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Perry elected town constable

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In one of the few contested races in last week’s election, James Perry was reelected town constable, defeating Brian Graziano, 688 to 281, according to the unofficial results on the town website. Of the 17,843 registered voters in Norwood, 1,087, or 6.09 percent, voted in this election. Helen Abdallah Donohue, who was reelected to the Board of Selectmen, said she was very pleased with the results. “Some people like golf, some people like tennis, I like government,” she said. “It’s an honor and a duty to serve.” Donohue, who has already served four terms on the Board of Selectmen, said that low turnouts are part of democracy and that she expects a much bigger turnout for the special election for US Senate.

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