Comments for: How to receive results on election night

Posted Nov. 06, 2012, at 7:36 a.m.

In just a few hours the state and the nation will have voted and the country will anxiously be awaiting word of who will serve in our government next. In Maine, the BDN coordinates with town clerks from all over the state to make sure readers have the most up-to-the-minute …

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  • Anonymous

    Remember folks, the 2016 Presidential campaign starts tomorrow.

    • Anonymous

       Good way to look at it.The worst that can happen is four more years of nothing improving.

  • Anonymous

    I’m not sure why the town clerk in Bangor is taking half the night to post the results of the election.   Some of the numbers seem to have been leaked to the paper, who is reporting that Gratwick won, which is great.  I’d like to see the clerk get off the phone and get on the computer, so that we can all look at the results.  It shouldn’t take this long to post results.

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