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Annual town election results for Hudson and Shrewsbury

By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor

voteRegion – Fred P. Lucy II and James David Quinn were the two candidates in a field of five to win the two seats on the Board of Selectmen in the Hudson Annual Town Election April 30.

Lucy, who entered the race as an incumbent, received 1,397 votes.? This will be Quinn's first stint on the board. He received 1,261 votes. Charles McGourty, who was also an incumbent, came in third with 1,023 votes. Phillip “Paddy P. Dolan had 1,0121 votes and ?Susan Dunnell had 768.

Dunnell was also running for re-election to the School Committee. She received 1,977 votes to win another term as did fellow incumbent Brian C. Davis, who had 1,949 votes. The third candidate George Luoto had 79 votes.

6,198 or 25 percent of the town's voters participated in the election.

Two incumbents handily won their bids for re-election to the Board of Selectmen in Shrewsbury's Annual Town Election April 30. John Lebeaux had 3,398 votes and Moira Miller had 3,221. There were 529 write-in votes cast as well.

Incumbents Erin Hughes Canzan and B. Dale Magee also won re-election bids for the School Committee. Canzan had 3,330 votes, Magee had 3,013 and there were 121 write-in votes.

9,425 or 41.98 percent of the town's voters participated in the election.

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