Here are the unofficial results of the statewide and local ballot questions decided by Massachusetts voters in the Nov. 2, 2010, general election.

Yes
52%

1,142,713 votes

No
48%

1,054,723 votes

Summary: Should alcoholic beverages be exempt from the state sales tax in cases where their sale or import is already subject to state excise taxes? Read more

Town-by-town results, interactive map

No
58%

1,249,675 votes

Yes
42%

896,669 votes

Summary: Should voters repeal the law allowing developers of projects that include low- or moderate-income housing to apply for a single comprehensive permit from a city or town’s zoning board? Read more

Town-by-town results and interactive map

No
57%

1,268,347 votes

Yes
43%

964,210 votes

Summary: Should the state reduce the state sales and use tax rates from 6.25% to 3% as of Jan. 1, 2011? Read more


Town-by-town results and interactive map

LOCAL BALLOT QUESTIONS

Winner Winners declared by the Associated Press are marked by a checkmark.

Raise or lower taxes

Barnstable

Summary: Should Barnstable increase real estate and personal property taxes by $750,000 to fund the sewer system stabilization fund?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Barnstable 13 of 13 13,862 5,235
Total 13 of 13 13,862 5,235
Updated 10:05 AM
Barnstable

Summary: Should Barnstable be allowed to assess an $3 million in real estate and personal property taxes to create a stabilization fund for purchasing, laying out, and improving certain private streets?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Barnstable 13 of 13 15,612 3,469
Total 13 of 13 15,612 3,469
Updated 10:05 AM
Boxford

Summary: Should Boxford override Proposition 2 1/2 to pay for the bond issued to finance the design, construction, and equipping of a new public library?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Boxford 0 of 3 0 0
Total 0 of 3 0 0
Updated 10:05 AM
Dighton

Summary: Should Dighton override Proposition 2 1/2 to pay for the bond issued to finance the design, construction, and equipping of a new public library?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Dighton 1 of 1 1,629 1,011
Total 1 of 1 1,629 1,011
Updated 10:05 AM
Granby

Summary: Should Granby override Proposition 2 1/2 to pay for the bond issued to build a new school on East State Street?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Granby 1 of 1 1,532 1,472
Total 1 of 1 1,532 1,472
Updated 10:05 AM
Hanson

Summary: Should Hanson override Proposition 2 1/2 to pay for the town's share of bonds issued to finance a study of how best to renovate Maquan Elementary School?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Hanson 3 of 3 1,903 2,161
Total 3 of 3 1,903 2,161
Updated 10:05 AM
Hardwick

Summary: Should Hardwick override Proposition 2 1/2 to pay for the bonds issued to finance its share of the Quabbin Regional School District Educational Support Center construction project?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Hardwick 1 of 1 484 451
Total 1 of 1 484 451
Updated 10:05 AM
Hardwick

Summary: Should Hardwick override Proposition 2 1/2 to pay for bonds issued to finance upgrades to the Hardwick Center water system?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Hardwick 1 of 1 488 454
Total 1 of 1 488 454
Updated 10:05 AM
Hubbardston

Summary: Should Hubbardston override Proposition 2 1/2 to raise $90,649 to pay for cleanup of the December 2008 ice storm?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Hubbardston 1 of 1 1,406 604
Total 1 of 1 1,406 604
Updated 10:05 AM
Hudson

Summary: Should Hudson override Proposition 2 1/2 to pay for the bond issued to fund a new middle school?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Hudson 7 of 7 2,829 4,313
Total 7 of 7 2,829 4,313
Updated 10:05 AM
Northampton

Summary: Should Northampton override Proposition 2 1/2 to pay for the bond issued to finance a news police station?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Northampton 14 of 14 4,515 6,632
Total 14 of 14 4,515 6,632
Updated 10:05 AM
Northbridge

Summary: Should Northbridge override Proposition 2 1/2 to pay for the bond issued to fund the design and construction of a DPW facility?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Northbridge 4 of 4 2,873 2,045
Total 4 of 4 2,873 2,045
Updated 10:05 AM
Sandwich

Summary: Should Sandwich override Proposition 2 1/2 to pay for the bond issued to finance the remodeling of town buildings?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Sandwich 7 of 7 5,363 3,736
Total 7 of 7 5,363 3,736
Updated 10:05 AM
West Newbury

