Statewide questions

Yes
86%

2,332,438 votes

No
14%

393,625 votes

Summary: Should auto makers be required to give owners access to the same diagnostic and repair information that dealers and authorized repair facilities have? Read more

Town-by-town results, interactive map

No
51%

1,516,584 votes

Yes
49%

1,453,742 votes

Summary: Should a doctor be legally allowed to prescribe medication, at a terminally ill patient's request, to end that patient's life? Read more

Town-by-town results, interactive map

Yes
63%

1,895,340 votes

No
37%

1,097,797 votes

Summary: Should the state eliminate criminal and civil penalties for the use of marijuana by qualifying patients who have been diagnosed with a debilitating medical condition? Read more

Town-by-town results, interactive map

Local questions

Raise or lower taxes

Bernardston

Summary: Should Bernardston exempt from Proposition 2 1/2 the costs of issuing a bond to purchase a new truck for the Highway Department?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Bernardston 1 of 1 316 723
Total 1 of 1 316 723
Updated 11:14 AM
Bernardston

Summary: Should Bernardston exempt from Proposition 2 1/2 the costs of issuing a bond to repair the roof at Bernardston Elementary School?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Bernardston 1 of 1 187 849
Total 1 of 1 187 849
Updated 11:14 AM
Bourne

Summary: Should Bourne exempt from Proposition 2 1/2 the costs of issuing a bond to pay for planning, building, and equipping a public works facility?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Bourne 7 of 7 4,721 4,156
Total 7 of 7 4,721 4,156
Updated 11:14 AM
Dalton

Summary: Should Dalton approve an override of Proposition 2 1/2 to pay for renovations to Town Hall, including improved insulation and heating and air conditioning upgrades?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Dalton 2 of 2 1,607 1,450
Total 2 of 2 1,607 1,450
Updated 11:14 AM
Dalton

Summary: Should Dalton approve an override of Proposition 2 1/2 to pay for a small excavator, a pick-up truck, and related equipment for the Highway Department?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Dalton 2 of 2 1,597 1,433
Total 2 of 2 1,597 1,433
Updated 11:14 AM
Dalton

Summary: Should Dalton approve an override of Proposition 2 1/2 to pay for a new police cruiser and related equipment?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Dalton 2 of 2 1,555 1,479
Total 2 of 2 1,555 1,479
Updated 11:14 AM
Dudley

Summary: Should Dudley override Proposition 2 1/2 to pay for a bond issued to purchase a ladder truck for the Fire Department?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Dudley 3 of 3 1,975 2,844
Total 3 of 3 1,975 2,844
Updated 11:14 AM
Dudley

Summary: Should Dudley approve a $500,000 Proposition 2 1/2, with half the money going to the Dudley Charlton Regional Schools, and half to a variety of town departments, including police, highway, town treasurer, veterans services, and the library?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Dudley 3 of 3 2,747 2,148
Total 3 of 3 2,747 2,148
Updated 11:14 AM
Easthampton

Summary: Should Easthampton approve a $1.4 million Proposition 2 1/2 override to close a School Department budget gap and restore some education programs?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Easthampton 5 of 5 4,816 3,878
Total 5 of 5 4,816 3,878
Updated 11:14 AM
Georgetown

Summary: Should Georgetown approve an override of Proposition 2 1/2 to pay for construction of a new elementary school?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Georgetown 3 of 3 2,254 2,432
Total 3 of 3 2,254 2,432
Updated 11:14 AM
Hamilton

Summary: Should Hamliton approve the Hamilton-Wenham School District borrowing $575,000 to repair the Cutler School roof?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Hamilton 3 of 3 1,558 2,524
Total 3 of 3 1,558 2,524
Updated 11:14 AM
Hamilton

Summary: Should Hamilton approve the Hamilton-Wenham School District borrowing $1.5 million for repairs at Winthrop, Buker, and Cutler schools, and other School Department buildings?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Hamilton 3 of 3 1,526 2,535
Total 3 of 3 1,526 2,535
Updated 11:14 AM
Lincoln

Summary: Should Lincoln approve a $29 million bond issue to pay for Lincoln School renovations?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Lincoln 2 of 2 1,547 1,735
Total 2 of 2 1,547 1,735
Updated 11:14 AM
Mendon

Summary: Should Mendon approve a $360,000 Proposition 2 1/2 override to pay for the purchase of the former St. Michael's Church for use as a town library?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Mendon 1 of 1 1,308 1,984
Total 1 of 1 1,308 1,984
Updated 11:14 AM
Mendon

Summary: Should Mendon approve a $1.7 million Proposition 2 1/2 override to pay for the renovation of the former St. Michael's Church for use as a town library?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Mendon 1 of 1 1,439 1,847
Total 1 of 1 1,439 1,847
Updated 11:14 AM
Newbury

Summary: Should Newbury approve a $293,000 override of Proposition 2 1/2 to cover a shortfall in the town budget. The biggest chunks of the money, $100,000 each, would go to the Police and Fire departments.

