Three polling places opened their doors and had people lining up most of the day. New voter registration numbers also hit high marks during the day.
“We had the last voters coming into the booth at 8:40 p.m.,” Town Administrator John Anderson said.
Preliminary results were read to the public by 10 p.m., another record Anderson noted as in past years and on slower voting days results came much, much later.
“It was breakthrough for all of us to get those totals,” he said.
Anderson credited the town team of clerks, officials and volunteers who made the day a huge success.