Summary: Should West Newbury reduce the amount of real estate and personal property taxes this fiscal year by $170,000?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
West Newbury 1 of 1 445 1,681
Total 1 of 1 445 1,681
Updated 10:05 AM
Whately

Summary: Should Whately override Proposition 2 1/2 to raise $60,000 to fund the municipal capital stabilization fund in FY2011?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Whately 1 of 1 510 249
Total 1 of 1 510 249
Updated 10:05 AM
6th Hampden State House

Summary: Should the state representative from this district be instructed to vote in favor of legislation that would lower the sales tax to 5 percent?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Chicopee 5 of 5 942 1,751
Sterling 0 of 1 0 0
West Springfield 8 of 8 2,572 5,191
Total 13 of 14 3,514 6,942
Updated 10:05 AM

Change town or county charter

Barnstable County

Summary: Should the revisions to the Barnstable County Charter be adopted?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Barnstable 13 of 13 4,311 12,670
Bourne 6 of 6 1,350 5,184
Brewster 3 of 3 839 3,468
Chatham 2 of 2 497 2,734
Dennis 5 of 5 1,249 5,088
Eastham 1 of 1 463 2,185
Falmouth 9 of 9 2,309 10,092
Harwich 4 of 4 1,043 4,530
Mashpee 5 of 5 1,078 4,243
Orleans 2 of 2 577 2,627
Provincetown 1 of 1 309 1,164
Sandwich 7 of 7 1,714 6,257
Truro 1 of 1 223 793
Wellfleet 1 of 1 348 1,126
Yarmouth 7 of 7 1,988 7,249
Total 67 of 67 18,298 69,410
Updated 10:05 AM
Franklin

Summary: Approve modifications to the Franklin town charter, mostly to comply with current law or reflect current municipal practice. Among the changes are a redefinition of the duties of the Town Council clerk, and clarification of the town administrator's authorities and duties.

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Franklin 8 of 8 2,596 8,443
Total 8 of 8 2,596 8,443
Updated 10:05 AM
Franklin

Summary: Should Franklin's town treasurer-collector be appointed rather than elected?

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Franklin 8 of 8 7,421 4,339
Total 8 of 8 7,421 4,339
Updated 10:05 AM
Palmer

Summary: Should Palmer reduce the size of its Town Council from 9 to 7 members, shorten the terms of all elected officials from 4 to 3 years, and make other changes to town government?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Palmer 4 of 4 1,328 2,518
Total 4 of 4 1,328 2,518
Updated 10:05 AM
Plymouth County

Summary: Should a charter study commission be created to make recommendations concerning the form and structure of Plymouth County government?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Abington 4 of 4 2,758 2,826
Bridgewater 7 of 7 3,548 4,453
Brockton 28 of 28 9,036 9,649
Carver 3 of 3 2,186 1,899
Duxbury 6 of 6 3,346 3,447
East Bridgewater 4 of 4 2,410 2,258
Halifax 2 of 2 1,454 1,350
Hanover 4 of 4 2,930 2,866
Hanson 3 of 3 2,086 1,962
Hingham 7 of 7 5,708 5,120
Hull 3 of 3 1,861 2,250
Kingston 4 of 4 2,454 2,479
Lakeville 3 of 3 2,149 1,940
Marion 1 of 1 1,188 1,029
Marshfield 7 of 7 5,285 5,302
Mattapoisett 2 of 2 1,630 1,232
Middleborough 6 of 6 3,837 3,713
Norwell 3 of 3 2,264 2,341
Pembroke 5 of 5 3,586 3,227
Plymouth 14 of 14 8,828 11,692
Plympton 1 of 1 619 665
Rochester 1 of 1 1,218 873
Rockland 6 of 6 3,034 2,985
Scituate 6 of 6 3,822 3,973
Wareham 6 of 6 3,355 3,667
West Bridgewater 2 of 2 1,315 1,279
Whitman 4 of 4 2,556 2,417
Total 142 of 142 84,463 86,894
Updated 10:05 AM