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Newbury 2 of 2 2,303 2,037
Total 2 of 2 2,303 2,037
Updated 11:14 AM
Ware

Summary: Should Ware approve a $1 million Proposition 2 1/2 override to pay for an upgrade of its wastewater treatment plant?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Ware 3 of 3 1,731 2,027
Total 3 of 3 1,731 2,027
Updated 11:14 AM
Wenham

Summary: Should Wenham approve the Hamilton-Wenham School District borrowing $575,000 to repair the Cutler School roof?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Wenham 1 of 1 748 1,406
Total 1 of 1 748 1,406
Updated 11:14 AM
Wenham

Summary: Should Wenham approve the Hamilton-Wenham School District borrowing $1.5 million for repairs at Winthrop, Buker, and Cutler schools, and other School Department buildings?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Wenham 1 of 1 742 1,407
Total 1 of 1 742 1,407
Updated 11:14 AM
West Newbury

Summary: Should West Newbury decrease its levy limit -- the amount of taxes it can collect under Proposition 2 1/2 -- by $180,000?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
West Newbury 1 of 1 569 1,945
Total 1 of 1 569 1,945
Updated 11:14 AM
Granby

Summary: Should Granby stop collecting an excise tax on livestock and farm machinery?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Granby 2 of 2 1,047 2,084
Total 2 of 2 1,047 2,084
Updated 11:14 AM

Wine and beer licenses

Woburn

Summary: Should Woburn apply to the state for the right to grant up to eight beer and wine licenses to restaurants with 50 or more seats?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Woburn 14 of 14 4,311 12,186
Total 14 of 14 4,311 12,186
Updated 11:14 AM

Community Preservation Act

Beverly

Summary: Should Beverly adopt the Community Preservation Act and establish a property tax surcharge of 1 percent? The funds are matched by the state and can be used to buy land for open space or recreation, as well as affordable housing and other uses.

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Beverly 12 of 12 9,147 10,027
Total 12 of 12 9,147 10,027
Updated 11:14 AM
Canton

Summary: Should Canton adopt the Community Preservation Act and establish a property tax surcharge of 1 percent? The funds are matched by the state and can be used to buy land for open space or recreation, as well as affordable housing and other uses.

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Canton 6 of 6 5,011 6,500
Total 6 of 6 5,011 6,500
Updated 11:14 AM
Duxbury

Summary: Should Duxbury exempt the first $100,000 of assessed value of taxable residential real estate from the Community Preservation Act surcharge, currently at 3%?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Duxbury 5 of 6 2,195 5,311
Total 5 of 6 2,195 5,311
Updated 11:14 AM
Duxbury

Summary: Should Duxbury reduce its Community Preservation Act property tax surcharge from 3% to 1%?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Duxbury 5 of 6 3,096 4,503
Total 5 of 6 3,096 4,503
Updated 11:14 AM
Fall River

Summary: Should Fall River adopt the Community Preservation Act and establish a property tax surcharge of 1.5 percent? The funds are matched by the state and can be used to buy land for open space or recreation, as well as affordable housing and other uses.

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Fall River 29 of 29 10,268 14,109
Total 29 of 29 10,268 14,109
Updated 11:14 AM
Great Barrington

Summary: Should Great Barrington adopt the Community Preservation Act and establish a property tax surcharge of 3 percent? The funds are matched by the state and can be used to buy land for open space or recreation, as well as affordable housing and other uses.

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Great Barrington 4 of 4 1,212 2,040
Total 4 of 4 1,212 2,040
Updated 11:14 AM
Milton

Summary: Should Milton adopt the Community Preservation Act and establish a property tax surcharge of 1.5 percent? The funds are matched by the state and can be used to buy land for open space or recreation, as well as affordable housing and other uses.

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Milton 10 of 10 8,255 6,454
Total 10 of 10 8,255 6,454
Updated 11:14 AM
Salem

Summary: Should Salem adopt the Community Preservation Act and establish a property tax surcharge of 1 percent? The funds are matched by the state and can be used to buy land for open space or recreation, as well as affordable housing and other uses.

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Salem 14 of 14 8,073 9,646
Total 14 of 14 8,073 9,646
Updated 11:14 AM
Somerset

Summary: Should Somersett adopt the Community Preservation Act and establish a property tax surcharge of 1 percent? The funds are matched by the state and can be used to buy land for open space or recreation, as well as affordable housing and other uses.

