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Full Results of the 2012 Salem Elections

Unofficial results for all races and all warrant articles can be found here.

Early this morning we posted .

Below, we have compiled full unofficial results for all town and school articles.

TOWN BALLOT - Winners in bold

Board of Selectmen (three-year seats)

James Keller - 2,768

Everett McBride - 2,496

Ronald Belanger - 2,271

Tony McKeon - 2,194

Carl Swiderski - 817

 

Budget Committee (three-year seats)

Robert Bryant - 2,756

Paul Huard - 2,447

Dane Hoover - 2,076

Paul Welch - 1,922

Richard Baillargeon - 1,703

William Carter - 1,110

 

Budget Committee (one-year seat)

Russell Frydryck - 4,523


Library Trustee (three-year seat)

Annette M. Cook - 4,941


Trustee of the Trust Fund (three-year seat)

Michael Foster - 4,608

 

Moderator (two-year seat)

Christopher Goodnow - 4,785

 

Supervisor of the Checklist (six-year seat)

Melissa Sorcinelli - 4,636

 

Supervisor of the Checklist (two-year seat)

Patricia Frydryck - 2,575

Betty Irene Gay - 2,488

 

Planning Board (three-year seats)

Paul Pelletier - 2,668

Phyllis O'Grady - 2,186

Edward DeClercq - 2,144

John J. Manning - 1,996

 

Zoning Board of Adjustment (three-year seats)

Gary Azarian - 3,735

Steven Diantgikis - 3,516

 

Zoning Board of Adjustment (two-year seat)

Bernard W. Campbell - 4,487

 

Article 2 - Revise Limited Community Shopping Village District Regulations: YES - 3,748 NO - 1,330

Article 3 - Clarify Wetland Buffer: YES - 4,069 NO - 1,865

Article 4 - Reference Zoning Map for District Boundaries: YES - 3,928 NO - 1,705

Article 5 - Change Definition of Abutter: YES - 4,354 NO - 1,316

Article 6 - Revise Parking Requirements for Restaurants: YES - 2,668 NO - 3,272

Article 7 - Eliminate Sprinkler Requirement: YES - 3,834 NO - 2,236

Article 8 - Add Lot to Depot Village Overlay District: YES - 4,342 NO - 1,430

Article 9 - Amend Town Building Code: YES - 2,670 NO - 3,241

Article 10 - Amend Town Fire Prevention Code: YES - 2,548 NO - 3,414

Article 11 - Amend Town Life Safety Code: YES - 2,367 NO - 3,489

Article 12 - Adopt the Provisions of SB 2: YES - 4,342 NO - 1,577

Article 13 - Appointed Planning Board: YES - 1,885 NO - 3,980

Article 14 - Appointed Zoning Board of Adjustment: YES - 2,336 NO - 3,646

Article 15 - 2012 Operating Budget: YES - 4,067 NO - 2,087

Article 16 - Public Works Collective Bargaining Unit Contract: YES - 4,022 NO - 2,297

Article 17 - Clerical/Admin Employee Collective Bargaining Unit Contract: YES - 3,466 NO - 2,863

Article 18 - Salem Public Administrators Employee Collective Bargaining Unit Contract: YES - 3,224 NO - 3,062

Article 19 - Firefighter Collective Bargaining Unit Contract: YES - 3,641 NO - 2,729

Article 20 - Police Collective Bargaining Unit Contract: YES - 3,541 NO - 2,849

Nonbinding Curbside Pickup Referendum: YES - 1,466 NO - 5,353

 

SCHOOL BALLOT - Winners in bold

School Board (three-year seats)

Michael Carney, Jr. - 3,802

Pamela Berry - 3,610

 

Article 2 - Renovation Bond for Fisk, Haigh and Soule Schools: YES - 3,654 NO - 2,928 (60 percent required for passage)

Article 3 - 2012-2013 Operating Budget: YES - 4,041 NO - 2,070

Article 4 - Teachers Union Contract: YES - 3,658 NO - 2,863

Article 5 - Secretaries Union Contract: YES - 3,685 NO - 2,772

Article 6 - Educational Assistants Union Contract: YES - 3,563 NO - 2,886

Article 7 - Custodians Union Contract: YES - 3,739 NO - 2,809

Article 8 - Food Service Union Contract: YES - 3,858 NO - 2,587

Article 9 - Interest Earnings on Phase I Renovations: YES - 3,936 NO 2,395

Article 10 - Discontinue Beede Waste Oil Expendable Trust Fund: YES - 4,297 NO 1,951 

Karissa Lewis Rigano March 15, 2012 at 07:19 PM
Good Lord Wendy..you are a snarky one, huh. He just gave some stats. And he is on the BOS, so I would think he should be qualified to do that. I don't know him personally...and I am pretty new to town...but you come across as a very nasty individual.
Jake O'Donnell March 15, 2012 at 07:26 PM
Let's try to stay on topic here and keep the personal sniping to a minimum. I appreciate anyone who points out an error I may have made in any post and encourage people to speak up when they see something I may have missed. It will help me do my job better.
Don Duston March 15, 2012 at 07:49 PM
Karissa, most of us have gotten used to this treatment from Wendy, so it is refreshing to hear a new poster pointing this out.
Salem Tax March 16, 2012 at 10:42 PM
Ms James In one instance you fault people who do not involve themselves in the town business, and then fault someone who is involved. Mr Campbell works very hard for the town and has devoted several years to service. The budgets you see presented were guided by his involvement and comments over the last two decades. It is not wise to chastise someone for being actively involved in the town especially if your personal involvement is only limited to posting anonymously in Patch, that is not enough involvement to be considered worthy of comparison. Keep up the good work Mr. Campbell and all others who take time away from their families and personal pursuits to devote hours to our town residents. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Salem-NH-Taxpayer/305572479481252
Salem Tax March 16, 2012 at 10:45 PM
Rod, At the second deliberative, SB2 cannot be changed, it is ours for life. The trash article could be resurrected but that is highly unlikely. The article of concern is the road article and YES people will arrive prepared to add their roads onto that article and thus create the same large tax increase we experienced last year after Mr. Whittaker (Woodbury teacher) proposed and passed the amendment to increase taxes by 16%, thank you Mr. Whittaker. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Salem-NH-Taxpayer/305572479481252

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