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How Did Lynnfield Vote By Precinct?

Lynnfield has four precincts. Here's how their numbers broke down.

As noted in this article posted on Lynnfield Patch soon after the polls closed in town, residents went Republican across the board - for Mitt Romney, Scott Brown, and Richard Tisei. Information on how the precincts voted on the three statewide ballot questions is also below.

Precinct 1
  (1846 total ballots cast)

President Barack Obama - 718 Mitt Romney - 1112 US Senate Scott Brown - 1283 Elizabeth Warren - 557 US House Richard Tisei (R) - 1270 John Tierney (D) - 493 Fishman (L) - 37 MA Senate Tom McGee (D) - 1215 Blank - 610 MA House Brad Jones (R) - 1391 Blank - 438 Question 1 (Right To Repair) Yes - 1400 No - 230 Question 2 (Assisted Suicide) Yes - 818 No - 971 Question 3 (Medical Marijuana) Yes - 992 No - 788

Precinct 2  -  1598 Ballots Cast

President Barack Obama - 653
Mitt Romney - 929

US Senate Scott Brown - 1059
Elizabeth Warren - 531

US House Richard Tisei (R) - 1066
John Tierney (D) - 457
Fishman (L) - 36
MA Senate Tom McGee (D) - 1071 Blank - 512

MA House Brad Jones (R) - 1156 Blank - 429

Question 1 (Right To Repair) Yes - 1196 No - 213

Question 2 (Assisted Suicide) Yes - 675
No - 845

Question 3 (Medical Marijuana) Yes - 836
No - 683


Precinct 3  -  1802  Ballots Cast

President Barack Obama - 742
Mitt Romney - 1028

US Senate Scott Brown - 1165
Elizabeth Warren - 626

US House Richard Tisei (R) - 1160
John Tierney (D) - 559
Fishman (L) - 36
MA Senate Tom McGee (D) - 1197 Blank - 579

MA House Brad Jones (R) - 1309
Blank - 473

Question 1 (Right To Repair) Yes - 1405 No - 199

Question 2 (Assisted Suicide) Yes - 776
No - 936

Question 3 (Medical Marijuana) Yes - 969
No - 752


Precinct 4  - 1995 Ballots Cast

President Barack Obama - 641
Mitt Romney - 1323

US Senate Scott Brown - 1463
Elizabeth Warren - 517

US House Richard Tisei (R) - 1468
John Tierney (D) - 439
Fishman (L) - 37
MA Senate Tom McGee (D) - 1236 Blank - 733

MA House Brad Jones (R) - 1519
Blank - 466

Question 1 (Right To Repair) Yes - 1553
No - 237

Question 2 (Assisted Suicide) Yes - 809
No - 1099

Question 3 (Medical Marijuana) Yes - 978
No - 927

Peter Perlmutter November 07, 2012 at 12:35 PM
Based on the voting numbers, across the board in Lynnfield, doesn't it seem that its residents are out of the mainstream, if not out of touch of reality?
Joe November 07, 2012 at 01:02 PM
Out of touch of (sic) reality? Nationally, Lynnfield lines up with ~50% of the voting populace. Locally, because votes went for a strong candidate with ties to the community (Tisei) over an incumbent who by most accounts should be a felon, you're calling us out of the mainstream? As far as the national election went, it's too bad that we'll now probably never know why Susan Rice went on 5 shows blaming a video. On the other hand, we WILL be able to see what $20T looks like on that big national debt clock. Welcome to that reality, Peter.
Bemused November 07, 2012 at 03:02 PM
Why is it that so many census forms seem to have been lost, rendering the voters in that household inactive?
Heather Johnson November 07, 2012 at 06:48 PM
Too bad about assisted suicide. I think there were a lot of terminally ill people out there hoping for that one to pass.
Dorothy November 08, 2012 at 01:13 PM
The census forms weren't necessarily lost, but never returned..

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