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Somerset 5 of 5 4,254 4,659
Total 5 of 5 4,254 4,659
Updated 11:14 AM
Somerville

Summary: Should Somerville adopt the Community Preservation Act and establish a property tax surcharge of 1.5 percent? The funds are matched by the state and can be used to buy land for open space or recreation, as well as affordable housing and other uses.

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Somerville 21 of 21 7,714 24,358
Total 21 of 21 7,714 24,358
Updated 11:14 AM
West Springfield

Summary: Should West Springfield extend its existing Community Preservation Act exeption of the first $100,000 of assessed value of residential property to also include commercial property?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
West Springfield 8 of 8 4,779 5,093
Total 8 of 8 4,779 5,093
Updated 11:14 AM
Westhampton

Summary: Should Westhampton adopt the Community Preservation Act and establish a property tax surcharge of 3 percent? The funds are matched by the state and can be used to buy land for open space or recreation, as well as affordable housing and other uses.

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Westhampton 1 of 1 540 464
Total 1 of 1 540 464
Updated 11:14 AM

Hampshire Council of Governments

Hampshire County

Summary: Should the amendments to the Hampshire Council of Governments proposed by the Council of Governments be enacted?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Belchertown 4 of 4 1,259 4,530
Chesterfield 1 of 1 107 421
Cummington 1 of 1 52 311
Goshen 1 of 1 94 360
Granby 2 of 2 643 1,944
Hadley 1 of 1 466 1,895
Hatfield 1 of 1 330 1,275
Huntington 1 of 1 176 657
Middlefield 1 of 1 62 180
Pelham 1 of 1 58 586
Plainfield 1 of 1 47 237
Southampton 1 of 1 606 2,174
South Hadley 5 of 5 1,494 5,156
Westhampton 1 of 1 212 615
Williamsburg 1 of 1 175 1,089
Total 23 of 23 5,781 21,430
Updated 11:14 AM

Support so-called Budget for All

Summary: Should the legislator in this district be instructed to vote for a resolution calling on Congress and the president to prevent cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and other assistance programs, invest in creating jobs, close corporate tax loopholes, raise taxes on incomes over $250,000, and reduce military spending by bringing US troops

