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SPECIAL RE=- REINDUM <br />=W J HIGH A1 5D EQUAL M-ITFLO OPPORT - H=ORITY GROUPS <br />HELD JUI-.\TE 25, 1969 <br />In pursuance of the foregoing warrant, th6 legal voters of the <br />Town of Lexington met in their respective voting pla"ces in said To <br />of Lexington Wednesday June the twenty-fifth in the year - of our <br />Lord nineteen hundred and sixty- at seven o?clock in the <br />forenoon. <br />The following -laces were designated as the voting places' for <br />C> <br />the various - orecincts: Precinct One, Harrington School; Precinct Two, <br />Adams School; Precinct Three, 'Cary - . ,, �emor_JT_a­i Ha Precinct Four., Senior <br />High School; Precinct Five, Central Fire Station; Precinct Six, Maria <br />Hastings School <br />The following election officers having been duly appointed by <br />CD <br />the Selectmen, and Wardens of the various precincts 'were assigned <br />for duty as follows: <br />Precinct - One <br />Mary E. Clifford <br />Marjorie E. Wirpio <br />Eileen J. Fradette <br />Virginia M. Warner <br />Precinct Three <br />Randall W. Richards <br />Dolores 1 Swan <br />Marjorie <br />1odoono -- <br />Helen C. Rooney <br />Precinct Five <br />Joseph 0. Rooney <br />Mary F. Irwin <br />Mary C. Casey <br />Ida B. Fisk <br />Precinct Two <br />Warden Ilda J. Field <br />Clerk Agnes He1mlich <br />Inspector Henry P. Meade <br />Inspector Alice G. Marshall <br />The Dolls were declared open in each precinct at seven o a.m. <br />and remained open until eight otclock P. M., at which tLme, after <br />due notice, they were closed. <br />The election officers were sworn to the faithful performance <br />of their duties. <br />The total number of registered voters in each precinct as <br />follows: <br />Precinct <br />Precinct Four <br />Warden <br />Michael <br />H. Lovezzola <br />Clerk <br />Mary G. <br />Oliver <br />inspector <br />Mary G. <br />McCauley <br />Inspector <br />Edna F. <br />Marshall <br />2,709 <br />Precinct Six <br />Warden <br />Mary J. <br />Ferry <br />Clerk <br />Elizabeth F. Downey <br />Inspector <br />Irene V. <br />Fenerty <br />Inspector <br />Mary V. <br />Spencer <br />The Dolls were declared open in each precinct at seven o a.m. <br />and remained open until eight otclock P. M., at which tLme, after <br />due notice, they were closed. <br />The election officers were sworn to the faithful performance <br />of their duties. <br />The total number of registered voters in each precinct as <br />follows: <br />Precinct <br />One <br />2..874 <br />Precinct <br />Two <br />2 <br />Precinct <br />Three <br />2.,397 <br />Precinct <br />Four <br />2,382 <br />Precinct <br />Five <br />2,709 <br />Precinct <br />Six <br />__2, <br />(Twenty-eight hundred seventy-four) <br />(Twenty -four hundred eighty-nine) <br />(Twenty-three hundred ninety-seven) <br />(Twenty three hundred eighty-two) <br />(Twenty-seven hundred nine) - <br />(Twenty-five hundred thirteen) <br />Total 15 (Fifteen thousand three hundred sixty <br />The Registrars of Voters and the Town Clerk canvassed the <br />result as follows: <br />Precinct <br />One <br />1 -220 <br />.9 <br />(Twelve hundred <br />twenty <br />Precinct <br />Two <br />1 .,170 <br />(Eleven hundred <br />seventy) <br />Precinct <br />Three <br />1$036 <br />(One thousand thirty-six) <br />Precinct <br />Four <br />1, <br />(Eleven hundred <br />forty) - -- <br />Precinct <br />Five <br />1 .93 8 4 <br />(Thirteen hundred eighty-four) <br />Precinct <br />Six <br />1,135 <br />(Eleven hundred <br />thirty-five) <br />Total <br />7.9085 <br />(Seven thousand <br />eighty -five) <br />