6.9 Percent Turn Out in Westborough For Primary

Most of the candidates were unopposed.

Voting in Westborough during Thursday's Massachusetts State Primary was slow all day, drawing 6.9 percent of the town's registered voters, according to unofficial results provided by .

The primary saw 769 of Westborough's 11,178 registered voters participate among the five voting precincts, Yendriga said. There were 489 ballots cast by Democrats, 279 by Republicans, and by a Green-Rainbow member.

Most of the candidates were unopposed.

However, in Precincts 1 and 3, Democratic state representative candidate Danielle Gregoire out-polled Joseph Collins Sr., 121 to 58.

Incumbent state Rep. Steven Levy was unopposed in the Republican primary for this seat. He received 97 votes.

Meanwhile, incumbent U.S. Rep. James McGovern out-polled Democratic challenger William Feegbeh in Westborough, 430 to 42.


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