Ginny Coppola and Lorraine Brue are unofficially the new Foxborough selectmen, defeating selectman chairman Larry Harrington and school committee member Martha Slattery.
Coppola topped the ballot with 3608, while Brue had 3500. Harrington was third at 2610 and Slattery had 2469.
Both Coppola and Brue say they oppose building a casino in Foxborough, while Harrington and Slattery were in favor of hearing the proposal.
In the uncontested races:
Assessor-Michael K. Laracy-4540
School Committee-Bruce D. Gardner 4345, Catherine Maureen Owens Kominsky 4268
Water and Sewer Commissioner-Michael P. Stanton 4498
Board of Health-Paul Mullins 4314
Boyden Library Trustees-Ellen Pillsbury 4442, Frances Theby Spillane 4436
Planning Board Members-Gordon W. Greene 4390, Kevin P. Weinfeld 4301
Housing Authority-Candance Loewen 4466
(As of 8:32 p.m.)
Foxborough Patch's Dan Libon is reporting 58 percent turnout with 6,196 votes casted.
Candidate Ginny Coppola celebrated her birthday Monday.
(As of 8:25 p.m.)
While the casino issue has been dominating the campaigns, the new Foxborough selectmen are also going to be dealing with is what to do with town hall whether to renovate or rebuild.
Selectmen are also expected to be dealing with the issues of the roads in Foxborough.
On Foxboro Cable, selectmen chairman Larry Harrington was criticial of town manager Kevin Paicos saying he has to work with the board and work with people in town. He also says Paicos has to focused on his specific goals instead of trying to accomplish too many things.
(As of 8:10 p.m.)
Candidate Martha Slattery is on Foxborough Cable talking about the election. She said, "it was a long haul, (but) I met a lot of nice people along the way." She also outlined town hall renovations, school renovations and roads as being three big issues to host Bob Hickey.
The polls are closed and the ballots are being counted.
(As of 7:44 p.m.)
A record voting day for Foxborough has been taken place all day.
Channel 4 is reporting that 65-percent of the voters are expected to cast ballots, compared to only 17-percent in the last election.
Results are expected to be announced at 9 p.m.
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