Town Elections - March 28, 1994 Back to List

About This Election

The Annual Town Election was held at General John Nixon School. The polls were open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.. There were 2,279 votes cast, representing 23% of the town's 9,657 registered voters. 23 voting machines were used.
SELECTMEN: FOR THREE YEARS
Candidate NameTotal
MARYANN K. CLARK1326
MICHAEL W. CONWAY*131
JOHN P. MCMAHON289
FRED LEE SWANSON217
WRITE-INS0
BLANKS316
Totals for Office0
BOARD OF ASSESSORS: FOR THREE YEARS
Candidate NameTotal
DAVID E. TUCKER1567
WRITE-INS0
BLANKS712
Totals for Office0
CONSTABLE: FOR THREE YEARS
Candidate NameTotal
EDWARD W. CONNORS, JR.1548
SCATTERING1
BLANKS730
Totals for Office0
GOODNOW LIBRARY TRUSTEES: FOR THREE YEARS
Candidate NameTotal
IVAN LUBASH1519
DAVID L. LEVINGTON1466
WRITE-INS0
BLANKS1573
Totals for Office0
BOARD OF HEALTH: FOR THREE YEARS
Candidate NameTotal
MICHELLE STAKUTIS1544
WRITE-INS0
BLANKS735
Totals for Office0
HIGHWAY SURVEYOR: FOR THREE YEARS
Candidate NameTotal
ROBERT A. NOYES1551
SPENCER R. GOLDSTEIN514
WRITE-INS0
BLANKS214
Totals for Office0
MODERATOR: FOR ONE YEAR
Candidate NameTotal
THOMAS G. DIGNAN1739
WRITE-INS0
BLANKS540
Totals for Office0
PARK & RECREATION COMM. FOR THREE YEARS
Candidate NameTotal
DONALD SOULE1421
THOMAS J. BIGGINS, III1040
JOSEPH J. POLIZZOTTI717
SCATTERING2
BLANKS1378
Totals for Office0
PLANNING BOARD: FOR THREE YEARS
Candidate NameTotal
RICHARD A. BROOKS1466
LAEL M. MEIXSELL951
WILLIAM J. COSSART1251
WRITE-INS0
BLANKS890
Totals for Office0
SUDBURY HOUSING AUTHORITY FOR FIVE YEARS
Candidate NameTotal
BETTIE H. KORNEGAY1559
SCATTERING1
BLANKS719
Totals for Office0
SUDBURY SCHOOL COMMITTEE: FOR THREE YEARS
Candidate NameTotal
ROBERT J. WEISKOPF844
NITA D'INNOCENZO688
KAREN V. KRONE1441
GREGORY S. LAUER1258
WRITE-INS0
BLANKS327
Totals for Office0
LINCOLN-SUDBURY REGIONAL DISTRICT SCHOOL COMMITTEE: FOR THREE YEARS (2)
Candidate NameTotal
WILLIAM C. HEWINS1601
SARAH CANNON HOLDEN1543
WRITE-INS0
BLANKS1414
Totals for Office0

*Candidate withdrew after withdrawal deadline and before the election.

BALLOT QUESTION 1
NON-BINDING PUBLIC OPINION
ADVISORY QUESTION 1
Should the Town amend the Town's Zoning Bylaw to provide more residential diversity, since 91% of Sudbury is zoned 'Single Family Residential' and the remainder is zoned 'Commercial' or 'Open Space'?
Ballot Question 1, ResultsTotals
Yes420
No499
Blanks1360
Totals2279
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