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How Blackstone Voted in the 2020 Elections (Unofficial results)

It’s Election Day and the unofficial results are in! Polls opened at 7AM today and closed at 8PM. Town Clerk Tara Sullivan and her team were hard at work to get all votes recorded throughout the night. Unofficial results of the State Election as of 9:34PM of November 3, 2020 tallied 5,001 Blackstone voters with a 73.86% voter turnout.

President and Vice President

Biden and Harris2,381 (48%)
Hawkins and Walker25
Jorgensen and Cohen82
Trump and Pence2,485 (50%)
Write-ins16
Blanks12

Senator in Congress

Edward J. Markey2,409 (48%)
Kevin J. O’Connor2,428 (49%)
Write-Ins58
Blanks106

Representative in Congress – Second District

James P. McGovern2,504 (50%)
Tracy Lyn Lovvorn2,334 (47%)
Write-Ins3
Blanks160

Councilor – Seventh District

Paul DePalo3,335 (67%)
Write-Ins107
Blanks1,559

Senator in General Court – Worcester & Norfolk District

Ryan C. Fattman3,130 (63%)
Christine Crean1,720 (34%)
Write-Ins3
Blanks148

Representative in General Court – Eight Worcester District

Michael Soter3,987 (80%)
Write-Ins66
Blanks948

Register of Probate – Worcester County

Stephanie K. Fattman2,822 (56%)
John B. Dolan, III1,674 (33%)
Write-Ins4
Blanks501

Question #1 – Motor Vehicle Data

Yes 3,497 (70%)
No1,379 (28%)
Blanks125

Question #2 – Ranked Choice Voting

Yes1,508 (30%)
No3,308 (66%)
Blanks185

In comparison to the last election, 4,623 votes were cast in 2016 with 50% voting for Trump/Pence.

Clinton/Kaine: 1,850 (40%)

Trump/Pence: 2,327 (50%)


The unofficial results as of November 3, 2020, 9:34PM was posted on the Blackstone Town website at 10:04PM

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