Northborough Election 2012: The Official Results

Incumbents Jeff Amberson and Bill Pantazis take the votes for two open seats on the Board of Selectmen. Here are the official numbers of the 2012 Northborough election.

In a town election that brought out 16 percent of the registered voters in Northborough, incumbents and re-claimed their seats on the

Here are your official totals:

Uncontested, Frederick A. George Jr., incumbent, took 1,332 of the 1,639 cast for town moderator.

Jeff Amberson led the votes for Board of Selectmen with 897, followed by William Pantazis with 784, Lisa M. Maselli with 732 and Howie Stone with 705. There were two seats open. Write-ins accounted for four votes, and 156 were blank.

For the Planning Board, 1,195 were cast for incumbent George E. Pember, followed by incumbent Leslie Harrison with 1,195. Blanks accounted for 894. The race with uncontested with two three-year seats open.

With one seat open for the Assabet Valley Regional Vocational School District Committee, there were a total of 120 write-ins (visit Northborough Patch for the winner).

Two spots were up for grabs for the Northborough School Committee. John A. Kane and Patricia A. Kress ran for the three-year seats, with Kane getting 1,252 votes and Kress with 1,124. Kress had been serving on the committee to fill a vacancy.

Helynne Winter and Ganaraja Thejaswi ran for the two three-year seats open for the Regional School Committee, with Winter garnering 1,171 votes and Thejaswi with 1,077. There were 1,012 blanks in this category. Scott Karpuk, who has been filling a vacancy on the Regional School Committee, ran officially for the two-year seat that opened up, winning it with 1,128 votes.

Of the 10,177 registered voters in Northborough, 1,639 cast votes.


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