Last night at 9:33PM the City of Lynn Election Office sent out their unofficial results for Lynn from yesterday’s election. They will send out official numbers with percentages after they have been confirmed, and we will post those as well.
Voter turnout this year was massive. Over 18,000 Lynners voted early this year via mail or in-person, according to Lynn City Clerk & Chief of Elections Janet Rowe. Several long lines and temporarily broken ballot machines were reported at some polling locations yesterday in the city. 35,139 registered voters cast ballots in this election, 62.70% of total registered voters (56,041) in the City of Lynn.
Presidential elections always draw the biggest crowds to vote in Lynn, municipal elections don’t draw the same amount of people. For comparison last year for the city election only 10,777 registered voters cast ballots, or 20.4% of registered voters. In the previous city election in 2017 14,849 voters cast ballots, or 28.16% of registered voters.
Below are the results for the Presidential, Congressional, & U.S. Senate races along with ballot questions for the City of Lynn.
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