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2015 General Election results for Maine

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215,929 of 958,440 registered voters participating. 96% of precincts reporting (550 of 573)
Referendum Questions
Question 1: Clean Elections
Do you want to change Maine law to allow publicly financed state candidates to qualify for additional funds under certain limits and rules in the Maine Clean Election Act, to improve the disclosure of who pays for political ads, and to increase penalties for violations of campaign finance law?
550 of 573 precincts reporting.
Yes 118,794 55.02%
No 97,135 44.98%
Question 2: Low-income senior housing
Do you favor a $15,000,000 bond issue for the construction of new energy-efficient affordable homes for low-income seniors, the adaptive reuse of structures for homes for low-income seniors and the repair and weatherization of existing homes for low-income seniors, which will create jobs and will be matched by an estimated $22,600,000 in private and other funds?
550 of 573 precincts reporting.
Yes 149,993 69.33%
No 66,352 30.67%
Question 3: Transportation bond
Do you favor an $85,000,000 bond issue for construction, reconstruction and rehabilitation of highways and bridges and for facilities and equipment related to ports, harbors, marine transportation, freight and passenger railroads, aviation, transit and bicycle and pedestrian trails, to be used to match an estimated $121,500,000 in federal and other funds?
550 of 573 precincts reporting.
Yes 157,308 72.76%
No 58,892 27.24%
Maine House
Maine House District 19
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Victor E. DiGregorio (I) 110 6.74%
Matthew A. Harrington (R) 768 47.09%
Jean M. Noon (D) 753 46.17%
Maine House District 23
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Lynn D. Olson (D) 494 31.91%
Lester S. Ordway (R) 628 40.57%
Philip N. Pomerleau (I) 344 22.22%
Michael Wakefield (G) 71 4.59%
Christopher N. Finley — Official Write-In 11 0.71%
Piscataquis County
County Sheriff's Office
Shall the County of Piscataquis issue General Obligation Bonds in a principal amount not to exceed Six Hundred Ten Thousand Dollars ($610,000.00) to finance a public improvement project consisting of the construction of a new Piscataquis County Sheriff's Office building located at the intersection of East Main Street and School Street in Dover-Foxcroft, including the design work and all other expenses reasonably related thereto?
19 of 19 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,323 48.11%
No 1,427 51.89%
Androscoggin County
County Charter Amendment
Do you favor amending the Androscoggin County Charter, Article 3.7, Compensation, as follows: Add the following: "Notwithstanding the final authority of the Board of Commissioners over the adoption of the County budget under section 5.5.4, no increase in the salaries or expansion of benefits of elected officials is effective without the approval of a majority plus one vote of the full Budget Committee."
26 of 26 precincts reporting.
Yes 12,617 68.74%
No 5,737 31.26%
Five Town CSD
Five Town CSD Budget
1 of 5 precincts reporting.
Yes 195 67.94%
No 92 32.06%
RSU 63 / MSAD 63
RSU 63 / MSAD 63 Question 1
Shall RSU 63 withdraw from Alternative Organizational Structure 81 at the begining of the 2016-2017 fiscal year?
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Yes 637 60.96%
No 408 39.04%
Appleton
Appleton Referendum
Do you favor approving the district's amended school budget for the 2015-2016 school year?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 171 64.04%
No 96 35.96%
Ashland
Ashland School Board
Vote for two for 3-year terms.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Sherry Calhoun 90 49.18%
Lisa Martin 93 50.82%
Auburn
Auburn Mayor
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Jonathan P. LaBonte 2,605 57.88%
Peter D. Letourneau 1,896 42.12%
Auburn City Council Ward 1
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Matthew J. Leonard 293 37.56%
James F. Pross 487 62.44%
Auburn City Council At Large
Vote for two
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Grady R. Burns 1,902 27.96%
Belinda A. Gerry 1,461 21.48%
Robert C. Mennealy 1,149 16.89%
Robert A. Sevigny 624 9.17%
David C. Young 1,666 24.49%
Auburn School Committee At Large
Vote for two
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Brent M. Bilodeau 1,406 22.86%
John B. Carney 1,319 21.44%
Faith A. Fontaine 2,045 33.25%
Lawrence B. Pelletier 1,381 22.45%
Augusta
Augusta Bond Question
Do you favor borrowing money as authorized by City Council order No. 15-144 to provide an amount not to exceed $1,675,000 to pay costs of capital expenditures for the improvement of City streets, sidewalks and related facilities throughout the City?