4th Berkshire State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Alford 1 of 1 39 199
Becket 1 of 1 168 691
Blandford 1 of 1 161 365
Egremont 1 of 1 121 567
Great Barrington 4 of 4 476 2,614
Lee 1 of 1 541 1,866
Lenox 1 of 1 497 1,978
Monterey 1 of 1 76 386
Mount Washington 1 of 1 9 85
New Marlborough 1 of 1 144 555
Otis 1 of 1 172 540
Richmond 1 of 1 181 591
Russell 1 of 1 171 431
Sandisfield 1 of 1 91 293
Sheffield 1 of 1 304 1,230
Stockbridge 1 of 1 171 849
Tolland 1 of 1 85 138
Tyringham 1 of 1 33 154
Washington 1 of 1 49 218
West Stockbridge 1 of 1 102 597
Total 23 of 23 3,591 14,347
Updated 11:14 AM
7th Bristol State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Fall River 12 of 12 2,332 7,020
Total 12 of 12 2,332 7,020
Updated 11:14 AM
1st Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Amesbury 6 of 6 1,833 5,282
Newburyport 7 of 7 2,443 6,723
Salisbury 3 of 3 915 2,711
Total 16 of 16 5,191 14,716
Updated 11:14 AM
2nd Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Boxford 2 of 2 853 2,099
Georgetown 3 of 3 1,134 3,134
Groveland 2 of 2 1,027 2,357
Haverhill 2 of 2 736 1,840
Merrimac 2 of 2 842 2,144
Newbury 2 of 2 1,179 2,806
West Newbury 1 of 1 512 1,902
Total 14 of 14 6,283 16,282
Updated 11:14 AM
5th Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Essex 1 of 1 519 1,173
Gloucester 10 of 10 3,262 9,605
Rockport 3 of 3 876 2,963
Total 14 of 14 4,657 13,741
Updated 11:14 AM
8th Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Lynn 0 of 2 0 0
Marblehead 6 of 6 3,426 6,977
Swampscott 6 of 6 1,907 4,763
Total 12 of 14 5,333 11,740
Updated 11:14 AM
16th Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Lawrence 13 of 13 3,570 6,436
Total 13 of 13 3,570 6,436
Updated 11:14 AM
5th Hampden State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Holyoke 14 of 14 3,829 10,120
Total 14 of 14 3,829 10,120
Updated 11:14 AM
1st Hampshire State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Hatfield 1 of 1 364 1,398
Montgomery 1 of 1 111 300
Northampton 14 of 14 1,753 12,293
Southampton 1 of 1 775 2,243
Westhampton 1 of 1 214 653
Total 18 of 18 3,217 16,887
Updated 11:14 AM
3rd Hampshire State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Amherst 10 of 10 1,706 11,385
Granby 1 of 1 397 1,200
Pelham 1 of 1 97 657
Total 12 of 12 2,200 13,242
Updated 11:14 AM
2nd Middlesex State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Cambridge 0 of 9 0 0
Medford 16 of 16 5,350 17,073
Somerville 10 of 21 2,274 10,185
Winchester 4 of 4 2,188 3,280
Total 30 of 50 9,812 30,538
Updated 11:14 AM
5th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Millis 2 of 2 725 1,906
Natick 0 of 10 0 0
Sherborn 1 of 1 825 1,327
Total 3 of 13 1,550 3,233
Updated 11:14 AM
6th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Framingham 11 of 11 4,482 13,211
Total 11 of 11 4,482 13,211
Updated 11:14 AM
9th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Lincoln 2 of 2 981 2,143
Waltham 7 of 10 1,851 5,208
Total 9 of 12 2,832 7,351
Updated 11:14 AM
10th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Newton 2 of 2 482 1,461
Waltham 1 of 8 223 514
Watertown 3 of 3 784 2,450
Total 6 of 13 1,489 4,425
Updated 11:14 AM
13th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Framingham 1 of 1 0 0
Marlborough 4 of 4 1,249 2,835
Sudbury 6 of 6 3,315 5,429
Wayland 3 of 3 1,482 3,413
Total 14 of 14 6,046 11,677
Updated 11:14 AM
15th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Lexington 9 of 9 4,147 10,686
Woburn 4 of 4 1,379 3,237
Total 13 of 13 5,526 13,923
Updated 11:14 AM
23rd Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Arlington 0 of 16 0 0
Medford 0 of 3 0 0
Total 0 of 19 0 0
Updated 11:14 AM
24th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Arlington 0 of 5 0 0
Belmont 8 of 8 3,098 7,994
Cambridge 2 of 2 433 1,620
Total 10 of 15 3,531 9,614
Updated 11:14 AM
29th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Cambridge 5 of 5 1,287 6,185
Watertown 9 of 9 2,065 7,950
Total 14 of 14 3,352 14,135
Updated 11:14 AM
32nd Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Malden 1 of 1 327 1,024
Melrose 14 of 14 3,210 8,962
Wakefield 3 of 3 1,407 3,623
Total 18 of 18 4,944 13,609
Updated 11:14 AM
1st Middlesex & Norfolk State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Brookline 16 of 16 4,929 18,275
Newton 32 of 32 8,839 26,597
Wellesley 5 of 5 3,397 4,631
Total 53 of 53 17,165 49,503
Updated 11:14 AM
Middlesex & Suffolk State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Boston 0 of 14 0 0
Cambridge 2 of 18 331 2,249
Chelsea 16 of 16 1,535 5,232
Everett 12 of 12 2,811 7,305
Total 30 of 60 4,677 14,786
Updated 11:14 AM
7th Norfolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Milton 8 of 8 3,475 6,870
Randolph 7 of 7 1,598 5,499
Total 15 of 15 5,073 12,369
Updated 11:14 AM
12th Norfolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Norwood 9 of 9 3,058 8,412
Walpole 4 of 4 1,851 4,052
Total 13 of 13 4,909 12,464
Updated 11:14 AM
Norfolk & Suffolk State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Boston 0 of 32 0 0
Dedham 7 of 7 3,081 6,825
Dover 1 of 1 1,366 1,515
Needham 5 of 5 2,150 4,715
Norwood 9 of 9 0 0
Westwood 4 of 4 2,518 4,509
Total 26 of 58 9,115 17,564
Updated 11:14 AM
3rd Plymouth State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Cohasset 2 of 2 1,492 2,381
Hingham 6 of 6 3,593 6,159
Hull 3 of 3 1,188 3,904
Scituate 1 of 1 0 0
Total 12 of 12 6,273 12,444
Updated 11:14 AM
8th Plymouth State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Bridgewater 7 of 7 2,768 7,115
Raynham 6 of 6 1,609 4,111
Total 13 of 13 4,377 11,226
Updated 11:14 AM
1st Suffolk State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Boston 0 of 77 0 0
Total 0 of 77 0 0
Updated 11:14 AM
2nd Suffolk State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Boston 0 of 70 0 0
Total 0 of 70 0 0
Updated 11:14 AM
1st Suffolk & Middlesex State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Boston 0 of 25 0 0
Cambridge 3 of 7 805 3,655
Revere 21 of 21 3,132 8,689
Winthrop 6 of 6 1,792 5,186
Total 30 of 59 5,729 17,530
Updated 11:14 AM
2nd Suffolk & Middlesex State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Belmont 8 of 8 3,066 8,217
Boston 0 of 36 0 0
Watertown 12 of 12 2,913 10,591
Total 20 of 56 5,979 18,808
Updated 11:14 AM