Liquor licenses

Arlington

Summary: Should Arlington selectmen be authorized to convert up to 3 licenses for the sale of wine and beer into licenses for the sale of all alcoholic beverages?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Arlington 21 of 21 6,439 12,094
Total 21 of 21 6,439 12,094
Updated 10:05 AM
Pepperell

Summary: Should Pepperell be allowed to grant licenses for restaurants to serve all alcoholic beverages instead of the current restriction to beer and wine only?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Pepperell 3 of 3 940 3,844
Total 3 of 3 940 3,844
Updated 10:05 AM

Community Preservation Act

Belmont

Summary: Should Belmont adopt the Community Preservation Act and establish a property tax surcharge of 1.5 percent? The funds raised would be matched by the state and can be used for acquiring land for open space or recreation, as well as affordable housing, and historical preservation.

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Belmont 8 of 8 5,163 5,371
Total 8 of 8 5,163 5,371
Updated 10:05 AM
Gosnold

Summary: Should Gosnold adopt the Community Preservation Act and establish a property tax surcharge of 1.5 percent? The funds raised would be matched by the state and can be used for acquiring land for open space or recreation, as well as affordable housing, and historical preservation.

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Gosnold 1 of 1 23 43
Total 1 of 1 23 43
Updated 10:05 AM
Marlborough

Summary: Should Marlborough adopt the Community Preservation Act and establish a property tax surcharge of 2 percent? The funds raised would be matched by the state and can be used for acquiring land for open space or recreation, as well as affordable housing, and historical preservation.

City or town Precincts
reporting
Winner No Yes
Marlborough 14 of 14 5,774 5,330
Total 14 of 14 5,774 5,330
Updated 10:05 AM
Middleborough

Summary: Should Middleborough adopt the Community Preservation Act and establish a property tax surcharge of 1 percent? The funds raised would be matched by the state and can be used for acquiring land for open space or recreation, as well as affordable housing, and historical preservation.

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Middleborough 6 of 6 3,795 4,371
Total 6 of 6 3,795 4,371
Updated 10:05 AM
Sunderland

Summary: Should Sunderland adopt the Community Preservation Act and establish a property tax surcharge of 3 percent? The funds raised would be matched by the state and can be used for acquiring land for open space or recreation, as well as affordable housing, and historical preservation.

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Sunderland 1 of 1 489 781
Total 1 of 1 489 781
Updated 10:05 AM

Transportation

37th Middlesex State House

Summary: Should the state representative from this district be instructed to vote in favor of legislation that would accelerate the completion of improvements to Route 2 between Routes 495 and 128?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Acton 3 of 3 755 3,633
Boxborough 1 of 1 196 1,951
Harvard 1 of 1 370 2,289
Lancaster 1 of 1 141 889
Lunenburg 4 of 4 571 3,539
Shirley 1 of 1 319 1,910
Total 11 of 11 2,352 14,211
Updated 10:05 AM
Gardner

Summary: Should Gardner adopt a provision of state law allowing it to spend money to remove snow and ice from private streets if they are open to public use?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Gardner 11 of 11 1,485 4,464
Total 11 of 11 1,485 4,464
Updated 10:05 AM

Regulate 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?

