State Election Results

How Hopkinton Voted – Unofficial Results http://www.hopkinton.org/pdf/StateElecNov2-2010Final.pdf

Overall Statewide Winners for Offices and Questions on the November 2 Hopkinton Ballot (Source http://www.boston.com/news/politics/2010/)

GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
48% PATRICK AND MURRAY        Democrat
ATTORNEY GENERAL
63% MARTHA COAKLEY    46 Coolidge Rd., Medford     Democrat Candidate for Re-election
SECRETARY OF STATE
65% WILLIAM FRANCIS GALVIN    46 Lake St., Boston     Democrat Candidate for Re-election
TREASURER
55% STEVEN GROSSMAN    30 Huntington Rd., Newton     Democrat
AUDITOR
48% SUZANNE M. BUMP    409 North Plain Rd., Great Barrington     Democrat
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, THIRD DISTRICT
56% JAMES P. McGOVERN    393 Burncoat St., Worcester     Democrat Candidate for Re-election
COUNCILLOR, SECOND DISTRICT
55% KELLY A. TIMILTY    103 Brookdale Ave., Dedham     Democrat Candidate for Re-election
SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT, SECOND MIDDLESEX & NORFOLK DISTRICT
59% KAREN E. SPILKA    18 Rome Way, Ashland     Democrat Candidate for Re-election
REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT, EIGHTH MIDDLESEX DISTRICT
71% CAROLYN C. DYKEMA    429 Marshall St., Holliston     Democrat Candidate for Re-election
DISTRICT ATTORNEY, NORTHERN DISTRICT
GERARD T. LEONE, JR.    171 Ash St., Hopkinton     Democrat Candidate for Re-election
SHERIFF, MIDDLESEX COUNTY
76% JAMES V. DiPAOLA    181 Kimball St., Malden     Democrat Candidate for Re-election
QUESTION 1: Sales Tax on Alcoholic Beverages
52% A YES VOTE would remove the state sales tax on alcoholic beverages and alcohol where their sale or importation into the state is subject to an excise tax under state law.
QUESTION 2: “Chapter 40B” Comprehensive Permits for Low- or Moderate- Income Housing
58% A NO VOTE would make no change in the state law allowing issuance of such a comprehensive permit.
QUESTION 3: Sales and Use Tax Rates
57% A NO VOTE would make no change in the state sales and use tax rates.