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Numbers from Monday night include two selectmen's races, three school committee candidates, and uncontested town offices. Turnout was 21% this year.
Town had two competitive selectmen's races this year. Two school committee incumbents appear to have won re-election as well.
Two selectman's races today, plus write-in goes for school committee seat against two incumbents.
Vice Chair of the Lynnfield Finance Committee is running for the one-year term in this year's selectman's race. "Anyone else getting in there would spend a whole year getting an education," he said.
Tom Kennedy, 41, says many residents feel they don't have a voice in town government, and that he will serve only two full terms if elected.
Lynnfield CPA would run for three-year term against incumbent Selectman Bob MacKendrick.
The former state senator's announcement came on Friday after Scott Brown said he would not run in the U.S. Senate race.
Lynnfield has four precincts. Here's how their numbers broke down.
Updates on the 2012 elections here in Lynnfield will be posted throughout the day. Connect with us on Twitter too at #PatchElections and tell us what you see by tweeting @LynnfieldPatch and commenting on facebook.com/lynnfieldpatch.
Students at Huckleberry Hill and Summer Street elementary schools in Lynnfield held their mock presidential election on Monday.
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