Support overturn of Citizens United

Summary: Should the legislator from this district be instructed to vote for a resolution calling on Congress to propose a constitutional amendment specifying that corporations are not entitled to the constitutional rights of humans, and that both Congress and the states may limit political contributions and spending?

3rd Barnstable State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Bourne 4 of 4 1,167 3,564
Falmouth 5 of 5 1,966 6,554
Mashpee 5 of 5 1,714 5,047
Total 14 of 14 4,847 15,165
Updated 11:14 AM
Barnstable, Dukes & Nantucket State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Aquinnah 1 of 1 32 226
Chilmark 1 of 1 76 558
Edgartown 1 of 1 412 1,653
Falmouth 4 of 4 1,966 6,554
Gosnold 1 of 1 4 67
Nantucket 1 of 1 1,098 3,896
Oak Bluffs 1 of 1 428 1,765
Tisbury 1 of 1 380 1,742
West Tisbury 1 of 1 238 1,483
Total 12 of 12 4,634 17,944
Updated 11:14 AM
Berkshire, Hampshire, Franklin & Hampden State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Adams 5 of 5 718 2,564
Alford 1 of 1 69 200
Ashfield 1 of 1 101 851
Becket 1 of 1 135 717
Blandford 1 of 1 138 388
Buckland 1 of 1 139 789
Charlemont 1 of 1 95 454
Cheshire 1 of 1 326 1,030
Chester 1 of 1 146 376
Chesterfield 1 of 1 112 475
Clarksburg 1 of 1 159 549
Conway 1 of 1 141 905
Cummington 1 of 1 54 381
Dalton 2 of 2 720 2,252
Egremont 1 of 1 103 585
Florida 1 of 1 58 244
Goshen 1 of 1 97 407
Great Barrington 4 of 4 469 2,621
Hancock 1 of 1 74 218
Hawley 1 of 1 48 133
Heath 1 of 1 54 287
Hinsdale 1 of 1 192 660
Huntington 1 of 1 187 708
Lanesborough 1 of 1 264 1,031
Lee 1 of 1 534 1,828
Lenox 1 of 1 437 2,020
Middlefield 1 of 1 46 213
Monroe 1 of 1 10 33
Monterey 1 of 1 51 413
Mount Washington 1 of 1 5 89
New Ashford 1 of 1 25 96
New Marlborough 1 of 1 133 563
North Adams 5 of 5 1,003 3,698
Otis 1 of 1 131 580
Peru 1 of 1 74 310
Pittsfield 14 of 14 3,490 12,308
Plainfield 1 of 1 57 271
Richmond 1 of 1 138 635
Rowe 1 of 1 42 151
Sandisfield 1 of 1 85 292
Savoy 1 of 1 62 222
Sheffield 1 of 1 276 1,234
Shelburne 1 of 1 117 874
Stockbridge 1 of 1 151 872
Tyringham 1 of 1 30 155
Washington 1 of 1 42 223
Westhampton 1 of 1 206 696
West Stockbridge 1 of 1 82 607
Williamsburg 1 of 1 181 1,259
Williamstown 3 of 3 494 2,823
Windsor 1 of 1 90 342
Worthington 1 of 1 100 480
Total 79 of 79 12,691 52,112
Updated 11:14 AM
Cape & Islands State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Aquinnah 1 of 1 30 231
Barnstable 13 of 13 5,149 15,997
Brewster 3 of 3 1,135 4,293
Chatham 1 of 1 868 2,988
Chilmark 1 of 1 72 549
Dennis 5 of 5 1,799 5,839
Eastham 1 of 1 644 2,578
Edgartown 1 of 1 438 1,669
Gosnold 1 of 1 6 67
Harwich 4 of 4 1,514 5,454
Mashpee 5 of 5 1,701 5,130
Nantucket 1 of 1 1,071 3,998
Oak Bluffs 1 of 1 454 1,786
Orleans 1 of 1 815 3,010
Provincetown 1 of 1 207 1,807
Tisbury 1 of 1 380 1,769
Truro 1 of 1 190 1,047
Wellfleet 1 of 1 276 1,631
West Tisbury 1 of 1 229 1,473
Yarmouth 7 of 7 2,614 8,760
Total 51 of 51 19,592 70,076
Updated 11:14 AM
1st Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Amesbury 6 of 6 1,514 5,558
Newburyport 7 of 7 1,753 7,330
Salisbury 3 of 3 868 2,682
Total 16 of 16 4,135 15,570
Updated 11:14 AM
