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    A voter gets an "I Voted Today" sticker from a ballot clerk on Tuesday at Augusta Ward 2 polling place.

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    Waterville mayoral candidates, from left, John Levesque, Erik Thomas and Nick Isgro and Ward 4 council candidate Chris Rancourt greet Waterville voters at Thomas College polling place on Tuesday.

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    Residents cast ballots on Tuesday at Augusta Ward 2 polling place in Augusta city hall.

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    Ballot clerk Cookie Luce opens the slider over the ballot box opening on Tuesday in the Sidney Town Office.

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    A voter drops a school budget ballot into the box on Tuesday in the Sidney Town Office.

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    Sidney Town Clerk Winnie Kinsella, center, and ballot clerk Shawna Foye chat with a voter as they check in and get ballots on Tuesday in the Sidney Town Office. Foye recently retired after a 37 year career as Sidney town clerk.

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    Waterville City Clerk Patti Dubois, center, speaks on a phone beside an electronic voting machine that was not working properly during early voting at Thomas College polling place on Tuesday.

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    Petition signature gatherer Jonathan Silverman talks to voters about the petition to restore ranked choice voting on Tuesday at Augusta Ward 2 polling place.

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    H. David Cotta, a former state representative for China with his arms outstretched, speaks with voters outside the election polling station Tuesday morning in China.

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    Voters head to the polls to select a mayor at Thomas College in Waterville on Tuesday.

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    Nick Isgro, center, feels a moment of relief after hearing he has been re-elected mayor of Waterville and accepts congratulations from Councilor Nick Champagne, right, at Thomas College in Waterville on Tuesday.

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    Councilor Nick Champagne, facing, reads the voting results as he celebrates the results with Julian Payne who was elected to the Waterville school board at Thomas College in Waterville on Tuesday.

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    Nick Isgro gives a thumbs up after hearing the results of the Waterville mayoral race at Thomas College in Waterville on Tuesday as he shakes hands with Councilor Nick Champagne. Councilor Sydney Mayhew is to the left.

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    Ballot clerk Noreen Murray prepares to hand out ballots to Madison voters as others cast theirs at the fire department on Tuesday. Residents were voting on whether to ban marijuana establishments in town. Turnout was reportedly steady throughout the day.

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    Voting was steady in Winslow during the morning on Tuesday. Voters were deciding on a proposed $10.3 million bond to pay for school renovations and consolidation.

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    Voting was steady in Winslow during the morning on Tuesday. Voters were deciding on a proposed $10.3 million bond to pay for school renovations and consolidation.

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