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2013 - Local & State Elections / Voting

An Upcoming Opportunity: April 30, 2013 - US Senator Primary

Candidates

Foxborough Boards & Committees:
  • May: Assessors, Boyden Library Trustee, Clerk, Health, Housing Authority, Moderator, Planning, School, Selectmen, and Water & Sewer Commissioners.

Local, State, & Federal Elections
  • April 30, 2013
  • May: TBD
  • June 25, 2013
Foxborough Town Meetings
  • Special: March 4, 2013
  • Annual: May 6, 2013, at 7:30 p.m.
Fact Or Fiction?:

How Foxborough Voted On May 2, 2016

  1. Assessors – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
    1. Robert O'Donnell - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page

  2. Boyden Library Trustee – 3-Year Term (Vote For Two)
    1. Joseph Lally - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    2. Susan Burlone - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page

  3. Clerk 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
    1. Bob Cutler - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page

  4. Health – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
    1. Eric Arvedon - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page


  5. Water and Sewer Commissioners – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
    1. Robert Garber - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page


  6. Housing Authority – 5-Year Term (Vote For One)
    1. Charlene Kaye - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page

  7. Housing Authority – 4-Year Term (Vote For One)
    1. Thomas Kelley - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page


  8. Town Moderator 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
    1. Frank Spillane - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
  9. Planning – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
    1. Ronald Bresse - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
  10. Planning – 1-Year Term (Vote For One)
    1. Gary Whitehouse - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page

  11. School Committee – 3-Year Term (Vote For Two)
    1. Robert Canfield - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    2. Chris Connolly - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    3. Martha Slattery - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    4. Mark Sullivan - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    5. Marilyn Weiss - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page

  12. Selectmen – 3-Year Term (Vote For Two)
    1. Jim DeVellis - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    2. Mark Elfman - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    3. John Gray - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    4. Steve Sloan - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    5. Mark Sullivan - Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page

  13. How Foxborough Voted on May 5, 2014

    Unofficial Election Results

    1. Assessors – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)

      Thomas F. Buckley

    2. Boyden Library Trustee – 3-Year Term (Vote For Two)
      Thomas L. Magee
      Kevin F. Penders

    3. Health – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
      Paul W. Steeves

    4. Housing Authority – 5-Year Term (Vote For One)
      Candace L. Loewen

    5. Planning – 3-Year Term (Vote For Two)

      William E. Grieder Jr. /John B. Rhoads

    6. School Committee – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
      Beverley Lord

    7. Selectmen – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
      858 – David Feldman: Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    8. 810 – Mark S. Sullivan: Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page

    9. Water & Sewer Commissioners – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
      Richard M. Pacella Jr.



    Who Has Taken Out Nomination Papers For May 2014 Foxborough Election?

    Nomination papers are available at the Foxborough clerk's office and must be properly returned by 5:00 p.m. on March 17, 2014.

    • Board of Assessors – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
      1. Thomas F. Buckley: Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    • Board Of Health – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
      1. Paul W. Steeves: Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    • Boyden Library Trustee – 3-Year Term (Vote For Two)
      1. Thomas L. Magee: Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
      2. Kevin F. Penders: Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    • Housing Authority – 5-Year Term (Vote For One)
      1. Candace L. Loewen: Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    • Planning – 3-Year Term (Vote For Two)
      1. William E. Grieder Jr. : Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
      2. John B. Rhoads: Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    • School Committee – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
      1. Beverley Lord: Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    • Selectmen – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
      1. David Feldman: Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    • 2. Mark S. Sullivan: Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page
    • Water And Sewer – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
      1. Richard M. Pacella Jr.: Web Site | Twitter Page | Facebook Page


    How Foxborough Voted on June 25, 2013


    From Boston.com: Overall Winner of contested races in BoldUnofficial Election Results


    Gomez 1,950 (57%)
    Heos 13 (0%)
    Markey 1,470 (43%)



    How Foxborough Voted on April 30, 2013

    Unofficial Election Results

    1. Assessors – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)

      Robert J. Hadge

    2. Boyden Library Trustee – 3-Year Term (Vote For Two)
      Susan M. Burlone
      Joseph Lally

    3. Clerk (Vote For One)
      Robert Cutler

    4. Health – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
      Eric Arvedon

    5. Housing Authority – 5-Year Term (Vote For One)
      Susan Perez

    6. Moderator (Vote For One)
      Francis J. “Frank” Spillane

    7. Planning – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)

      Ronald P. Bresse

    8. School Committee – 3-Year Term (Vote For Two)
      1,583 – Stephen P. Udden
      1,333 – Martha Slattery
      1,748 – Kathleen “Katie” Adair
      951 – Catherine “Kate” Kominsky

    9. School Committee – 2-Year Term (Vote For One)
      Christina M. Belanger

    10. Selectmen – 3-Year Term (Vote For Two)
      1,614 – Lynda Walsh: Web Site | Facebook Page
      1,796 – John R. Gray Jr.: Web Site | Facebook Page | Twitter Page
      2,287 – James DeVellis: Web Site | Facebook Page

    11. Water & Sewer Commissioners – 3-Year Term (Vote For One)
      Robert Garber

    U.S. Senate Primary



    How Foxborough Voted on November 6, 2012

    From Boston.com: Overall Winner of contested races in Bold* | Results from Town Of Foxborough

    President:

    • Johnson 98
    • Obama 4,745
    • Romney 4,798
    • Stein 22

    U.S. Senate:

    • Brown 5,889
    • Warren 3,783

    U.S. Congressional 4th District:

    • Bielat 4,413
    • Kennedy 4,842
    • Rosa 208

    Mass. Senate - Bristol & Norfolk:

    • Bailey 3,267
    • Timilty 5,448

    Governor's Council 2nd District:

    • Jubinville 3,888
    • Sholley 4,151

    Local Ballot Question: Require photo ID for voting (1st Bristol)

    • No 2,268
    • Yes 6,419

    Q1: Right To Repair

    • No 1,028
    • Yes 7,317

    Q2: Physician-assisted Suicide

    • No 5,037
    • Yes 4,426

    Q3: Legalize Medical Marijuana*

    • No 3,737
    • Yes 5,689

    How Foxborough Voted



    How Foxborough Voted on November 6, 2012

    From Boston.com: Overall Winner of contested races in Bold* | Results from Town Of Foxborough

    President:

    • Johnson 98
    • Obama 4,745
    • Romney 4,798
    • Stein 22

    U.S. Senate:

    • Brown 5,889
    • Warren 3,783

    U.S. Congressional 4th District:

    • Bielat 4,413
    • Kennedy 4,842
    • Rosa 208

    Mass. Senate - Bristol & Norfolk:

    • Bailey 3,267
    • Timilty 5,448

    Governor's Council 2nd District:

    • Jubinville 3,888
    • Sholley 4,151

    Local Ballot Question: Require photo ID for voting (1st Bristol)

    • No 2,268
    • Yes 6,419

    Q1: Right To Repair

    • No 1,028
    • Yes 7,317

    Q2: Physician-assisted Suicide

    • No 5,037
    • Yes 4,426

    Q3: Legalize Medical Marijuana

    • No 3,737
    • Yes 5,689



    How Foxborough Voted on September 6, 2012

    From Boston.com: Primary Winner in Bold* | Results from Town Of Foxborough

    Congressional 4th District Primary:
    GOP

    • Bielat 667
    • Childs 47
    • Steinhof 38
    DEM
    • Brown 59
    • Kennedy 611
    • Robinson16

    Governor's Council 2nd District:

    • Clinton 116
    • Jubinville 192
    • McCabe 57
    • Timilty 208



Foxborough: May 7, 2012 Election Results (6,196 voters)


  • Brue - 3,500 (56%)
  • Coppola - 3,608 (58%)
  • Harrington - 2,610 (42%)
  • Slattery - 2,469 (40%)
  • How Foxborough Voted on March 6, 2012


    From Foxboro Reporter:
    Winner in Bold*

    Presidential Primary (GOP):

    • Bachmannm 8
    • Gingrich 65
    • Huntsman 14
    • Paul 141
    • Perry 3
    • Romney 1,165
    • Santorum 163
    • Stephen Colbert 1

    GOP State Committee

    • Horace AC Mello Jr.
    • Angela FF Davis

    DEM State Committee

    • Joseph Kaplan
    • Claire Naughton

    Green-Rainbow Presidential

    • Jill Stein 1
    • Mitt Romney 1

    From Boston.com:
    Winner in Bold*

    Presidential Primary (GOP):

    • Bachmannm 8
    • Gingrich 65
    • Huntsman 14
    • Paul 141
    • Perry 3
    • Romney 1,164
    • Santorum 163
    • No pref. 7

    Presidential Primary (DEM):

    • Obama 1,456
    • No pref. 114

    How Foxborough Voted on Nov. 2, 2010
    Statewide Winners in Bold & (Statewide %'s)*

    U.S. Congress (4th):

    Governor/Lt. Governor:

    Treasurer:

    Auditor:

    Attorney General:

    Secretary of State:

    Norfolk Sheriff:

    Norfolk County Commissioner:

    Governor's Council:

    Question 1: Remove the 6.25% state sales tax on alcoholic beverages?

    Question 2: Repeal the State's 40B law?

    Question 3: Cut sales tax to 3% (Should the state reduce the state sales and use tax rates from 6.25% to 3% as of Jan. 1, 2011?)

    How Foxborough Voted On May 4, 2009

    TC Report
    Other election results



    How Foxborough Voted On Nov. 4, 2008

  • State Rep. F. Jay Barrows - 62.46%
  • State Senator James E. Timilty - 64.94%
  • U.S. Representative Barney Frank - 57.66%
  • U.S. Senator John Kerry - 57.18%
  • U.S. President elect Barack Obama - 52.73%
  • Q1: Eliminate the state personal income tax?
    No = 64.75%
  • Q2: Replace the criminal penalties for possession of marijuana one ounce or less with civil penalties?
    Yes = 61.31%
  • Q3: Prohibit dog races on which betting or wagering occurs?
    No = 52.86%
  • More Foxborough Votes

    How Foxborough Voted



    Past State Ballot Questions

  • 2010
    Question 1 - Sales Tax on Alcoholic Beverages, Question 2 - Comprehensive Permits for Low- or Moderate- Income Housing, Question 3 - Sales and Use Tax Rates
  • 2008
    Question 1 - State Personal Income Tax, Question 2 - Possession of Marijuana, Question 3 - Dog Racing
  • 2006
    Question 1 - Sale of Wine by Food Stores, Question 2 - Nomination of Candidates for Public Office, Question 3 - Family Child Care Providers (Results)
  • 2004
  • 2002
    Question 1 - Eliminating State Personal Income Tax, Question 2 - English Language Education in Public Schools, Question 3 - Taxpayer Funding for Political Campaigns
  • 2000
    Question 1 - Earlier Redistricting For State Legislators And Governor's Councillors. Questiopn 2 - Voting By Incarcerated Felons, Question 3 - Dog Racing, Question 4 - Income Tax Rate Reduction, Question 5 - Health Insurance And Health Care, Question 6 - Tax Credit For Tolls And Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes, Question 7 - Tax Deductuions For Charitable Contributions, Question 8 - Drug-Dependency Treatment And Drug-Crime Fines And Forfeitures