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Town turnout in presidential election was 87.37%

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Town Clerk Juli Brazile has posted official election results on the town website after they were certified Nov. 18 by the secretary of state.

The town's final turnout was 87.37 percent, up from the 85.15 percent initially reported. That would be the highest turnout since 95 percent voted in the 1960 presidential election, which John F. Kennedy won.

The updated voting summary shows Biden/Harris received 82.3 percent and Trump/Pence 15.2 percent.

The 2016 turnout was 82.97 percent, with Clinton receiving 76 percent and Trump 17.45 percent.

See the final election results >> 

See the voting summary of candidates and issues >> 

The numbers changed after the counts of eligible ballots were received in the mail from inside the U.S. and from overseas voters as well as write-ins.

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