2nd Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Boxford 2 of 2 1,254 1,693
Georgetown 3 of 3 1,860 2,637
Groveland 2 of 2 893 2,408
Haverhill 2 of 2 630 1,933
Merrimac 2 of 2 1,229 2,148
Newbury 2 of 2 931 3,023
West Newbury 1 of 1 924 1,594
Total 14 of 14 7,721 15,436
Updated 11:14 AM
3rd Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Haverhill 14 of 14 3,449 9,283
Total 14 of 14 3,449 9,283
Updated 11:14 AM
4th Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Hamilton 3 of 3 932 2,978
Ipswich 4 of 4 1,638 5,444
Manchester 1 of 1 690 2,339
Rowley 1 of 1 1,205 2,017
Topsfield 1 of 1 880 2,383
Wenham 1 of 1 539 1,539
Total 11 of 11 5,884 16,700
Updated 11:14 AM
5th Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Essex 1 of 1 363 1,338
Gloucester 10 of 10 2,808 9,879
Rockport 3 of 3 734 3,138
Total 14 of 14 3,905 14,355
Updated 11:14 AM
6th Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Beverly 12 of 12 4,080 13,383
Total 12 of 12 4,080 13,383
Updated 11:14 AM
7th Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Salem 14 of 14 4,060 12,664
Total 14 of 14 4,060 12,664
Updated 11:14 AM
8th Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Lynn 0 of 2 0 0
Marblehead 6 of 6 2,385 8,017
Swampscott 6 of 6 1,381 5,239
Total 12 of 14 3,766 13,256
Updated 11:14 AM
11th Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Lynn 0 of 11 0 0
Nahant 1 of 1 369 1,613
Total 1 of 12 369 1,613
Updated 11:14 AM
15th Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Haverhill 4 of 4 1,115 3,256
Methuen 8 of 8 3,617 8,403
Total 12 of 12 4,732 11,659
Updated 11:14 AM
Hampshire, Franklin & Worcester State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Amherst 10 of 10 1,641 11,458
Bernardston 1 of 1 162 810
Colrain 1 of 1 118 631
Deerfield 1 of 1 421 2,154
Erving 1 of 1 150 518
Gill 1 of 1 115 617
Greenfield 9 of 9 1,206 6,079
Hadley 1 of 1 481 2,127
Hatfield 1 of 1 357 1,399
Leverett 1 of 1 97 969
Leyden 1 of 1 64 351
Montague 6 of 6 585 2,930
New Salem 1 of 1 89 410
Northampton 14 of 14 1,541 12,411
Northfield 1 of 1 242 1,163
Orange 2 of 2 635 2,006
Pelham 1 of 1 75 690
Royalston 2 of 2 125 452
Shutesbury 1 of 1 105 973
South Hadley 5 of 5 1,656 5,632
Sunderland 1 of 1 265 1,364
Warwick 1 of 1 63 297
Wendell 1 of 1 36 441
Whately 1 of 1 131 625
Total 65 of 65 10,360 56,507
Updated 11:14 AM
3rd Middlesex State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Bedford 4 of 4 1,326 4,966
Carlisle 1 of 1 627 2,201
Chelmsford 9 of 9 3,738 12,042
Concord 5 of 5 1,780 7,533
Lexington 3 of 3 877 3,874
Lincoln 2 of 2 605 2,651
Sudbury 4 of 4 1,302 4,083
Waltham 7 of 18 1,670 5,291
Weston 4 of 4 1,390 4,027
Total 39 of 50 13,315 46,668
Updated 11:14 AM
11th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Newton 15 of 15 3,048 13,888
Total 15 of 15 3,048 13,888
Updated 11:14 AM
12th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Newton 15 of 15 3,136 13,721
Total 15 of 15 3,136 13,721
Updated 11:14 AM
15th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Lexington 9 of 9 2,652 12,210
Woburn 4 of 4 1,244 3,287
Total 13 of 13 3,896 15,497
Updated 11:14 AM
23rd Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Arlington 0 of 16 0 0
