Polls Stay Active Throughout the Day

A cloudy but temperate spring day greeted voters at the polls throughout the morning and afternoon. Tables were set up by political parties, the Easton 175th Committee and others. As of 4 p.m. 1,205 votes had been cast, including 41 absentee ballots, according to Jim Bromer, assistant to the registrars.

Polls close at 8 p.m. Voters will have their say on the town and school budgets and the Easton Resolution on Racism and Public Heath. You can read more about the issues here:

Proposed 2021-22 Budget Heads to Annual Town Meeting

Easton Voters Head to Polls on May 4

The breakdown of voters according to political parties is as follows:

Democrats: 1,611 

Republicans: 1,597 

Unaffiliated: 2,287 

Other Parties: 80

  • Greeting voters inside the polls at the May 4 referendum. — Jane Paley Photo
  • A friendly dog greets an Easton officer at the May 4 referendum. — Jane Paley Photo
  • Student choice table at the May 4 referendum. — Jane Paley Photo
  • Devon Wible, Lila Estime and Tracy Carlucci greet voters in the Easton Democrats' tent at the May 4 referendum. — Jane Paley Photo
  • A voter chats with Jeff Parker, Easton Board of Education member, at the May 4 referendum. — Jane Paley Photo
  • Easton Scouts are represented at the May 4 referendum. — Jane Paley Photo

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