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,708 76.52%
No 524 23.48%
Augusta School Board Ward 3
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
April M. Cusick 260 62.2%
Raymond G. Dostie 158 37.8%
Augusta School Board At Large
Vote for two.
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Tom Connors 1,458 49.83%
Laura Hamilton 1,468 50.17%
Bangor
Bangor City Council
Vote for three
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Gary E. Capehart 1,590 14.76%
Paul Thomas LeClair 645 5.99%
David Sawyer Nealley 1,770 16.43%
Sarah Ann Nichols 2,230 20.7%
William Davis Osmer 861 7.99%
Joseph C. Perry 2,071 19.22%
Megan Linmarie Shorette 1,606 14.91%
Bangor School Committee
Vote for two
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Jennifer Ann DeGroff 1,864 32.12%
Brian E. Doore 2,335 40.23%
David E. Sturm 1,605 27.65%
Belfast
Belfast Councilor Ward 3
Vote for one two year term
5 of 5 precincts reporting.
Ryan Harnden 631 39.86%
Eric Sanders 952 60.14%
Biddeford
Biddeford Mayor
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Alan M. Casavant 2,494 63.44%
Daniel G. Parenteau 1,437 36.56%
Biddeford Councilor Ward 1
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Kathleen E. Russell 233 40.59%
Michael J. Swanton 341 59.41%
Biddeford Councilor Ward 3
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Richard E. Rhames 339 41.85%
Stephen P. St. Cyr 471 58.15%
Biddeford Councilor Ward 4
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Terry R. Belanger 235 42.19%
Robert E. Quattrone Jr. 322 57.81%
Biddeford Councilor Ward 5
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Perry V. Aberle 38 10.89%
Nathan R. Bean 83 23.78%
Carol A. Boisjoly 29 8.31%
Bobby J. Mills 121 34.67%
Karl R. Reed Jr. 10 2.87%
Milton Truman 68 19.48%
Biddeford Councilor Ward 6
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Debra A. Lauzon 181 29.72%
Richard Laverriere 428 70.28%
Biddeford Councilor Ward 7
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Bernard A. Neveux 243 45.76%
Michael J. Ready 288 54.24%
Biddeford School Committee
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Dennis R. Anglea 2,292 10.84%
Crystal Blais 2,518 11.91%
Brianna J. Gilbert 2,203 10.42%
Anthony A. Michaud 2,620 12.39%
Heather M. Mills 2,211 10.46%
William W. Moriarty 1,756 8.3%
Timothy R. Pierce 1,824 8.63%
Karen S. Ruel 2,717 12.85%
Lisa M. Vadnais 3,003 14.2%
Biddeford Councilor at Large
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Melissa L. Bednarowski 948 13.9%
Marc P. Lessard 2,246 32.93%
Doris I. McAuliffe 757 11.1%
Laura A. Seaver 1,790 26.24%
Joanne T. Twomey 1,080 15.83%
Biddeford Charter Revision Committee Ward 4
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Dominic Deschambault 305 62.5%
Ronald D. Therrien 183 37.5%
Biddeford Charter Revision Committee Ward 5
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Roland O. Lawler 77 28.52%
Stephanie M. Parker 193 71.48%
Bowdoinham
Bowdoinham Select Board
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Dean Beckwith 191 37.45%
Thomas Walling 319 62.55%
Brewer
Brewer City Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Adam Eldridge 614 22.02%
Jerry Goss 1,138 40.82%
Matthew Vachon 1,036 37.16%
Brewer School Committee 1-year term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Ashley Blanchard 698 54.4%
Michael Friel 585 45.6%
Brewer School Committee 3-year term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Corey Bobb 465 16.05%
Kevin Forrest 658 22.71%
Michael Hutchins 540 18.63%
Dani O'Halloran 563 19.43%
Tammy Smith 672 23.19%
Bridgton
Bridgton Question 1
Shall an ordinance entitled "November 3, 2015 Amendments to the Bridgton Sewage Ordinance" be enacted?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 424 42.44%
No 575 57.56%
Brunswick
Brunswick Question 1
Do you favor changing the debt limit of the Brunswick Sewer District from $20,000 to $25,000?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 0 0%
No 0 0%
Bucksport
Bucksport Town Council - 1-year
1-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Robert G. Carmichael Jr 478 52.07%
Julie A. Hersom 221 24.07%
Valorie R. Shaffner 219 23.86%
Bucksport Town Council - 3-year
Vote for three for a 3-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Clayton T. Burgess Sr 140 5.35%
Bruce A. Clement Sr 326 12.47%
Paul R. Gauvin 355 13.58%
David W. Kee 580 22.18%
James R. Morrison 283 10.82%
Michael S. Ormsby 348 13.31%
Paul F. Rabs 392 14.99%
Stephen J. St. Peter Sr 191 7.3%
Calais