Medford 0 of 3 0 0
Total 0 of 19 0 0
Updated 11:14 AM
24th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Arlington 0 of 5 0 0
Belmont 8 of 8 2,441 8,836
Cambridge 2 of 2 416 1,663
Total 10 of 15 2,857 10,499
Updated 11:14 AM
25th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Cambridge 11 of 13 1,634 12,015
Total 11 of 13 1,634 12,015
Updated 11:14 AM
26th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Cambridge 9 of 9 1,697 8,134
Somerville 0 of 4 0 0
Total 9 of 13 1,697 8,134
Updated 11:14 AM
27th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Somerville 11 of 11 4,967 24,934
Total 11 of 11 4,967 24,934
Updated 11:14 AM
29th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Cambridge 5 of 5 1,054 6,649
Watertown 9 of 9 1,882 8,246
Total 14 of 14 2,936 14,895
Updated 11:14 AM
32nd Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Malden 1 of 1 315 1,003
Melrose 14 of 14 2,475 9,629
Wakefield 3 of 3 1,082 3,887
Total 18 of 18 3,872 14,519
Updated 11:14 AM
34th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Medford 3 of 6 1,046 3,796
Somerville 0 of 6 0 0
Total 3 of 12 1,046 3,796
Updated 11:14 AM
Middlesex & Worcester State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Acton 6 of 6 1,678 7,065
Ayer 2 of 2 736 2,338
Boxborough 1 of 1 527 1,965
Harvard 1 of 1 652 2,439
Hudson 7 of 7 1,845 5,877
Littleton 3 of 3 1,873 3,365
Marlborough 14 of 14 3,339 10,017
Maynard 4 of 4 1,004 3,933
Northborough 1 of 1 397 1,359
Shirley 1 of 1 683 1,926
Southborough 3 of 3 1,115 3,685
Stow 2 of 2 741 2,897
Sudbury 1 of 2 355 1,305
Westborough 5 of 5 1,585 5,774
Total 51 of 52 16,530 53,945
Updated 11:14 AM
13th Norfolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Dover 1 of 1 875 2,015
Medfield 2 of 2 788 2,129
Needham 10 of 10 2,982 10,542
Total 13 of 13 4,645 14,686
Updated 11:14 AM
15th Norfolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Brookline 11 of 11 2,365 13,695
Total 11 of 11 2,365 13,695
Updated 11:14 AM
Norfolk, Bristol & Middlesex State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Attleboro 5 of 5 1,608 5,011
Franklin 5 of 5 2,079 6,524
Millis 3 of 3 950 2,915
Natick 4 of 4 1,343 5,215
Needham 5 of 5 1,399 5,340
Norfolk 3 of 3 1,061 3,504
North Attleborough 9 of 9 3,036 8,710
Plainville 3 of 3 914 2,697
Sherborn 1 of 1 520 1,689
Wayland 4 of 4 1,338 5,392
Wellesley 3 of 3 793 2,929
Wrentham 3 of 3 1,247 3,987
Total 48 of 48 16,288 53,913
Updated 11:14 AM
3rd Suffolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Boston 10 of 10 2,937 11,232
Total 10 of 10 2,937 11,232
Updated 11:14 AM
4th Suffolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Boston 19 of 19 3,673 11,013
Total 19 of 19 3,673 11,013
Updated 11:14 AM
8th Suffolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Boston 10 of 10 2,170 6,616
Cambridge 5 of 5 772 4,515
Total 15 of 15 2,942 11,131
Updated 11:14 AM
11th Suffolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Boston 19 of 19 2,841 12,244
Total 19 of 19 2,841 12,244
Updated 11:14 AM
15th Suffolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Boston 17 of 17 2,241 11,053
Brookline 1 of 1 225 1,363
Total 18 of 18 2,466 12,416
Updated 11:14 AM

