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UPDATE: Coventry Election Results 2012

Updates on the 2012 Coventry town elections will be posted here throughout the day.

 

9:10 p.m.: Official Coventry results are in from the Board of Canvassers (see chart below). All of the School Improvement Bonds have passed. A detailed percentage and precinct report will be available tomorrow. 

8:44 p.m.: Still waiting on packets from four precincts. Board of Canvassers workers are busy feeding the results into the computer. We'll have results immediately as soon as we get the final word.

8:21 p.m.: The first packet has just arrived at the Board of Canvassers. Stay tuned!

8:00 p.m.: Polls are now closed. Keep refreshing this page for up-to-the-minute Coventry results as they are confirmed by the Board of Canvassers.

2:30 p.m.: Voter turnout has been strong in Coventry today since polls opened at 7 a.m. and continued at a steady pace throughout the morning and early afternoon.

Click here to read more of our update about today's voter response.

10:30 a.m.: Coventry Board of Canvassers Clerk Lori Anderson reports heavy voter counts so far at polling locations and no major problems with the voting process.

Board members have been making stops at each of the 18 Coventry polling locations to check in with poll workers, drop off supplies and ensure that everything is going smoothly.

"We've had no major issues that couldn't be resolved quickly so far," said Anderson. "It's going smoothly right now and hopefully stays that way."

Feel free to comment on your voting experience below. How were the lines? What number where you at your precinct?

Nov. 6 - 6:00 a.m.: Coventry voters will be heading to the polls this morning beginning at 7 a.m. to cast their ballots for federal, state and town elections, including President/Vice-President, Senate, Congress, House, Town Council, School Committee and ballot questions.

Stay with Coventry Patch all day as we update this article with news and information from the polls and live elections results after 9 p.m. Don't forget to stay connected to the Coventry Patch Facebook page and Twitter account for even more local Election 2012 information.

Click here for Patch updates on the 2012 federal and state elections.


Live 2012 Election Results (Unofficial)

Race Bi-Partisan Candidate 1 Results Bi-Partisan Candidate 2 Results

Coventry Town Council Dist. 1

Karen M. Carlson   Win Thomas A. Hetherman  Loss

Coventry Town Council Dist. 2

R. David Jervis  Loss

Gregory Laboissonniere

 Win

Coventry Town Council Dist. 3

Kerry L. McGee Win N/A N/A

Coventry Town Council Dist. 4

Gary P. Cote Win Richard L. Polselli Loss

Coventry Town Council Dist. 5

Thaddeus Jendzejec Win John J. Mullaney III Loss

School Committee Dist. 1

Ann M. Dickson Win David T. Tate Loss

School Committee Dist. 3

Nancy Sprengelmeyer Win N/A N/A

School Committee Dist. 4

Frank Hyde Win N/A N/A Race Democratic Candidate Results Republican Candidate Results State Senate Dist. 21 Scott M. Pollard Loss Nicholas D. Kettle Win State Senate Dist. 33 Leonidas P. Raptakis Win Glenford J. Shibley Loss House Dist. 25 Jared R. Nunes Win N/A N/A House Dist. 26 Nicholas A. Denice Loss Patricia L. Morgan  Win House Dist. 27 Patricia A. Serpa Win Kyle S. Pendola Loss House Dist. 28 Scott J. Guthrie Win Carl L. Mattson Jr. Loss House Dist. 29 Lisa P. Tomasso Win Keith W. Anderson Loss House Dist. 40 Lauri A. Archambault Loss Michael W. Chippendale Win Local Ballot Questions Topic Approve Reject Question 8 Air Quality/Energy Efficiency Improvements (School & Municipal Buildings) Approved Question 9 School Roof Repairs Approved Question 10 Coventry High School Fire System Upgrades Approved Question 11 Coventry High School Athletic Complex Renovations Approved Question 12 Coventry Schools Air Quality Improvements Approved Question 13 Coventry Schools Flooring and Grounds Improvements Approved
Lauren Costa November 06, 2012 at 02:19 PM
Sorry about that! All set now. Thanks for the correction.
Pat November 07, 2012 at 02:53 AM
Get ready for a tax increase residents and taxpayers of Coventry. How long did you really think the honeymoon phase would last?
William Lyons November 07, 2012 at 02:27 PM
All the school improvement issues passed. That is wonderful news and much needed repairs can be made. Congratulations to all the citizens of Coventry for a lob well done.
Concerned Citizen of Coventry November 07, 2012 at 07:06 PM
Pat - as far as he Coventry Bonds, they are necessary - if we didn't take care of most of our school issues we would have lost accredidation and then what would our properties be worth, someone could get hurt on the track or on the stands while watching our children - then there would be legal battle and the town would have to deal with the price of paying out on these claims which would also increase our taxes. Our children are important. I am a parent of two children in the school system at present, but even if I were not I would consider the safety of our children, families and any citizens of utmost importance. I could sit here and name a lot of things that don't need to be done that cost plenty, but I will not, we need to move forward. I am unemployed and have to cut back to make ends meet, but again safety is of concern. So either way taxes will end up going up.
Pat November 08, 2012 at 02:16 AM
The school committee did such a poor job over the past several years budgeting for maintenance, so now we're screwed and will have to bay a bigger bill. The only people to blame for this is the school committee and the administrators, not the taxpayers, but we are the ones who will get more blood squeezed out of our veins.

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