These results are for WALDOBORO only:
Total Votes Cast: 2834
SPECIAL TOWN MEETING WARRANT
To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Municipal Officers to establish and implement a mandatory Pay-as-you-Throw disposal method?
- Yes - 904
- No - 1868
President and Vice President of the United States (Vote for One):
- Clinton, Hillary Rodham and Kaine, Timothy Michael (Democrat) - 1,133
- Johnson, Gary and Weld, Bill (Libertarian) - 123
- Stein, Jill and Baraka, Ajamu (Green Independent) - 46
- Trump, Donald J. and Pence, Michael R. (Republican) - 1,409
- Castle, Darryl L. (declared write-in) - 3
- Fox, Cherunda L. (declared write-in) - 0
- Kotlikoff, Laurence J. (declared write-in) - 0
- McMullin, David Evan (declared write-in) - 15
- Blank - 75
Representative to Congress - District 1 (Vote for One):
- Holbrook, Mark I. - Brunswick (Republican) - 1,368
- Pingree, Chellie - North Haven (Democrat) - 1,366
- Bouchard, James J. (declared write-in) - 1
- Blank - 99
State Senator - District 13 (Vote for One):
- Dow, Dana L. - Waldoboro (Republican) - 1,760
- Johnson, Christopher K. - Somerville (Democrat) - 1,017
- Blank - 57
Representative to the Legislature - District 91 (Vote for One):
- Simmons, Abden S. - Waldoboro (Republican) - 1,519
- Trask-Eaton, Emily - Waldoboro (Democrat) - 1,258
- Blank - 57
Judge of Probate (Vote for One):
- Avantaggio, William M. - Bremen (Democrat) - 2,185
- Blank - 649
Question 1 - Citizen Initiative: Do you want to allow the possession and use of marijuana under state law by persons who are at least 21 years of age and allow the cultivation, manufacture, distribution, testing, and sale of marijuana products subject to state regulation, taxation, and local ordinance?
- Yes - 1,339
- No - 1,401
- Blank - 73
Question 2 - Citizen Initiative: Do you want to add a 3% tax on individual Maine taxable income above $200,000 to create a state fund that would provide direct support for student learning in kindergarden through 12th grade public education?
- Yes - 1,375
- No - 1,370
- Blank - 68
Question 3 - Citizen Initiative: Do you want to require background checks prior to sale or transfer of firearms between individuals not licensed as firearms dealers, with failure to do so punishabe by law, and with some exceptions for family members, hunting, self-defense, lawful companions, and shooting range activity?
- Yes - 1,051
- No - 1,698
- Blank - 64
Question 4 - Citizen Initiative: Do you want to raise the minimum hourly wage of $7.50 to $9 in 2017, with annual $1 increases up to $12 in 2020, and annual cost of living increases thereafter; and do you want to raise the direct wage for service workers who receive tips from half the minimum wage to $5 in 2017, with annual $1 increases until it reaches the adjusted minimum wage?
- Yes - 1,432
- No - 1,318
- Blank - 63
Question 5 - Citizen Initiative: Do you want to allow voters to rank their choices of candidates in elections for U.S. Senate, Congress, Governor, State Senate, and State Representative, and to have ballots counted at the state level in multiple rounds in which last-place candidates are eliminated until a candidate wins by majority?
- Yes - 1,342
- No - 1,358
- Blank - 113
Question 6 - Bond Issue: Do you favor a $100,000,000 bond issue for construction, reconstruction and rehabilitation of highways and bridges and for facilities, equipment and property acquisition related to ports, harbors, marine transportation, freight and passenger railroads, aviation, transit and bicycle and pedestrian trails, to be used to match an estimated $137,000,000 in federal and other funds?
- Yes - 1,632
- No - 1,087
- Blank - 94
REGION 8 MID-COAST SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION REFERENDUM
Question 1: Shall the Cooperative Board of the Region 8 Mid-Coast School of Technology ("Region 8") be authorized to issue bonds or notes in the name of Region 8 for a school construction project in an amount not to exceed $25,000,000 to construct and equip a new career and technical school building and related facilities to be located at 1 Main Street in the City of Rockland and as part of that project, to demolish the existing school building?
- Yes - 1,680
- No - 1,064
- Blank - 49