Regulate and tax marijuana

Summary: Should the state representative from this district be instructed to vote in favor of legislation that would allow the state to regulate and tax marijuana in the same manner as alcohol?

2nd Berkshire State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Bernardston 1 of 1 286 733
Charlemont 1 of 1 130 422
Colrain 1 of 1 200 544
Dalton 2 of 2 1,009 2,025
Greenfield 9 of 9 1,916 5,513
Hawley 1 of 1 46 132
Heath 1 of 1 109 235
Hinsdale 1 of 1 243 630
Leyden 1 of 1 103 309
Monroe 1 of 1 17 29
Northfield 1 of 1 427 995
Peru 1 of 1 74 310
Pittsfield 1 of 1 377 819
Rowe 1 of 1 51 140
Savoy 1 of 1 90 212
Windsor 1 of 1 144 292
Total 25 of 25 5,222 13,340
Updated 11:14 AM
1st Essex & Middlesex State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Boxford 3 of 3 1,844 2,751
Essex 1 of 1 519 1,173
Georgetown 3 of 3 1,411 2,916
Gloucester 10 of 10 4,431 8,778
Groveland 2 of 2 1,418 2,051
Hamilton 3 of 3 1,582 2,468
Ipswich 4 of 4 2,534 3,854
Manchester 1 of 1 1,053 2,063
Middleton 2 of 2 1,657 2,375
Newbury 2 of 2 1,412 2,708
North Andover 4 of 4 2,732 3,817
North Reading 4 of 4 3,134 4,329
Rockport 3 of 3 1,271 2,723
Rowley 1 of 1 753 2,356
Wenham 1 of 1 851 1,298
West Newbury 1 of 1 790 1,626
Wilmington 6 of 6 4,472 6,085
Total 51 of 51 31,864 53,371
Updated 11:14 AM
2nd Middlesex State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Cambridge 9 of 9 3,089 9,993
Medford 16 of 16 7,134 15,695
Somerville 0 of 21 0 0
Winchester 4 of 4 2,057 3,532
Total 29 of 50 12,280 29,220
Updated 11:14 AM
Middlesex & Suffolk State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Boston 14 of 14 3,303 9,299
Cambridge 18 of 18 4,205 15,951
Chelsea 16 of 16 2,323 4,191
Everett 12 of 12 4,170 6,116
Total 60 of 60 14,001 35,557
Updated 11:14 AM

Summary: Should the state representative from this district be instructed to vote for a resolution calling on Congress to repeal the federal prohibition of marijuana, so that states may regulate it as they choose?

8th Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Lynn 0 of 2 0 0
Marblehead 6 of 6 3,581 7,128
Swampscott 6 of 6 2,321 4,500
Total 12 of 14 5,902 11,628
Updated 11:14 AM
22nd Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Billerica 11 of 11 7,726 8,920
Total 11 of 11 7,726 8,920
Updated 11:14 AM

Require photo ID for voting

Summary: Should the state representative in this district be instructed to favor legislation that would require voters to show a government-issued photo ID, such as a driver's license or passport, before casting their ballots?

1st Bristol State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Foxborough 5 of 5 2,268 6,419
Mansfield 3 of 3 857 2,220
Norton 3 of 3 1,989 6,216
Total 11 of 11 5,114 14,855
Updated 11:14 AM
4th Bristol State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Norton 0 of 2 0 0
Rehoboth 3 of 3 1,431 4,301
Seekonk 4 of 4 1,509 5,109
Swansea 2 of 2 718 2,185
Total 9 of 11 3,658 11,595
Updated 11:14 AM
6th Bristol State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Fall River 14 of 14 3,307 8,466
Freetown 1 of 1 321 1,067
Total 15 of 15 3,628 9,533
Updated 11:14 AM

Require judges to face vote

Summary: Should the state representative from this district be instructed to vote in favor of a state constitutional amendment that would place judges' names on the ballot every six years for a yes or no vote on whether they should remain on the bench? Judges could neither raise money nor campaign actively.

9th Bristol State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Dartmouth 9 of 9 3,882 9,050
New Bedford 3 of 3 864 1,665
Total 12 of 12 4,746 10,715
Updated 11:14 AM
14th Bristol State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Attleboro 1 of 1 417 973
Mansfield 2 of 2 482 1,166
North Attleborough 9 of 9 3,323 8,494
Total 12 of 12 4,222 10,633
Updated 11:14 AM
10th Norfolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Franklin 8 of 8 1,443 3,729
Medway 3 of 3 1,273 3,232
Total 11 of 11 2,716 6,961
Updated 11:14 AM

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Key to party abbreviations

AIP -- American Independent
AmC -- American Constitution
AmE -- Americans Elect
AmP -- America's Party
ATP -- American Third Position
Cnl -- Constitutional
Con -- Conservative
CST -- Constitution
DCG -- DC Statehood Green
Dem -- Democratic
GOP -- Republican
GRP -- Grass Roots
Grn -- Green
IAP -- Independent American
IGr -- Independent Green
Ind -- independent
Inp -- Independence
IP -- Independent Party
IPD -- Independent Party of Delaware
JP -- Justice Party
Lib -- Libertarian
LUn -- Liberty Union
Mnt -- Mountain
NLP -- Natural Law
NMI -- New Mexico Independent
NPA -- No party affiliation
NPD -- No party designation
Obj -- Objectivist
Oth -- Other
PAG -- Pacific Green
PEC -- Petitioning candidate
PFP -- Peace & Freedom
Prg -- Progressive
Pro -- Prohibition
PSL -- Party of Socialism and Liberation
RP -- Reform
SEP -- Socialist Equality
Soc -- Socialist
SPU -- Socialist USA
SWP -- Socialist Workers
Una -- Unaffiliated
Unr -- Unenrolled
UST -- Taxpayers
WTP -- We the People
WYC -- Wyoming Country