Bucking the recent trend of overrides throughout the state, residents at the Nov. 6 election will be asked to vote on a $180,000 underride. Last year, town voters approved a $265,000 override to fund the Pentucket Regional School District budget. But only $85,000 was needed when the Pentucket budget request was rejected by the district's two other member towns, Groveland and Merrimac. If the underride passes, the levy limit, or total amount the town can tax, would be reduced by $180,000. If the underride is defeated, voters can then choose to use the $180,000 for any other purpose, according to town officials.