T. George Davis, Daphne Devries Win Primary Races
Julia Wells

An Oak Bluffs attorney easily won the Democratic nomination for Dukes County clerk of courts in the state primary Tuesday.

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Voter Turnout Steady Around the Island for State Primary
Landry Harlan and Noah Asimow

With two local races attracting voter interest, town clerks and poll workers around the Island were reporting steady turnout Tuesday for the state primary. Polls are open in every town from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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Primary Races Take Shape
Steve Myrick

State and county primary ballots are set for the upcoming midterm elections.

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Voter Registration Drive

All six Island libraries will participate in a voter registration drive on Saturday, June 16, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Aquinnah Re-Elects Selectman Jim Newman, Approves Override
Landry Harlan

Aquinnah voters elected Jim Newman to a sixth term as selectman at the annual town election Wednesday. Mr. Newman won a three-way race for the seat with 80 votes.

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Three Candidates Vie for Seat on Aquinnah Board of Selectmen
Landry Harlan

Three candidates are running for a single seat on the Aquinnah board of selectmen this year, each longtime town residents with differing visions for the future.

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Katama Airfield Recount Ends in a Tie
Sara Brown

A painstaking hand recount supervised by the Edgartown town clerk Monday found the vote for a new Katama Airfield hangar was a tie.

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Katama Hangar Recount Will Take Place Monday
Sara Brown

Funding for a new airplane hangar at the Katama Airfield, narrowly defeated at the Edgartown town election April 12, will be subject to a recount.

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Tisbury Elects New Selectman, Decides Contested Finance Committee Race
Holly Pretsky

While the school vote dominated the annual town election Tuesday, Tisbury voters also elected in a new selectman and decided a contested race for the finance and advisory committee.

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Tisbury School Project In Limbo After Voters Reject Spending Question
Holly Pretsky
Turning out in large numbers at their annual town election Tuesday, Tisbury voters narrowly rejected the $46.6 million new school project.
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