Calais City Council
Vote for two for a 3-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Richard A. Barnard 214 28.38%
Arthur K. Mingo 302 40.05%
Anne K. Nixon 238 31.56%
Camden
Camden Article 2
Shall an ordinance entitled "November 2015 amendments to the Town of Camden Zoning Ordinance" be enacted?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 664 67.27%
No 323 32.73%
Camden Article 3
Shall an ordinance entitled "November 2015 amendments to the Harbor and Waterways Ordinance of the town of Camden" be enacted?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 656 65.73%
No 342 34.27%
Camden Article 4
Shall Article 3, Section 2 of the Town of Camden Subdivision Ordiance be amended as follows?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 818 77.54%
No 237 22.46%
Camden Question 1
Do you favor approving the District's amended school budget for the 2015-2016 school year?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 902 80.46%
No 219 19.54%
Cape Elizabeth
Cape Elizabeth School Board
Vote for three.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Heather W. Altenburg 1,618 28.1%
William H. Gross III 1,240 21.54%
Elizabeth K. Scifres 1,594 27.68%
John C. Voltz 1,306 22.68%
Cape Elizabeth Town Council
Vote for three
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Imogene E. Altznauer 486 7.84%
Roger A. Bishop 445 7.18%
James M. Garvin 1,262 20.36%
Sara W. Lennon 1,273 20.54%
Ralph A. Miller 764 12.33%
Jessica L. Sullivan 1,372 22.14%
Victoria A. Volent 596 9.62%
Caribou
Caribou RSU 39
Vote for one for aThree-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Betheny Chambers Anderson 543 54.68%
J. Kent Forbes 450 45.32%
Caribou Councilor
Vote for two for a three-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Timothy C. Guerrette 794 41.97%
Philip J. McDonough II 552 29.18%
Tiffany J. Stewart 546 28.86%
Cushing
Cushing Referendum
Shall an ordinance entitled 'Town of Cushing Coastal Waters Management Ordinance' be amended?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 156 65.82%
No 81 34.18%
Dexter
Dexter Councilors
Vote for two for a three-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Michael A. Blake 273 25.93%
Adam D. Briggs 190 18.04%
Marcia Delaware 338 32.1%
Peter Haskell 252 23.93%
Dexter SAD 46 Director 1-year term
One-year term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Elizabeth Krista 306 61.69%
Linwood A. Mann Jr. 190 38.31%
Dexter SAD 46 Director 3-year term
Vote for three for a three-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Galen E. Chapman 488 35.96%
Joel Costonis 356 26.23%
Gerrard Rudmin 513 37.8%
Eagle Lake
Eagle Lake Question 1
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 91 55.83%
No 72 44.17%
Dover-Foxcroft
Dover-Foxcroft Article 2
Should the Town of Dover-Foxcroft support a hydroelectric power plant and photovoltaic solar energy array located at 5 East Main Street?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 473 77.04%
No 141 22.96%
Dover-Foxcroft Article 3
Shall an Ordinance entitled "Town of Dover-Foxcroft Ordinance to Clarify and Establish the Appointment of Deputy Municipal Officials" be adopted?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 361 59.97%
No 241 40.03%
Dover-Foxcroft Article 4
For the purpose of allowing the Town of Dover-Foxcroft to refinance existing debt at a lower interest rate for savings estimated at $273,190.23, shall the following vote be adopted?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 487 79.45%
No 126 20.55%
Eastport
Eastport City Council
Vote for two for a 3-year-term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Colleen Dana-Cummings 312 35.06%
Jan Finley 134 15.06%
Jon McNerney 125 14.04%
Gilbert Murphy 319 35.84%
Eastport Port Authority
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Floyd Andrews Jr 185 42.24%
John Sullivan 253 57.76%
Eastport Municipal Straw Poll 1
Do you believe that the current deer population density in Eastport is a concern?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 379 77.98%
No 107 22.02%
Eastport Municipal Straw Poll 2
Would you support the City of Eastport working with the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife to explore additional management strategies to further reduce the deer population by additional hunting effort or methods?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 356 76.23%
No 111 23.77%
Ellsworth
Ellsworth Referendum Question
Consider a bond for the library expansion, renovation and repairs
4 of 4 precincts reporting.