Barnstable, Dukes & Nantucket State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Aquinnah 1 of 1 59 145
Chilmark 1 of 1 163 353
Edgartown 1 of 1 571 1,087
Falmouth 4 of 4 2,355 3,840
Gosnold 0 of 1 0 0
Nantucket 1 of 1 1,382 3,050
Oak Bluffs 1 of 1 659 1,224
Tisbury 1 of 1 556 1,225
West Tisbury 1 of 1 325 1,009
Total 11 of 12 6,070 11,933
Updated 10:05 AM
7th Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Salem 14 of 14 5,361 6,877
Total 14 of 14 5,361 6,877
Updated 10:05 AM
8th Essex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Lynn 2 of 2 644 722
Marblehead 7 of 7 3,999 5,185
Swampscott 6 of 6 2,608 3,471
Total 15 of 15 7,251 9,378
Updated 10:05 AM
1st Franklin State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Belchertown 2 of 2 797 1,478
Chesterfield 1 of 1 147 340
Conway 1 of 1 273 618
Deerfield 1 of 1 736 1,317
Goshen 1 of 1 151 282
Huntington 1 of 1 284 507
Leverett 1 of 1 205 712
Montague 6 of 6 909 1,886
New Salem 1 of 1 150 267
Pelham 1 of 1 128 501
Shutesbury 1 of 1 212 642
Sunderland 1 of 1 422 814
Wendell 1 of 1 71 334
Whately 1 of 1 239 487
Williamsburg 1 of 1 322 811
Worthington 1 of 1 165 381
Total 22 of 22 5,211 11,377
Updated 10:05 AM
3rd Hampshire State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Amherst 10 of 10 1,827 5,268
Granby 1 of 1 1,239 1,575
Total 11 of 11 3,066 6,843
Updated 10:05 AM
1st Middlesex & Norfolk State Senate
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Brookline 16 of 16 4,255 10,431
Newton 31 of 31 11,842 19,131
Wellesley 4 of 4 3,134 3,334
Total 51 of 51 19,231 32,896
Updated 10:05 AM
3rd Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Bolton 1 of 1 1,020 1,132
Hudson 7 of 7 3,372 3,689
Maynard 4 of 4 1,715 2,379
Stow 1 of 1 1,398 1,686
Total 13 of 13 7,505 8,886
Updated 10:05 AM
13th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Lincoln 3 of 3 421 930
Sudbury 5 of 5 2,993 4,476
Wayland 4 of 4 2,085 3,611
Total 12 of 12 5,499 9,017
Updated 10:05 AM
13th Norfolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Dover 1 of 1 1,274 1,343
Medfield 2 of 2 1,121 1,606
Needham 10 of 10 5,906 6,784
Total 13 of 13 8,301 9,733
Updated 10:05 AM

Medical marijuana

Summary: Should the state representative from this district be instructed to vote in favor of legislation that would allow patients, with their doctor's written recommendation, to possess, grow, and purchase marijuana for their personal medical use?

2nd Bristol State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Attleboro 11 of 11 4,256 6,560
Total 11 of 11 4,256 6,560
Updated 10:05 AM
14th Bristol State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Attleboro 1 of 1 512 739
Mansfield 2 of 2 995 1,559
North Attleborough 9 of 9 3,689 5,745
Norton 1 of 1 0 0
Total 13 of 13 5,196 8,043
Updated 10:05 AM
1st Hampden State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Brimfield 1 of 1 668 822
Holland 1 of 1 347 548
Palmer 4 of 4 2,267 2,116
Sturbridge 2 of 2 1,568 2,107
Wales 1 of 1 250 426
Ware 2 of 2 921 1,099
Warren 1 of 1 645 876
Total 12 of 12 6,666 7,994
Updated 10:05 AM
9th Norfolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Medfield 2 of 2 1,124 1,344
Millis 1 of 1 373 661
Norfolk 4 of 4 1,588 2,516
Plainville 2 of 2 1,167 1,835
Walpole 0 of 1 0 0
Wrentham 3 of 3 1,723 2,684
Total 12 of 13 5,975 9,040
Updated 10:05 AM
2nd Plymouth State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Bourne 3 of 3 1,548 1,921
Carver 3 of 3 1,946 2,316
Wareham 6 of 6 3,302 3,993
Total 12 of 12 6,796 8,230
Updated 10:05 AM
3rd Plymouth State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Cohasset 2 of 2 1,368 1,987
Hingham 7 of 7 4,716 5,637
Hull 3 of 3 1,598 2,704
Scituate 1 of 1 531 763
Total 13 of 13 8,213 11,091
Updated 10:05 AM
15th Suffolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Boston 0 of 19 0 0
Brookline 1 of 1 299 718
Total 1 of 20 299 718
Updated 10:05 AM
13th Worcester State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Paxton 1 of 1 850 1,017
Worcester 10 of 10 4,262 6,257
Total 11 of 11 5,112 7,274
Updated 10:05 AM
18th Worcester State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Bellingham 5 of 5 2,160 3,645
Blackstone 3 of 3 1,067 1,867
Millville 1 of 1 377 676
Sutton 0 of 2 0 0
Uxbridge 3 of 3 1,414 2,163
Total 12 of 14 5,018 8,351
Updated 10:05 AM

Single-payer health insurance

Summary: Should the state representative from this district be instructed to support legislation establishing health care as a human right regardless of age, state of health, or employment status, by creating a single payer health insurance system like Medicare that is comprehensive, cost effective, and publicly provided to all residents of Massachusetts?

