Latest Election Results

Updated 2 years ago

U.S. Senate Dem – Primary 553 of 599 precincts – 92 percent x-Cynthia Dill 22,124 – 44 percent Matthew Dunlap 17,717 – 36 percent Jon Hinck 6,182 – 12 percent Benjamin Pollard 3,841 – 8 percent U.S. Senate GOP – Primary 553 of 599 precincts – 92 percent x-Charles Summers 19,849 – 30 percent Bruce Poliquin 15,217 – 23 percent Richard Bennett 12,066 – 18 percent Scott D’Amboise 7,385 – 11 percent William Schneider 6,683 – 10 percent Debra Plowman 6,050 – 9 percent

US House of Representatives GOP – Primary:

District 1

157 of 175 precincts – 90 percent Jonathan Courtney 13,573 – 50 percent Patrick Calder 13,359 – 50 percent

District 2

280 of 424 precincts – 66 percent Kevin Raye 10,864 – 60 percent—Winner Blaine Richardson 7,277 – 40 percent

Contested State Senate Races:

Democratic:

District 4

10 of 10 precincts – 100 percent x-David Dutremble 1,696 – 75 percent James Emerson 558 – 25 percent

District 5

12 of 12 precincts – 100 percent Linda Valentino 1,730 – 66 percent Donald Pilon 875 – 34 percent

District 6

10 of 10 precincts – 100 percent James Boyle 1,106 – 61 percent Timothy Driscoll 700 – 39 percent

District 7

8 of 8 precincts – 100 percent x-Rebecca Millett 1,590 – 63 percent Bryan Kaenrath 926 – 37 percent

District 21

9 of 11 precincts – 82 percent David Bustin 1,138 – 52 percent Priscilla Jenkins 1,044 – 48 percent

District 25

6 of 7 precincts – 86 percent Colleen Lachowicz 803 – 52 percent Dana Hernandez 748 – 48 percent

District 31

13 of 20 precincts – 65 percent Emery Deabay 504 – 65 percent Deborah Deane 269 – 35 percent

Republican:

District 20

14 of 21 precincts – 67 percent Leslie Fossel 1,626 – 64 percent Stuart Smith 915 – 36 percent

District 29

45 of 57 precincts – 79 percent David Burns 1,402 – 68 percent Kathleen Caso 660 – 32 percent

District 33

15 of 17 precincts – 88 percent Andre Cushing 1,379 – 55 percent James Emerson 1,140 – 45 percent

Contested State House of Representives

Democratic

District 19

3 of 3 precincts – 100 percent x-Ryan Tipping-Spitz 432 – 65 percent Cynthia Mehnert 230 – 35 percent

District 30

17 of 23 precincts – 74 percent Dennis Mahar 162 – 80 percent James Leighton 40 – 20 percent

District 37

6 of 6 precincts – 100 percent x-Ralph Chapman (i) 436 – 60 percent James Schatz 291 – 40 percent

District 58

4 of 4 precincts – 100 percent Lori Fowle 226 – 60 percent Richard Fournier 153 – 40 percent

District 59

2 of 2 precincts – 100 percent x-Gay Grant 283 – 45 percent Harvey DeVane 187 – 30 percent Phillip Barter 161 – 26 percent

District 62

1 of 1 precincts – 100 percent x-Jennifer DeChant 319 – 57 percent Paul Johnson 244 – 43 percent

District 82

2 of 2 precincts – 100 percent x-Craig Hickman 757 – 78 percent Kevin Cookson 215 – 22 percent

District 84

3 of 3 precincts – 100 percent Karen Kusiak 215 – 53 percent Edward Finch 192 – 47 percent

District 106

2 of 2 precincts – 100 percent Sara Gideon 584 – 53 percent Melanie Sachs 470 – 43 percent Patrick Norton 46 – 4 percent

District 115

5 of 5 precincts – 100 percent Erik Jorgensen 313 – 43 percent Malory Shaughnessy 234 – 32 percent Justin Costa 182 – 25 percent

District 117

3 of 3 precincts – 100 percent x-Richard Farnsworth 367 – 61 percent Dauna Webb Binder 174 – 29 percent Anthony Donovan 59 – 10 percent

District 118

4 of 4 precincts – 100 percent x-Matthew Moonen 407 – 68 percent Dillon Bates 190 – 32 percent

District 132

1 of 1 precincts – 100 percent x-Roxanne Frenette 232 – 41 percent Cris Johnson 130 – 23 percent Pierre Bouthiller 124 – 22 percent Gregory Kidd 75 – 13 percent

District 134

5 of 5 precincts – 100 percent x-Justin Chenette 543 – 78 percent Sonya Lundh-Gay 154 – 22 percent

District 135

5 of 5 precincts – 100 percent x-Paulette Beaudoin (i) 449 – 58 percent Joanne Twomey 325 – 42 percent

District 136

5 of 5 precincts – 100 percent Megan Rochelo (i) 324 – 77 percent Bobby Mills 99 – 23 percent

District 137

4 of 4 precincts – 100 percent x-Alan Casavant (i) 485 – 61 percent Nancy Sullivan 316 – 39 percent

Republican

District 13

5 of 7 precincts – 71 percent Terry LaCombe-Stevens 139 – 60 percent Anita Peavey-Haskell 91 – 40 percent

District 14

4 of 5 precincts – 80 percent Carol Lord Klitch 163 – 69 percent Mitchell McLaughlin 74 – 31 percent

District 20

5 of 6 precincts – 83 percent David Johnson (i) 449 – 69 percent John Williams 202 – 31 percent

District 23

3 of 4 precincts – 75 percent Roger Reed 453 – 70 percent Patricia Tate 198 – 30 percent

District 29

2 of 3 precincts – 67 percent Robert Engelhardt 282 – 67 percent John Ring 140 – 33 percent

District 42

5 of 6 precincts – 83 percent Leo LaChance 241 – 52 percent Randall Poulton 224 – 48 percent

District 47

1 of 2 precincts – 50 percent James Raye 39 – 58 percent Gordon Mank 28 – 42 percent

District 50

3 of 4 precincts – 75 percent Ellen Winchenbach 461 – 61 percent Henry Simmons 290 – 39 percent

District 51

3 of 6 precincts – 50 percent Alan Pinkham 308 – 84 percent Jessica Chubbuck 59 – 16 percent

District 57

4 of 4 precincts – 100 percent Andrew Worcester 168 – 56 percent Michael Hein 134 – 44 percent

District 79

3 of 3 precincts – 100 percent William Guerrette 351 – 54 percent Ryan Wheaton 305 – 46 percent

District 144

5 of 5 precincts – 100 percent Daniel Archambault 394 – 67 percent Aaron Bragdon 190 – 33 percent

County Commissioner

Matthew James Boucher (R)Steven E. Joy (R)

Judge of Probate

Waldo County

Aaron Fethke (R)Randolph A. Mailoux (R)

Bangor:

School Budget: Yes 1604 No 661 Blanks 20 Total 2285

Brewer:

School Budget: Yes 810 No 198 Blanks 45 Total 1053Charter Amendment (Superintendant Residency) Yes 579 No 454 Blanks 18 Total 1051

Ellsworth:

School Budget Yes 590 No 493 Blanks 44 Total 1127Question 1Do you favor filing a petition for withdrawal with the board of directors of Regional School Unit #24 and with the Commissioner of Education……? Yes 824 No 282 Blanks 24 Total 1130

RSU 26 School Budget

Glenburn Yes 188 No 231Orono Yes 740 No 352Veazie Yes 207 No 253


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