Yes 604 40.32%
No 894 59.68%
Fairfield
Fairfield Question 1
Shall a Charter Commission be established for the purpose of revising the Municipal Charter or establishing a New Municipal Charter?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 357 52.42%
No 324 47.58%
Fairfield Town Council
Vote for two for 3-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Harold J. Murray 339 27.19%
John J. Picchiotti 458 36.73%
Michael A. Taylor 450 36.09%
Fairfield MSAD 49 Board of Directors
Vote for two for 3-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Timothy J. Martin 556 49.47%
Terry W. Michaud 568 50.53%
Fort Fairfield
Fort Fairfield SAD 20 Board
Vote for two for 3-year terms.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Dawn Martin 354 49.65%
Karen A. Reynolds 359 50.35%
Fort Fairfield Town Council
Vote for two for 3-year terms.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Jason F. Barnes 278 37.93%
Susan H. Levasseur 222 30.29%
Scott T. Smith 233 31.79%
Freeport
Freeport Councilor at Large
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Doreen Mae Christ 458 27.18%
Melanie Sachs 1,227 72.82%
Freeport RSU 5 Board of Directors
Vote for two
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Jeremy Clough 1,012 35.65%
Nelson Larkins 857 30.19%
John Morang 970 34.17%
Freeport Sewer District Trustee 1-year term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Clinton Goodenow Jr. 780 62.2%
Wilson Woodbury 474 37.8%
Freeport Sewer District Trustee 3-year term
Vote for three
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Michael J. Ashby 932 25.24%
James Harriman 741 20.06%
Sara Randall 1,068 28.92%
Andrew Sachs 952 25.78%
Gorham
Gorham Question 1
Shall the town vote to amend Section 901 of charter to allow town to accept and expend a third-party grant or gift when it is fully covering the expenditure or the Town's share does not exceed $250,000?
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,665 70.22%
No 706 29.78%
Gorham Question 2
Shall the Town be authorized to borrow and expend up to $600,000 for its share of a project to reconstruct Main Street in Gorham Village?
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,850 73.04%
No 683 26.96%
Gorham Question 3
Shall the Town be authorized to borrow and expend up to $1,175,500 to combine with $440,000 previously budgeted for major roof, locks and hardware and mechanical equipment projects at Gorham Schools?
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,773 69.97%
No 761 30.03%
Gorham Town Council
Vote for no more than two.
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Sherrie L. Benner 1,210 27.54%
Muhammad H. Khan 779 17.73%
Shonn R. Moulton 1,135 25.84%
Marla J. Stelk 1,269 28.89%
Gorham School Committee
Vote for no more than two for a three-year term.