2nd Berkshire State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Ashfield 1 of 1 163 652
Becket 0 of 1 0 0
Bernardston 1 of 1 265 504
Buckland 1 of 1 199 506
Cheshire 1 of 1 389 655
Colrain 1 of 1 179 418
Cummington 1 of 1 97 289
Dalton 0 of 2 0 0
Hancock 1 of 1 95 161
Hinsdale 1 of 1 209 431
Lanesborough 1 of 1 302 646
Leyden 1 of 1 80 243
Middlefield 1 of 1 81 142
New Ashford 1 of 1 33 68
Northfield 1 of 1 377 745
Peru 1 of 1 84 177
Pittsfield 1 of 1 276 627
Plainfield 1 of 1 65 222
Richmond 1 of 1 167 506
Shelburne 1 of 1 187 586
Washington 1 of 1 174 173
Windsor 1 of 1 108 236
Total 20 of 23 3,530 7,987
Updated 10:05 AM
4th Berkshire State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Alford 1 of 1 50 153
Blandford 1 of 1 236 244
Chester 1 of 1 174 275
Egremont 1 of 1 124 448
Great Barrington 4 of 4 469 1,794
Lee 6 of 6 508 1,282
Lenox 0 of 1 0 0
Monterey 1 of 1 70 306
Mount Washington 1 of 1 14 55
New Marlborough 1 of 1 157 397
Otis 1 of 1 182 339
Pittsfield 1 of 1 250 539
Sandisfield 1 of 1 84 208
Sheffield 1 of 1 326 785
Stockbridge 1 of 1 169 618
Tolland 1 of 1 95 106
Tyringham 1 of 1 52 152
West Stockbridge 1 of 1 118 444
Total 25 of 26 3,078 8,145
Updated 10:05 AM
1st Franklin State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Belchertown 2 of 2 795 1,466
Chesterfield 1 of 1 147 340
Conway 1 of 1 232 667
Deerfield 1 of 1 633 1,405
Goshen 1 of 1 123 305
Huntington 1 of 1 307 478
Leverett 1 of 1 167 761
Montague 6 of 6 740 2,042
New Salem 1 of 1 136 286
Pelham 1 of 1 102 536
Shutesbury 1 of 1 142 723
Sunderland 1 of 1 336 893
Wendell 1 of 1 60 345
Whately 1 of 1 238 494
Williamsburg 1 of 1 292 842
Worthington 1 of 1 134 403
Total 22 of 22 4,584 11,986
Updated 10:05 AM
8th Hampden State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Chicopee 18 of 18 4,056 5,845
Total 18 of 18 4,056 5,845
Updated 10:05 AM
4th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Berlin 1 of 1 571 712
Marlborough 14 of 14 5,026 5,997
Southborough 1 of 1 735 708
Total 16 of 16 6,332 7,417
Updated 10:05 AM
13th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Lincoln 3 of 3 417 924
Sudbury 5 of 5 3,436 3,994
Wayland 4 of 4 2,329 3,308
Total 12 of 12 6,182 8,226
Updated 10:05 AM
14th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Acton 3 of 3 2,064 6,469
Carlisle 0 of 1 0 0
Chelmsford 2 of 2 1,443 1,551
Concord 5 of 5 2,954 4,851
Total 10 of 11 6,461 12,871
Updated 10:05 AM
29th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Cambridge 3 of 3 859 2,972
Watertown 11 of 11 3,032 6,212
Total 14 of 14 3,891 9,184
Updated 10:05 AM
5th Norfolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Braintree 12 of 12 6,176 6,629
Holbrook 1 of 1 369 494
Randolph 1 of 1 365 695
Total 14 of 14 6,910 7,818
Updated 10:05 AM
11th Norfork State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Dedham 7 of 7 3,871 4,905
Walpole 1 of 1 0 0
Westwood 4 of 4 3,064 3,000
Total 12 of 12 6,935 7,905
Updated 10:05 AM
12th Norfolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Norwood 0 of 9 0 0
Walpole 1 of 4 376 520
Total 1 of 13 376 520
Updated 10:05 AM
11th Suffolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Boston 0 of 17 0 0
Total 0 of 17 0 0
Updated 10:05 AM
15th Suffolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Boston 0 of 19 0 0
Brookline 1 of 1 254 783
Total 1 of 20 254 783
Updated 10:05 AM
13th Worcester State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Paxton 1 of 1 950 861
Worcester 10 of 10 4,248 6,246
Total 11 of 11 5,198 7,107
Updated 10:05 AM

