Below are the results for the Town of South Thomaston from the July 14th vote.

We would very much like to thank everyone for working with us to host a safe election. Everyone who came to vote was very understanding of the spacing and sanitation requirements related to COVID-19, which was appreciated. We would also like to especially thank our Election Clerks and Town staff for their hard work over these long election day hours!

All the best, Team South Thomaston.

State Referendum Question #1: An Act To Authorize a General Fund Bond Issue for Infrastructure To Improve Transportation and Internet Connections

“Do you favor a $15,000,000 bond issue to invest in high-speed internet infrastructure for unserved and underserved areas, to be used to match up to $30,000,000 in federal, private, local or other funds?”

Yes Votes: 301          No Votes: 63          Blanks: 8

 

State Referendum Question #2: An Act To Authorize a General Fund Bond Issue for Infrastructure To Improve Transportation and Internet Connections

“Do you favor a $105,000,000 bond issue for improvement of highways and bridges statewide and for multimodal facilities or equipment related to transit, freight and passenger railroads, aviation, ports, harbors, marine transportation and active transportation projects, to be used to match an estimated $275,000,000 in federal and other funds?”

Yes Votes: 315        No Votes: 53          Blanks: 4

 

RSU 13 School Budget Referendum- There were 369 ballots submitted, the difference between the votes below and 369 were the number of “blanks” in that election.

Question 1- Yes Votes: 274      No Votes: 89

Question 2- Yes Votes: 246      No Votes: 77

Question 3- Yes Votes: 278      No Votes: 45

Question 4- Yes Votes: 260      No Votes: 60

 

Republican Primary Votes- There were 87 Republican ballots submitted, the difference between the votes below and 87 were the number of “blanks” in that election.

  • U.S. Senator, Susan Collins: 70
  • U.S. Senator, Amy Colter (declared write-in): 0
  • U.S. House of Representatives, Jay Allen: 61
  • Maine State Senate, Gordon Page: 80
  • Maine House of representatives, Karry Leparulo: 69
  • Register of Probate, Elaine Hallett: 80

Democratic Primary Votes- There were 245 Democratic ballots submitted, the difference between the votes below and 245 were the number of “blanks” in that election.

  • U.S. Senator-
    • Sara Gideon: 154
    • Betsy Sweet: 72
    • Bre Kidman: 11
  • U.S. House of Representatives, Chellie Pingree: 230
  • Maine State Senate, David Miramant: 215
  • Maine House of Representatives, Ann Matlack: 219