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Timothy S. Burns 1,773 51.18%
Darryl B. Wright 1,691 48.82%
Hallowell
Hallowell City Council Ward 4
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Diano Circo 90 79.65%
Andrea Renee Mooney 23 20.35%
Kennebunk
Kennebunk Question 1
Signage requirements
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,454 64.28%
No 808 35.72%
Kennebunk Question 2
Lower Village Municipal Development and Tax Increment Financing district
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,467 66.05%
No 754 33.95%
Kennebunk Question 3
Holding other office
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,866 83.04%
No 381 16.96%
Kennebunk Question 4
Kennebunk Land Trust
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,770 76.82%
No 534 23.18%
Kennebunk Sewer District Charter Question
Do you favor adopting the Kennebunk Sewer District Charter, 2015 revision?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,319 80.18%
No 326 19.82%
Hampden
Hampden RSU 22 Director
Vote for two for a three-year term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Wallace J. Fraser Jr. 1,041 47.32%
Anthony L. Liberatore 1,159 52.68%
Hampden Councilor at Large
Vote for three for a three-year term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Andrew J. Colford 666 16.65%
Mark S. Cormier 688 17.2%
Brent T. Marquis 612 15.3%
Ivan P. McPike 701 17.53%
William W. Shakespeare 552 13.8%
Gregory J. Sirois 781 19.53%
Kittery
Kittery Question 1
Shall the town of Kittery approve the Charter Amendments?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,556 84.98%
No 275 15.02%
Kittery Question 2
Shall the town of Kittery council be authorized to issue bonds in a total amount not to exceed $275,000 and notes in anticipation thereof?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,458 76.54%
No 447 23.46%
Kittery Town Council
Vote for three for 3-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Gary Beers 1,065 21.81%
Jeffery Brake 695 14.23%
Brett F. Costa 829 16.97%
Frank L. Dennett 1,196 24.49%
Jeffrey D. Thomson 1,099 22.5%
Kittery School Committee
Vote for two for 3-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Anne D. Gilbert 1,324 43.28%
Rhonda L. Pomerleau 612 20.01%
Jonathan E. Rivers 1,123 36.71%
Levant
Levant Board of Selectmen
Vote for 2
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Matthew E. Arnold 239 39.77%
Brian J. Call 209 34.78%
David A. CoWallis Sr. 153 25.46%
Levant School Board Director MSAD 23/RSU 87
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Debra L. CoWallis 193 51.06%
Jonathan D. Sharp 185 48.94%
Lewiston
Lewiston Mayor
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
Benjamin W. Chin 3,673 44.08%
Luke Davis Jensen 204 2.45%
Robert E. Macdonald 3,107 37.29%
Stephen J. Morgan 1,276 15.31%
Charles A. Soule 72 0.86%
Lewiston City Council Ward 1
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
Leslie T. Dubois 514 45.41%
James J. Lysen 618 54.59%
Lewiston City Council Ward 2
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
Timothy J. Lajoie 1,169 77.88%
Marc R. Roy 332 22.12%
Lewiston City Council Ward 5
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
Kristen S. Cloutier 531 79.25%
Blaine B. Linton 139 20.75%
Lewiston City Council Ward 6
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
Joline Landry Beam 783 60%
Stephen F. Miller 284 21.76%
Brian Dale Wood 238 18.24%
Lewiston City Council Ward 7
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
Kristine Elise Kittridge 468 36.91%
Michael R. Lachance 800 63.09%
Lewiston School Committee Ward 4
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
James R. Handy 573 48.97%
Benjamin J. Martin 597 51.03%
Lewiston School Committee Ward 5
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
Jama Aden Mohamed 247 37.83%
Richard L. White 406 62.17%
Lewiston School Committee Ward 6
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
Dawn M. Hartill 537 42.96%
Matthew Paul Roy 713 57.04%
Lewiston School Committee Ward 7
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
Tina L. Hutchinson 567 47.65%
Thomas P. Shannon 623 52.35%
Lewiston School Committee At Large
8 of 8 precincts reporting.
John T. Butler Jr 3,422 47.63%
Megan D. Parks 3,762 52.37%
Lincoln
Lincoln Town Council
Vote for two for a three-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Samuel H. Clay 265 21.62%
George E. Edwards 305 24.88%
Sheldon M. Hanington 404 32.95%
David R. Whalen 252 20.55%
Lincoln RSU 67 Board of Directors
Vote for three for a three-year term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Katie M. Clay 520 52.21%
Paul David Nantkes 476 47.79%
Lyman
Budget Committee Member
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Joe Bean 5 1.06%
John H. Booth 24 5.08%
Rodney K. Hammond 141 29.87%
Shirley A. Harrison 302 63.98%
Lisbon
Lisbon Water Commission
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Marie Alvina Hale 975 55.68%
Steve Ware Warren 776 44.32%
Lisbon School Budget Referendum
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Yes 900 45.34%
No 1,085 54.66%
Lisbon School Budget Referendum 2
If you voted no, was it because the budget is: Yes is too high, No is too low
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Too High 884 82.77%