Palestinian rights

Summary: Should the state representative from this district be instructed to vote in favor of a non-binding resolution calling on the federal government to support the right of all people, including non Jewish Palestinian citizens of Israel, to live free from laws that give more rights to people of one religion than another?

23rd Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Arlington 15 of 15 5,497 6,857
Medford 3 of 3 1,711 1,843
Total 18 of 18 7,208 8,700
Updated 10:05 AM
29th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Cambridge 3 of 3 1,185 2,339
Watertown 11 of 11 3,562 5,174
Total 14 of 14 4,747 7,513
Updated 10:05 AM
34th Middlesex State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Medford 6 of 6 2,229 2,365
Somerville 5 of 5 1,847 2,329
Total 11 of 11 4,076 4,694
Updated 10:05 AM
2nd Suffolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Boston 0 of 7 0 0
Chelsea 12 of 12 1,455 1,030
Total 12 of 19 1,455 1,030
Updated 10:05 AM
15th Suffolk State House
City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Boston 0 of 19 0 0
Brookline 1 of 1 335 613
Total 1 of 20 335 613
Updated 10:05 AM

Change law on nudity

3rd Berkshire State House

Summary: Should the state representative from this district be instructed to support legislation that would amend the state's definition of nudity so that no part of the female breast is included, and so that females of any age may be unclothed from the waist up in public anywhere males may be, including in print and on film?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Pittsfield 12 of 12 6,855 2,934
Total 12 of 12 6,855 2,934
Updated 10:05 AM

Global federal union

8th Suffolk State House

Summary: Should the state representative from this district be instructed to vote to amend the state constitution to allow Massachusetts voters, through a law enacted by initiative petition, to vote to delegate their powers concerning international affairs to a democratically elected legislative body of a global federal union of democratic nations?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Boston 0 of 9 0 0
Cambridge 5 of 5 1,960 1,480
Total 5 of 14 1,960 1,480
Updated 10:05 AM

Public official travel reimbursement

8th Worcester State House

Summary: Should the state representative from this district be instructed to vote in favor of legislation that would prohibit public officials and employees from being reimbursed for the same travel expenses from both public and campaign funds?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Yes
Douglas 2 of 2 550 2,320
Dudley 4 of 4 775 2,627
Oxford 1 of 1 249 767
Uxbridge 1 of 1 265 921
Webster 0 of 5 0 0
Total 8 of 13 1,839 6,635
Updated 10:05 AM

Require proof of residence

37th Middlesex State House

Summary: Should the state representative from this district be instructed to vote in favor of legislation that would require proof of legal residence in the state before an applicant could obtain publicly-funded state benefits?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Acton 3 of 3 755 3,633
Boxborough 1 of 1 282 1,875
Harvard 1 of 1 424 2,246
Lancaster 1 of 1 109 932
Lunenburg 4 of 4 297 3,882
Shirley 1 of 1 223 2,012
Total 11 of 11 2,090 14,580
Updated 10:05 AM

Sex offender sentencing

8th Worcester State House

Summary: Should the state representative from this district be instructed to vote in favor of legislation that would amend Jessica's Law by establishing strict mandatory sentencing for all sex offenders and preventing the use of alternative non-mandatory sentencing in child rape offenses?

City or town Precincts
reporting
No Winner Yes
Douglas 2 of 2 449 2,428
Dudley 4 of 4 552 2,843
Oxford 1 of 1 194 822
Uxbridge 1 of 1 209 977
Webster 0 of 5 0 0
Total 8 of 13 1,404 7,070
Updated 10:05 AM

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