote to authorize Town Council to transfer up to $40,000 from unassigned funds when necessary to provide for town's General Assistance Program.
Yes 551 84.64%
No 100 15.36%
Kittery Referendum Article 7
Vote to authorize the Town Council to transfer up to $50,000 to pay for emergency repairs and energy efficiency improvements for town owned facilities not under regular Fiscal Year 2015 budget.
Yes 539 82.67%
No 113 17.33%
Kittery School Budget Validation
Yes 551 81.15%
No 128 18.85%
Lewiston
Lewiston Joint Charter Commissioner
Vote for three
David B. Chittim 571 9.75%
Eugene G. Geiger 1,612 27.53%
Lucien B. Gosselin 1,428 24.39%
Richard A. Grandmaison 941 16.07%
Chantel R. Pettengil 987 16.86%
Charles A. Soule 316 5.4%
Lisbon
Lisbon Bond Question 1
Shall a bond order approved by the town council authorizing the issuance of general obligation securiteis of the town of Lisbon in an amount not to exceed $1,300,000 for the purpose of purchasing or constructing a replacement for the town of Lisbon’s public works facility, for a term not to exceed ten (10) years be approved and ratified?
Yes 833 43.75%
No 1,071 56.25%
Lisbon Bond Question 2
Order authorizing town of Lisbon to issue up to $5,700,000 in bonds for a new gymnasium and related irmpovements at Lisbon High School. Shall the order described above be adopted?
Yes 953 51.4%
No 901 48.6%
Lisbon Bond Question 3
Order authorizing town of Lisbon to issue up to $500,000 in bonds for a new track and related improvements at Lisbon High School. Shall the order described above be adopted?
Yes 943 50.81%
No 913 49.19%
Lisbon Charter Question 1
Number of signatures required to call for a special town meeting must be signed by at least 10 percent -- replaces 15 percent -- of the total number of qualified voters who cast votes for governor in the most recent gubernatorial election.
Yes 1,040 55.64%
No 829 44.36%
Lisbon Charter Question 2
Adds language to bring procedures used in state elections regardng the declaration of write-in candidates and tabulatino and reporting of results of votoing for write-n candidates, to e consistent with state elections procedures.
Yes 1,431 77.73%
No 410 22.27%
Lisbon School Budget Validation
Yes 1,245 66.65%
No 623 33.35%
Livermore Falls
Livermore Falls Town Selectboard/Assessor (2-year)
Vote for one
Jeffrey Bryant 0 0%
Mary Young 0 0%
Livermore Falls Town Selectboard/Assessor (3-year)
Vote for one
Ronald Chadwick 0 0%
William Demaray 0 0%
Madawaska
Madawaska Board of Selectman
Vote for two
Chad Carter 478 41.42%
Vincent Frallicciardia 381 33.02%
Jimmie Kigel 57 4.94%
Brenda Theriault 238 20.62%
Madawaska School Board Member (1-year)
Vote for two
tammy cote 154 20.9%
Beverly Madore 583 79.1%
Madawaska School Board Member (3-year)
Vote for two
David Morneault 445 47.95%
Keith Theriault 483 52.05%
Madison
Madison Board of Assessors
Vote for one
Douglas Denico 197 35.69%
Robert Hagopian 248 44.93%
Lewis Ouilette 107 19.38%
Madison SAD 59 Board of Directors (3-year
Vote for two
Kenneth Curtis 372 36.51%
Troy Emery 246 24.14%
Kristie LeBlanc 401 39.35%
Madison Office Selectman/Overseer of the poor
Vote for two
John Ducharme 330 32.74%
Michael Edgerly 282 27.98%
Brandon Hagopian 207 20.54%
Wayne Wallace 189 18.75%
Madison Madison Electronic Works Board of Directors
Vote for one
Brett Hagopian 133 31.07%
Dennis Wright 295 68.93%
Milford
Milford Town Council
Adam S. Kirkland (D) 221 47.53%
Diane Lacadie 244 52.47%
Milford School Board Member
Vote for two
Sherry Auger 58 9.57%
Armanda Day 205 33.83%
Gary Drinkwater 138 22.77%
Karen Sawyer 205 33.83%
Norway
Norway Town Selectman
Vote for one
William Damon 321 49.92%
Warren Sessions 322 50.08%
Norway Library Trustee
Vote for one
Patricia Brophy 352 54.32%
Christopher Miller 296 45.68%
Old Orchard Beach
Old Orchard Beach Referendum Question 1
Shall the Town Council be authorized to grant permanent easement located over the rear of Old Orchard Beach Historical Society to the Saco + Biddeford Savings Institution for a parking lot in exchange for public access, walkways and accessibility ramp for the Harmon Museam behind which the parking lot will be built?
Yes 515 51.55%
No 484 48.45%
Orrington
Orrington Town Council (1-year)
Vote for one
Kenneth Gilbert 75 30.24%
Charles Green 97 39.11%
Christopher Swanson 76 30.65%
Orrington Town Council (3-year)
Vote for two
Keith Bowden 216 55.24%
Mark Buongirno 47 12.02%
Allan Snell 128 32.74%
Orrington School Committee Member
Jennifer Long 167 47.58%
Glendron Rand 184 52.42%
Paris
Paris Town Selectmen
Vote for two
Janet A. Jamison 282 28.75%
Ryan E. Lorrain (R) 263 26.81%
Michael A. Risica 215 21.92%
Harry L. Sims 221 22.53%
Paris SAD 17 Directors
Vote for two
George F. Coffren 409 48.57%
Henry H. Raymond 433 51.43%
Paris Referendum Question 1
Vote to amend ordinance entitled "Sub Division Ordinance" as proposed.