Too Low 184 17.23%
Lisbon Question 1: Council Chair Term Limit
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Yes 889 49.01%
No 925 50.99%
Lisbon Question 7: Gender Neutral Terminology
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,068 58.55%
No 756 41.45%
Lisbon Question 2: School Major Appropriations
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Yes 737 40.61%
No 1,078 59.39%
Lisbon Question 4: Appeals Board Chair Term Limit
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Yes 865 45.12%
No 1,052 54.88%
Lisbon Question 3: Planning Board Chair Term Limit
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Yes 832 45.97%
No 978 54.03%
Lisbon Question 5: Capital Plan Change from Jan to May
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,013 53.15%
No 893 46.85%
Lisbon Question 6: Borrowing from $100,000 to $250,000
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Yes 713 39.15%
No 1,108 60.85%
Lisbon Council At Large
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Normand Roland Albert Jr. 856 48.75%
Michael Ray Hebert 534 30.41%
Richard James Nadeau 366 20.84%
Lisbon Council District 1
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Kasie Lyn Kolbe 481 58.3%
Mark Curtis Lunt 344 41.7%
Lisbon Council District 2
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Dillon James Pesce 388 36.26%
Hebert Leslie Reed 682 63.74%
Allen Scott Ward 0 0%
Kathi Louise Yergin 0 0%
Oakland
Oakland Question 1
Bond for new police station
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 753 70.18%
No 320 29.82%
Millinocket
Millinocket Town Council
Vote for two for 3-year terms.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Eric E. Buckingham Jr 187 8.96%
Jimmy Busque 406 19.45%
Jesse O. Dumais 528 25.3%
Cody McEwen 446 21.37%
Paul A. Sannicandro 520 24.92%
North Yarmouth
North Yarmouth Referendum 1
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 526 36%
No 935 64%
North Yarmouth Referendum 2
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 812 56.04%
No 637 43.96%
Old Orchard Beach
Old Orchard Beach Town Council
Two-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
John R. Bird 526 23.38%
Jay L. Kelley 905 40.22%
Joseph P. Thornton 819 36.4%
Old Orchard Beach Referendum Question
Shall Order #2015-3A be adopted?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 1,000 75.93%
No 317 24.07%
Old Orchard Beach RSU Board or Directors
Three-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
David T. Boudreau 708 32.9%
Stuart W. Hogan 807 37.5%
Jerome G. Plante 637 29.6%
Old Town
Old Town Councilor
Vote for two for a three-year term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Otis M. Butler II 430 27.28%
David J. Mahan 679 43.08%
John M. Nuttall 467 29.63%
Old Town RSU 34 Board
Vote for two for a three-year term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
James F. Dill 674 41.25%
Roxanne E. Dubay 421 25.76%
Brooke A. Gardner 539 32.99%
Old Town Referendum Question
The proposed amendment, if enacted, will prohibit residents of Old Town from serving as members of the city council if person concerned is married to Old Town?s City Manager or a City Department Head. The amendment has been proposed by the City Council to reduce potential conflicts of interest.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 706 80.96%
No 166 19.04%
Portland
Portland Mayor
Voting is ranked choice. If a winner doesn't recieve 50 percent of the vote plus one, the third-place candidate's votes will be redistributed to those voters' second choices.
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
Michael F. Brennan 6,882 38.4%
Thomas R. MacMillan 1,880 10.49%
Ethan K. Strimling 9,162 51.12%
Portland Peaks Island Council
Vote for two
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
Sidney Gerard 283 46.62%
Mary Anne Mitchell 324 53.38%
Portland Minimum Wage Increase
Do you favor the change in the City Ordinance(s) proposed by citizen petition as provided below? An Ordinance relating to employment in Portland; adding a new Chapter; Chapter 22: Wages, to the City of Portland Code of Ordinances; establishing minimum wages and minimum compensation rates for employees performing work in Portland?
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
Yes 7,922 42.04%
No 10,922 57.96%
Portland School Board at Large
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
Paul O. Okot 4,234 29.36%
Sarah J. Thompson 10,187 70.64%
Portland Scenic Views Ordinance
Do you favor an ordinance to add a city-wide scenic viewpoint protection tool to Portland's zoning ordinance?
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
Yes 7,002 37.25%
No 11,793 62.75%
Portland City Councilor At Large
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
Matthew W. Coffey 2,476 16.1%
David S. Foster 3,153 20.5%
Nicholas M. Mavodones 9,754 63.41%
Portland School Board District 1
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
Josephine Anne Okot 1,023 40.84%
Jenna R. Vendil 1,482 59.16%
Portland City Councilor District 1
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
Patrick T. Flynn 570 18.65%
Paula M. Guillemette-Agopian 230 7.52%
Sean W. Kerwin 354 11.58%
Brandon J. Mazer 697 22.8%
Belinda S. Ray 1,206 39.45%
Portland City Councilor District 2
12 of 12 precincts reporting.
