The annual election Monday drew roughly 3 percent of Bolton’s 3,493 registered voters, according to the town clerk’s office, with 102 ballots being cast. The low turnout was not a surprise, given that there were no contested races for local committees and boards, Town Clerk Pam Powell said. She also noted that a ballot question that would earmark property taxes toward the Central Massachusetts Mosquito Control Project was moot, since Town Meeting voters had already turned down the proposal.
Low voter turnout at election
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