With few contested races and an election on an unlikely day (Thursday), election workers say it contributed to the low turnout of voters in town.
At 10 p.m., boston.com declared that with more than half the precincts reporting, James McGovern beat William Feegbeh in the race for U.S.
The unofficial results for Northborough are as follows:
A total of 597 votes were cast, with 365 democrats voting, 231 republicans and one rainbow party. There are 10,375 registered voters. Just 5.9 percent of the voters turned out.
Elizabeth Warren, running for U.S. senator, received 323 votes, with 12 write-ins and 30 blanks. For representative in congress, incumbent James P. McGovern got 318 votes, William Feegbeh received 29, there were 0 write-ins and 18 blanks.
Marilyn M. Petitto Devaney got the most votes for councillor (precinct 3) with 47 votes, followed by 28 for Harry Margolis and 24 for Charles Shapiro. Harriette Chandler, running for state senator (precincts 1, 2, 4), recevived 211. She was uncontested and there were 0 write-ins. James Eldridge, running for state senator in precinct 3, pulled in 101 votes. He was uncontested.
Running for state represenative in precincts 1 and 3, Joseph Paul Richard Collins Sr. only received 46 votes, while Danielle W. Gregoire pulled in 138 to win.
Incumbent Harold P. Naughton Jr., running for state representative for precincts 2 and 4, was uncontested and received 135 combined.
Also running uncontested is Dennis P. McManus, receiving 296 votes. Anthony J. Vigliotti, also uncontested, received 294 votes.
Scott Brown, uncontested, pulled in 225 votes total, with two write-ins and 4 blanks for U.S. senator.
Jennie L. Caissie, running unopposed for councillor in precincts 1, 2, 4, received 122 votes.
Dean Cavaretta, running for state senator for precinct 3, received 55 votes. Steven L. Levy got 108 votes for state representative for precincts 1 and 3, unopposed.