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WINNERS: Mahon, Dunn, LaCourt, Lucarelli, Curro, Heigham, Hayner

Dan Dunn is the new face on the Board of Selectmen, as he and Diane Mahon won reelection with ease and Annie LaCourt had a less-easy victory. For town clerk, Stephanie Lucarelli swamped Jack Hurd by more than 1,200 votes. For School Committee, Joe Curro and Leba Heigham were easily reelected, and newcomer Bill Hayner won the third seat. Curro had the most votes of candidates for key offices, with 4,779.

In the annual Town Election held Saturday, April 2, 7,466 Arlington residents of 29,038 registered cast ballots, or 25.7 percent. That compares with 6,068 in 2010, or 20.5 percent. Here are the unofficial results of main offices. The town website reports results of all precincts, including Town Meeting members (.PDF):

TOWN CLERK(elect one to 3-year term) SELECTMEN(two seek three -year terms)

Stephanie Lucarelli

Stephanie L. Lucarelli:
4,134

John Hurd

Jack W. Hurd:
2,932

Diane Mahon

Diane M. Mahon:
4,485

Dan Dunn

Daniel J. Dunn:
4,247

Maria Romano

Maria A. Romano:
3,065

SELECTMEN
(elect one to one-year term)
SCHOOL COMMITTEE
(elect two to three-year terms)
Joseph Curran

Joseph E. Curran:
3,152

Annie LaCourt

Annie LaCourt:
3,856

William Hayner

William Hayner:
3,983

Joe Curro

Joseph A.
Curro Jr.:
4,779

Jim DolanJames L. Dolan:
2,707
Leba HeighamLeba Heigham:
3,523

Unopposed for a three-year term as town treasurer, incumbent Stephen J. Gilligan received 5,094 votes. 

Unopposed for a three-year term as assessor, Mary Winstanley O’Connor received 4,766 votes.

Unopposed for a five-year term on the Housing Authority, Nicholas C. Mitropoulos had 4,852 votes.

Write-in winners of Town Meeting seats are:

Precinct 2: Maureen T. O’Neil, 55 Mott St., 31 Votes

Precinct 4: Joseph M. Marshall, 72 Varnum St., 6 Votes

Precinct 9: Stephen M. Liggett, 25 Hayes St., 55 Votes

Precinct 11: Leba Heigham, 82 Richfield Road, 23 Votes

Precinct 15: Victoria P. Ford, 16 Twin Circle Drive, 61 Votes

Precinct 18: John W. Canniff, 71 Hathaway Circle, 8 Votes

Precinct 21: Zarina G. Memon, 15 Sunset Road, 38 Votes

Town election turnouts for the past 10 years: 

2010: 6,068 

2009: 7,538 (included four ballot questions on the sale of alcohol) 

2008: 6,732

2007: 5,963

2006: 8,135 (included three ballot questions on the sale of alcohol)

2005: 7,250

2004: (results not posted on town website, but the only contested townwide race was for housing authority

2003: 5,470

2002: 5,566

2001: 7,505 (included debt exclusion vote for Symmes acquisition) 

2000: 10,711 (included debt exclusion vote for schools)


 Election info (town Web site) | Election calendar 


Previous town elections: Town Web site election link

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