Incumbents rule in Southborough: Voters help send Obama, Eldridge, and Dykema back to office

Neary 83% of registered voters in town cast a ballot in yesterday’s election, and from national to state to local races, most of those votes went to incumbents. On his way to reelection, President Barack Obama narrowly beat out Governor Mitt Romney in Southborough by a margin of 50% to 48%. Obama won Southborough Precincts Read the full article → from Incumbents rule in Southborough: Voters help send Obama, Eldridge, and Dykema back to office

The results are in: Southborough backs Obama, Brown, Dykema

Nearly 83% of Southborough voters hit the polls today and by a slim margin backed President Barack Obama. By a wider margin, the Southborough electorate favored Scott Brown in the Senate race, and incumbent Carolyn Dykema in what was a heated battle for representative of the 8th Middlesex District. Read the full article → from The results are in: Southborough backs Obama, Brown, Dykema

Series of debates between Eldridge and Cavaretta starts tonight

Incumbent state senator Jamie Eldridge (D-Acton) and challenger Dean Cavaretta (R-Stow) will face off in a series of seven debates, with the first taking place tonight in Devens. The two are vying to represent the Middlesex and Worcester District, which encompasses 14 communities including Southborough. Read the full article → from Series of debates between Eldridge and Cavaretta starts tonight

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