2010 Election Results

November 2, State Election Results for Dover

September 14, State Primary

956 voted out of 3780. 25.29%

Democratic Party in Blue. Republican Party in Red. Libertarian Party in Green.

FOR GOVERNOR

Deval L. Patrick, 294
Blanks, 95
Write-Ins, 11

Charles D. Baker, 524
Blanks, 0
Write-Ins, 7

Blanks, 0
Write-Ins, 0

FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

Timothy P. Murray, 287
Blanks, 109
Write-Ins, 4

Richard R. Tisei, 475
Blanks, 72
Write-Ins, 9

Blanks, 0
Write-Ins, 0

FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL

Martha Coakley, 288
Blanks, 106
Write-Ins, 6

Blanks, 414
Write-Ins, 142

Blanks, 0
Write-Ins, 0

FOR SECRETARY OF STATE

William Francis Galvin, 285
Blanks, 114
Write-Ins, 1

William C. Campbell, 423
Blanks, 133
Write-Ins, 0

Blanks, 0
Write-Ins, 0

FOR TREASURER

Steven Grossman, 253
Stephen J. Murray, 82
Blanks, 64
Write-Ins, 1

Karyn E. Polito, 454
Blanks, 99
Write-Ins, 3

Blanks, 0
Write-Ins, 0

FOR AUDITOR

Suzanne M. Bump, 205
Guy William Glodis, 53
Mike Lake, 58
Blanks, 83
Write-Ins, 1

Mary Z. Connaughton, 454
Kamal Jain, 35
Blanks, 65
Write-Ins, 2

Blanks, 0
Write-Ins, 0

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS

Barney Frank, 286
Rachel E. Brown, 100
Blanks, 14
Write-Ins, 0

Sean DM Bielat, 395
Earl H. Sholley 123
Blanks, 37
Write-Ins, 1

Blanks, 0
Write-Ins, 0

FOR COUNCILLOR

Kelly A. Timilty, 203
Robert L. Jubinville, 94
Blanks, 102
Write-Ins, 1

Steven M. Glovsky, 402
Blanks, 153
Write-Ins, 1

Blanks, 0
Write-Ins, 0

FOR SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT

James E. Timilty, 258
Blanks, 137
Write-Ins, 5

Blanks, 522
Write-Ins, 34

Blanks, 0
Write-Ins, 0

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT

Denise C. Garlick, 180
Gary B. McNeill, 56
Gerald A. Wasserman, 122
Blanks, 41
Write-Ins, 1

Joshua W. Levy, 190
John P. O’Leary, 314
Blanks, 51
Write-Ins, 1

Blanks, 0
Write-Ins, 0

FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Michael Chinman, 88
Joseph R. Driscoll, Jr., 144
Michael W. Morrissey, 70
Blanks, 98
Write-Ins, 0

Blanks, 527
Write-Ins, 29

Blanks, 0
Write-Ins, 0

FOR SHERIFF

Michael G. Bellotti, 240
Blanks, 159
Write-Ins, 1

William J. Farretta, 387
Blanks, 166
Write-Ins, 3

Blanks, 0
Write-Ins, 0

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

Peter H. Collins, 239
Blanks, 160
Write-Ins, 1

Blanks, 537
Write-Ins, 19

Blanks, 0
Write-Ins, 0


May 17th, Annual Town Election

Total Registered Voters: 3752
Total Voted: 801
Total Percent Voted: 21%

FOR MODERATOR
One Year, (vote for 1)
Pamela H. Ellsworth, 626
Write In, 5
Blanks, 170

FOR SELECTMAN
Three Years, (vote for 1)
James P. Dawley Jr., 586
Write In, 2
Blanks, 213

FOR ASSESSOR
Three Years, (vote for 1)
Caroline M. White, 566
Blanks, 235

FOR DOVER SCHOOL COMMITTEE
Three Years, (vote for 2)
Dawn M. Fattore, 519
Peter W. Lert, 280
Karl R. Johnson, 402
Write In, 2
Blanks, 399

FOR DOVER SHERBORN REGIONAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE
Three Years, (vote for 1)
Shelley L. Poulsen, 574
Write In, 1
Blanks, 226

FOR LIBRARY TRUSTEE
Three Years, (Vote for 2)
Holiday M. Collins, 548
Mark A. Bush, 515
Write In, 1
Blanks, 538

FOR LIBRARY TRUSTEE
One Year to fill an unexpired term, (Vote for 1)
Joan N. Stapleton, 591
Write In, 1
Blanks, 209

FOR CEMETERY COMMISSION
Three Years, (vote for 1)
William R. Herd, 573
Write In, 4
Blanks, 224

FOR PLANNING BOARD
Five Years, (vote for 1)
Henry B. Faulkner, 569
Blanks, 232

FOR BOARD OF HEALTH
Three Years, (vote for 1)
Barbara Roth-Schechter, 562
Blanks, 239

FOR PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION
Three Years, (vote for 2)
Richard A. Oasis, 498
Christopher Boland, 534
Write In, 5
Blanks, 565

FOR CONSTABLE
Three Years, (vote for 3)
Wilfred J. Baranick, 425
Margaret L. Crowley, 532
Carl E. Sheridan, 544
William R. Herd, 328
Write In, 1
Blanks, 573

QUESTION ONE
Shall the Town of Dover be allowed to assess an additional $400,000 in real estate and personal property taxes for the purpose of renovation of the dispatch area in the Protective Agencies building for the fiscal year beginning July first, two thousand and ten?
Yes, 170
No, 584
Blanks, 47

Questions two through four are moot since they were either dismissed or defeated at Town Meeting.

QUESTION TWO
Shall the Town of Dover be allowed to assess an additional $134,000 in real estate and personal property taxes for the purpose of constructing a sidewalk within the Town-owned right of way on the south side of Springdale Avenue, from its intersection with Main Street easterly to its intersection with the entrance of the residential housing area known as The Meadows, a distance of 3,400 linear feet, more or less, said sidewalk to conform substantially in width and barrier curbing to sidewalks on Centre Street,  for the fiscal year beginning July first, two thousand and ten?
Yes, 175
No, 565
Blanks, 61

QUESTION THREE
Shall the Town of Dover be allowed to assess an additional $9,000 in real estate and personal property taxes for the purpose of constructing a sidewalk within the Town-owned right of way on the east side of Dedham Street, from its intersection with Burnham Road, northerly to the raised crosswalk at the entrance to Caryl Park,  a distance of 515 linear feet, more or less, said sidewalk to conform substantially in width and barrier curbing to sidewalks on Centre Street,  for the fiscal year beginning July first, two thousand and ten?
Yes, 245
No, 493
Blanks, 63

QUESTION FOUR
Shall the Town of Dover be allowed to exempt from the provisions of proposition two and one-half, so-called, the amounts required to pay for the bond to be issued in order to pay costs of the construction or reconstruction of the Caryl Park playing fields, including the cost of architectural and engineering services for plans and specifications related thereto?
Yes, 203
No, 527
Blanks, 71


January 19th, Special State Election Results

Total Registered Voters: 3762
Voted: 2960, 78.7%

SENATOR IN CONGRESS
Scott P. Brown, Republican—-1888
Martha Coakley, Democrat—-1058
Joseph L. Kennedy, Liberty—-13
Write-In——————————-1