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Town Meeting Day voting results that we have received:

BURLINGTON - Democrat Miro Weinberger wins the race for mayor. Click here for more information. Question 1, the school budget, was approved. Click here for all the voting results from Burlington.

COLCHESTER - Click here for the voting results from Colchester.

EDEN - Residents in Eden voted against creating a Superfund site on a count of 106-3.

FAIRFIELD - Click here for the voting results from the town of Fairfield.

LOWELL - Residents in Lowell voted against creating a Superfund site in town. Click here for more.

MARSHFIELD - Several members of the fire department were honored for their years of service. Click here for more on that. Michael Caccavo was elected Moderator. Chris Martin was re-elected to Selectboard. Meg Eberhardt and Lois Burnham re-elected as listers. Anne Nadel Walbridge elected as school director. All warning articles passed. The occupy article, and the article about the Citizens United decision, passed but with much discussion and the votes were not unanimous. The Twinfield articles all passed. Click here for the primary results from Marshfield.

MIDDLEBURY - Click here to visit the town of Middlebury website for all the Town Meeting Day and voting results.

MONTPELIER - The city and school budgets passed in Montpelier. Click here for all the results from the city's website.

MORGAN - Residents in Morgan voted to close the small town's elementary school. According to those at Monday night's meeting, residents in a 111-25 vote agreed to tuition students to Derby. The school board received a standing ovation at that meeting from taxpayers.

NORTH HERO - Click here for the School voting results from North Hero. Click here for the town voting results from North Hero.

ORWELL - Click here for the voting results from Orwell.

PAWLET - In Pawlet, the school budget passed on a vote of 342-237. Click here for the Democratic Primary results from Pawlet. Click here for the Republican Primary results from Pawlet. Click here for the Pawlet Town Meeting and School ballot results. Click here for Pawlet Articles 1-14. Click here for Pawlet Articles 15-25.

RICHFORD - Click here for the town and school voting results from Richford.

SHELBURNE - Click here to visit the town of Shelburne's website for voting results.

SHOREHAM - Click here for the voting results from Shoreham.

SHREWSBURY - Click here for the Shrewsbury school voting results. Click here for the Shrewsbury town voting results. Click here for the results of the presidential primary in Shrewsbury.

SOUTH BURLINGTON - Click here for results from South Burlington's vote from the city's website.

WAITSFIELD - Click here for the Australian ballot results from Waitsfield. Click here for results of Waitsfield Article 1. Click here for the results of the presidential primary in Waitsfield.

WATERBURY - In Waterbury, the budget passed with a $1,500 increase. Click here for the results of the Republican Primary and Town results from Waterbury. There were 327 votes for Barack Obama in the Democratic race. Waterbury voters were tasked with debating a proposal that would create a merged police department for the town and village. In the end, residents voted to suspend debate on the merger indefinitely. Click here for more.

WILLISTON - Click here for the voting results on the town of Williston's website.

Voters in more than 60 communities consider whether corporations are the same as people when it comes to campaign donations.

The Secretary of State's unofficial presidential primary voting results website.

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