Arlington 2019 Town Election Results, Voter Turnout


Arlington held its annual town election Saturday. (Jenna Fisher/Patch)

ARLINGTON, MA — The results of Arlington’s annual town election are in, and the town has decided on a new select board member. Finance Committee member Stephen DeCourcey defeated Robert Tosi Jr. to fill late selectman Kevin Greeley’s seat.

DeCourcey received 3,554 votes to Tosi’s 2,468. He will succeed Clarissa Rowe, who has been serving on the board in an interim capacity following Greeley’s death in November.

According to the town’s unofficial results, voter turnout town-wide was nearly 20 percent, with Precinct 11 seeing 31 percent voter turnout.

See the full election results below:

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