Robert B. Korobkin 938 28.28%
Wellington M. Lyons 1,027 30.96%
Spencer R. Thibodeau 1,352 40.76%
Presque Isle
Presque Isle City Council
Vote for two.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Michael Chasse 625 32.77%
Donald Gardner 444 23.28%
Natilee Graves 540 28.32%
Dwayne Singletary 298 15.63%
Presque Isle School Section 3
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Carl Michaud 1 20%
Terry Sandusky 4 80%
Princeton
Princeton Question 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 days other than Sunday?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 76 37.62%
No 126 62.38%
Princeton Question 2
Shall this municipality authorize the State to issue licenses for the sale of liquor to be consumed on the premises of licensed establishments on Sunday?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 63 31.19%
No 139 68.81%
Princeton Board of Selectmen
Vote for one for a 2-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Steven Cilley 62 38.04%
James Kesel 48 29.45%
Tiffany Ramsdell 53 32.52%
Sabattus
Sabattus Selectman
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Jean Paul C. Curran 228 27.84%
Guy P. Desjardins 292 35.65%
Richard D. Lacombe 181 22.1%
David N. Marsters 118 14.41%
Sabattus RSU 4 Director
Three-year term. Vote for two.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Joshua L. Bisson 378 53.24%
Adam G. Dorman 332 46.76%
Sabattus Water District Trustee
Three-year term. Vote for two.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Connie J. Castonguay 407 56.45%
Sally A. Troiano 314 43.55%
Rockland
Rockland Question 1
Do you favor RSU 13 withdrawal?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 310 25.22%
No 919 74.78%
Rockland Question 2
Given the withdrawal of St. George from RSU 13 and rise in costs to Rockland since the merger of SAD 5 and SAD 50 into RSU 13 should the city explore other education options that could potentially improve local education
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 786 65.72%
No 410 34.28%
Rockland City Council
Vote for one Three-year term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Deborah O. Atwell 0 0%
Frank C. Isganitis 476 47.41%
William J. Jillson 528 52.59%
Rockland RSU 13 Board of Directors
Vote for two for a three-year term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Jesse L. Butler 787 51.17%
Esther M. Kilgour 0 0%
Nancy L. Mathieson-Jeffers 751 48.83%
Saco
Saco Mayor
2-year term.
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Bette J. Brunswick 745 21.3%
Roland L. Michaud 1,631 46.64%
Donald E. Pilon 1,121 32.06%
Saco Councilor - Ward 2
2-year term.
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Roger B. Gay 227 53.41%
Leslie E. Smith Jr 198 46.59%
Saco Councilor - Ward 3
2-year term.
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
William P. Doyle 256 79.75%
Thomas P. Roughan 65 20.25%
Saco Councilor - Ward 4
2-year term.
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Michael A. Burman 320 41.78%
Kevin M. Roche 446 58.22%
Saco Councilor - Ward 5
2-year term.
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Alan B. Minthorn 260 50.29%
Arthur J. Tardif 257 49.71%
Saco Councilor - Ward 6
2-year term.
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Eric B. Cote 305 65.03%
Bryan Courtois 164 34.97%
Saco Councilor - Ward 7
2-year term.
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Nathan D. Johnston 210 56.91%
Richard J. LaRue 159 43.09%
Saco School Board Ward 6
2-year term.
7 of 7 precincts reporting.
Stanley Mozden 162 36.73%
Theodore Sirois 279 63.27%
Sanford
Sanford Trustee Sewarage District
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Paul A. Demers 1,751 71.09%
Kevin M. Eaton 712 28.91%
Sanford City Council - One-year term
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
John L. Tuttle 1,633 61.16%
Alan R. Walsh 1,037 38.84%
Sanford City Council - Three-year term
3 of 3 precincts reporting.