Yes 341 70.02%
No 146 29.98%
Paris Paris Utility District Trustee
Vote for two
Matthew C. Dietrich 402 51.41%
Raymond H. Lussier 380 48.59%
Portland
Portland Municipal Question 1
Vote to make changes to city ordinances regarding Land Bank properties
Yes 4,888 51.49%
No 4,605 48.51%
Richmond
Richmond Board of Selectmen
Vote for two
Paul M. Adams 159 15.95%
Rose M. Beckwith 198 19.86%
Frederic W. Browne 117 11.74%
Michail Grizkewitsch 71 7.12%
O'Neil J. LaPlante 149 14.94%
Ryan R. Shea 134 13.44%
David D. Thompson 169 16.95%
Sanford
Sanford Bond Question 1
Shall Sanford authorize issuance of up to $1.5 million in bonds to finance and reimburse City for School Capital Improvement costs
Yes 880 60.94%
No 564 39.06%
Sanford Referendum Question 1
A procedure that allows for citizen petition to overrule actions of Council.
Yes 840 60.34%
No 552 39.66%
Sanford School Budget Validation
Yes 983 63.01%
No 577 36.99%
Sanford Municipal Budget Validation
Yes 969 62.4%
No 584 37.6%
Scarborough
Scarborough School Budget Validation
Yes 1,598 53.07%
No 1,413 46.93%
Skowhegan
Skowhegan RSU 54 Director
Vote for four
Mark A. Bedard 452 21.56%
Jeannie M. Conley 477 22.76%
Karyn J. Curran 456 21.76%
Margaret A. Lovejoy 394 18.8%
Alfred M. Wilson 317 15.12%
Skowhegan Town Selectman (1-year)
Vote for one
Thomas L. Batcheldor Sr. 91 9.42%
Jennifer E. Olsen 201 20.81%
Darla L. Pickett 277 28.67%
Soren B. Siren 234 24.22%
Steven L. Spaulding 120 12.42%
Tyler J. Tersegen 43 4.45%
Skowhegan Town Selectman (3-year)
Vote for one
Michelle L. Cummings 221 23.26%
Derek A. Ellis 151 15.89%
Robert A. Holt 28 2.95%
Richard E. Prentiss 107 11.26%
Donald L. Skillings (R) 443 46.63%
South Portland
South Portland School Budget Validation
Yes 1,127 68.01%
No 530 31.99%
Standish
Standish Town Council Area 4
Vote for one
William Orr 380 32.48%
Daniel J. Rudy 136 11.62%
John M. Sargent 654 55.9%
Standish Referendum Question 1
Vote to approve a capital expenditure of no more than $2,011,390, $1,301,270 of which will come from the town to fund infrastructure improvements and equipment for various departments.
Yes 540 43.17%
No 711 56.83%
Standish Town Council At Large
Vote for one
Adam N. Higgins 437 36.03%
Wayne S. Newbegin 590 48.64%
Eric M. Stanton 186 15.33%
Standish MSAD 6 Director At Large
Vote for one
Robert J. Deakin 445 39.1%
Todd R. Delaney 693 60.9%
Standish Budget Committee At Large (3-year)
Vote for two
Martha A. Hurd-Call 555 42.92%
Katherine L. Post 738 57.08%
Westbrook
Westbrook Zoning Question
Shall the previous Contract Zoning ordinance located between Westbrook Arterial and Stroudwater St. and corresponding Comprehensive plan be readopted, repealing the Gateway Commercial and Residential Growth Area 2 zones and corresponding Comprehensive Plan?
Yes 702 38.74%
No 1,110 61.26%
Westbrook Referendum Question 1
Should the City issue bonds for no more than $9 million to pay for construction of a Consolidated Public Services, School Transportation and Fleet Maintenance Facility?
Yes 1,082 59.35%
No 741 40.65%
Westbrook School Budget Validation
Yes 1,289 71.1%
No 524 28.9%
Winterport
Winterport Town Council
Vote for two
Philip Foley 224 27.93%
Corey Ginn 139 17.33%
Dallas Harriman 161 20.07%
Ann Ronco 278 34.66%
Wiscasset
Wiscasset Town Selectmen
Vote for three
William W. Barnes 306 21.72%
Judith R. Colby 283 20.09%
David R. Nichols 190 13.48%
Benjamin L. Rines 338 23.99%
Jefferson A. Slack 292 20.72%
Wiscasset School Budget Validation
Yes 300 51.11%
No 287 48.89%
Yarmouth
Yarmouth Town Councilor
Vote for three
Randall Bates 925 24.42%
Tamson Bickford-Hamrock 1,050 27.72%
Andrew Kittredge 1,061 28.01%
Robert Waeldner 752 19.85%
Yarmouth Water District Trustee
Vote for two
Irv Felker Jr. 1,180 50.45%
Susan Krauss 1,159 49.55%
Yarmouth School Committee Member
Vote for two
Margaret Groban 1,149 50.11%
Phil Jones 1,144 49.89%
Yarmouth School Budget Validation
Yes 1,187 79.88%
No 299 20.12%
* Number of registered voters as of June 6, 2014, from the Maine Secretary of State's Office.
** Number of participating voters is calculated based on the number of people voting in the Republican U.S. Senate primary and the Democratic 2nd District U.S. House primary.