Past Election Results

Past Elections

June 8, 2021 School Budget Validation

Article 1: Do you favor approving the Regional School Unit No. 26 budget for the upcoming school year that was adopted at the latest RSU budget meeting?

Yes: 109

No: 19

Total Ballots Cast: 128

More information regarding the RSU 26 School Budget Validation Vote can be found on the RSU 26 budget page.



March 9, 2021 Municipal Election Results

View official results document here

Winners italicized (vote total in parentheses)

Town Council 3 seats - 3 YR terms 

Ashley M. Case (370)
Daniel R. LaPointe (102)
Alyce K. Lew (206)
Laura H. Mitchell (407)
Cheryl A. Robertson (487)
Geoffrey H. Wingard (535)
Khawla Abu Sheikh Wise (155)

Town Council Limited Vacancy 1 seat - 2 YR term 

Thomas H. Perry (479)
Anastasia S. Stanek (324)

RSU No. 26 School Board 2 seats – 3 YR terms 

Mark D. Brewer (645)
Brian J. McGill (617)

RSU No. 26 School Board Limited Vacancy 1 seat -1 YR term 

Leo C. Kenney (372)
Patrick L. Rowe (439)

Referendum Question: Article to establish performance standards, zoning and licensing regulations for marijuana establishments within municipal boundaries  

Yes (472)
No (365)



November 3, 2020 

General (Presidential) and Potential State Referendum Election


Held at New Balance (UMAINE campus) Field House & Memorial Gym

President & Vice President

Biden, Joseph R: 3728

De La Fuente, Roque "Rocky": 9

Hawkins, Howard: 87

Jorgensen, Jo: 176

Trump, Donald J: 1200

Blank: 68

United States Senator

Collins, Susan M: 1603

Gideon, Sara I: 3147

Linn, Max Patrick: 99

Savage, Lisa: 356

Bond, Tiffany L: 2

Engelman, Ian Kenton: 0

Fogg, Douglas E: 1

Blank: 60

Rep. to Congress (District 2)

Crafts, Dale John: 1241

Golden, Jared F: 3894

Fowler, Daniel J: 1

Hernandez, Timothy Adam: 0

Blank: 132

State Senator (District 5)

Dill, James F: 3800

Ireland, Christian F: 1208

Blank: 260

Rep. to the Legislature (District 123)

Bowie, Cameron S: 1147

Osher, Laurie: 2958

Blank: 250

Rep. to the Legislature (District 124)

LaPointe, Daniel R: 318

Perry, Joseph C. Sr: 553

Blank: 42

Register of Probate

Stupak, Renee M: 4326

Blank: 942

PDF Documents of 11/03/20 Results:

November 3rd 2020 General / Referendum Election Results

MARCH 10, 2020 

MUNICIPAL ELECTION RESULTS

Orono Town Council - 2 Seats Open
Meghan Gardner: 455
Daniel LaPointe: 99
Cynthia Mehnert: 428
Write-In: 4
Blank: 114
Total Ballots Cast: 550

Regional School Unit No 26 - 2 Seats Open
Jacob Eckert: 437
Erin Ellis: 470
Write-In: 16
Blank: 177
Total Ballots Cast: 550

MARCH 3 2020 

PRIMARY AND REFERENDUM RESULTS

The following are unofficial results from the Town of Orono Ward 1, Precincts 1, 2, 3:

People’s Veto Referendum

YES: 456

NO: 2392

BLANK: 10

TOTAL CAST: 2858

Republican Primary

TRUMP, DONALD J: 271

BLANK: 83

TOTAL CAST: 354

Democratic Primary

BIDEN, JOSEPH R., JR: 441

BLOOMBERG, MICHAEL R.: 114

BOOKER, CORY A.: 2

BUTTIGIEG, PETER: 23

GABBARD, TULSI: 13

KLOBUCHAR, AMY J.: 18

PATRICK, DEVAL: 2

SANDERS, BERNARD: 1117

STEYER, THOMAS F.: 4

WARREN, ELIZABETH A.: 369

WILLIAMSON, MARIANNE: 0

YANG, ANDREW: 11

BLANK: 14

TOTAL CAST: 2128


NOVEMBER 5, 2019 

REFERENDUM ELECTION RESULTS

Question 1: Bond Issue 

Yes: 742
No: 107
Blank: 4

Question 2: Constitutional Amendment

Yes: 745
No: 100
Blank: 8 

Total Ballots Cast: 853

View the Maine Citizen’s Guide to this referendum election at this link

View a Sample Ballot here

RSU 26 Election June 11, 2019

RESULTS:

BALLOT ONE: RSU 26 BUDGET QUESTIONS

Article 1: In Favor of the RSU No. 26 budget as adopted during the RSU No. 26 public vote held on 6-11-2019.
Yes: 756
No: 281
Blank: 10

Article 2: In Favor of RSU No. 26 continuing with the budget validation process for an additional three years.
Yes: 693
No: 326
Blank: 28

BALLOT TWO: RSU 26 BOND QUESTION

Article 1: In Favor of the RSU No. 26 School Construction Bond as Presented
Yes: 631
No: 417
Blank: 0

Specimen ballots:

RSU26 Bond Question 

RSU26 Budget Questions

Three RSU 26 questions are on the ballot for the election being held on Tuesday, June 11th from 7:00am - 8:00pm at the Town Office upstairs in the Council Chambers.  Orono residents may register to vote on the day of the Election. Absentee ballots will be made available 30 days in advance of the Election date.