Dianne R. Connolly 889 18.99%
Donald S. Jamison 656 14.01%
Leonard L. Kinney 228 4.87%
Lucas J. Lanigan 1,122 23.96%
Fred W. Smith 1,080 23.07%
Richard L. Wilkins 707 15.1%
Scarborough
Scarborough Town Council
Vote for two for 3-year terms.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
James E. Benedict 507 6.61%
Christopher J. Caiazzo 2,398 31.26%
Robert W. Rowan 2,149 28.01%
William F. Somers 1,254 16.35%
Michael B. Turek 1,363 17.77%
Scarborough Board of Education
Vote for three for 3-year terms.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Donna L. Beeley 2,843 32.84%
Kathryn E. Miles 2,915 33.67%
Jacquelyn A. Perry 2,900 33.5%
Scarborough Trustee of Sanitary District
Vote for two for 3-year terms.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Nicola F. Rico 2,971 49.98%
Benedetto Viola 2,973 50.02%
South Berwick
South Berwick Town Council
Three-year term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Thomas A. Chase 367 62.1%
Tom Chase 0 0%
Cristale M. Wellwood 224 37.9%
Cristale Wellwood 0 0%
South Portland
South Portland City Council District 3
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Eben C. Rose 2,476 62.27%
Ernest L. Stanhope Jr. 1,500 37.73%
South Portland City Council District 4
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Linda C. Cohen 2,785 71.19%
Andrew M. Snyder 1,127 28.81%
South Portland Board of Education District 4
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Matthew J. Perkins 1,637 46.31%
Libby R. Reynolds 1,898 53.69%
Stockton Springs
Stockton Springs Article 2
Do you favor terminating the process of withdrawing from RSU 20 that was initiated by a vote taken on March 25, 2014 and to return the remaining funds set aside from the Legal Account designated for the Withdrawal Committee back to the town's General Fund?
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Yes 240 68.18%
No 112 31.82%
Waterville
Waterville City Council - Ward 1
3-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Stephen J. Soule 170 70.25%
Charles Fred Stubbert Jr 72 29.75%
Waterville City Council - Ward 7
3-year term.
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Jacqueline E. Dupont 110 49.11%
Karen A. Rancourt-Thomas 92 41.07%
Anthony George Tompkins 22 9.82%
Westbrook
Westbrook City Councilor Ward 3
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Paul Emery 88 18.37%
Susan R. Rossignol 83 17.33%
Anna Turcotte 308 64.3%
Westbrook City Councilor at Large
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Michael Dobkowski 1,149 47.72%
John O'Hara 1,259 52.28%
Westbrook School Committee Member Ward 1
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Steven B. Berry 277 50.64%
Alex Stone 270 49.36%
Westbrook School Committee Member at Large
6 of 6 precincts reporting.
Matthew Brunner 1,039 45.02%
Suzanne Salisbury 1,269 54.98%
Windham
Windham RSU Board Director
Vote for two for 3-year term.
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Dawn A. Dillon 1,222 51.41%
Marjorie L. Govoni 1,155 48.59%
Windham Town Council at Large
Vote for one 3 year term
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
David M. Lydon 773 42.43%
Dennis E. Welch 1,049 57.57%
Windham Referendum Question
Do you vote to authorize a bond of up to $7,657,193 to pay for a new public works and school transportation and maintenance facility?
2 of 2 precincts reporting.
Yes 997 47.32%
No 1,110 52.68%
Winslow
Winslow Library Trustee
Vote for two 3 year term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Judy A. Ellis 835 52.55%
Betty M. Perry 754 47.45%
Winslow Town Council District 4
Vote for one 3 year term
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Nancy E. Aldrich 63 29.03%
Raymond R. Caron 154 70.97%
Winthrop
Winthrop Town Council
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
David R. Bubier 682 24.06%
Linda S. Caprara 737 26.01%
Kevin Cookson 667 23.54%
Priscilla J. Jenkins 748 26.39%
Winthrop Library Trustees
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Pearl Ames 685 24.41%
Merrie S. Hanson 838 29.86%
Robert R. Johnson 543 19.35%
Elizabeth Sienko 740 26.37%
Wiscasset
Wiscasset Selectman
1 of 1 precincts reporting.
Ronald Abbott 142 26.3%
Judith R. Colby 289 53.52%
David Flynn 109 20.19%
* Number of active registered voters as of Sept. 8, 2015, from the Maine Secretary of State's Office.
** Number of participating voters is calculated based on the number of people voting in the Clean Elections referedum.