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ELECTIONS AND TOWN MEETING ACTION & WARRANTS
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Election Results - State Election
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WARRANT FOR STATE ELECTION <br />COMMONVVEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS <br />11IDDLESEX ss, <br />To either of the Constables of the Town of Lexington, in said <br />County: Greeting: <br />In the name of the Commonwealth you are hereby required to <br />notify and warn the inhabitants of said town who are qualified to <br />vote in Elections to meet in <br />ADAMS SCHOOL, East Lexington (Precinct 1) <br />CARY MEMORIAL BUILDING, Lexington Center (Precinct 2, Precinct <br />3, and Precinct 4) <br />on TUESDAY, the THIRD day Of NOV 1936, at six o A. M. <br />to cast their ballots for the following officers: <br />Presidential Electors; Governor; Lieutenant Governor; Secretary; <br />Treasurer; Auditor; Attorney General; Senator in Congress; Rep- <br />resentative in Congress; Councillor; Senator; Two Representatives in <br />General Court; Register of Probate and Insolvency- Two County <br />Commissioners; County Treasurer; One Clerk of the Courts ( to fill <br />vacancy), <br />And to take action on the following questions: <br />QUESTION 1. <br />"Shall sections twenty-six to thirty-one H, inclusive, of <br />chapter thirty-t of the General Laws, inserted therein by section <br />one of an act of the general court passed in the current year <br />entitled 'An Act providing for Contributory Retirement Systems <br />for Cities and Towns that may be Accepted by Them, and making <br />Certain Other Changes in the Laws relative to '-Retirement Systems', Yes <br />enabling cities and to which accept it to establish contribu- <br />tory retirement systems for their employees, be accepted ?" No <br />QUESTION 2. <br />To obtain a full expression of opinion, voters should vote <br />on all three of the following questions:- <br />C__ <br />(a) If a voter desires to permit the sale in this town of <br />any and all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on and off the 'ore- <br />mises where sold, he will vo Ile "Yes" on all three que <br />(b) If he desires to permit the sale herein of urines and <br />malt beverages only to be drunk on and off the premises where sold <br />he will vote tf No" on question one, "Yes'" on question two and 31 <br />" No t ' on question three. <br />(c) If he desires to permit the sale herein of all alcoholic <br />beverages but only in packages, so called ?t not to be drunk on <br />the premises where sold -NNT <br />he will vote error questions one and <br />two and "Yes" on question three. <br />(d) If he desires to permit the sale herein of wines and <br />malt beverages to be drunk on and off the premises where sold <br />and in addition other alcoholic beverages but only in packages, <br />so called, not to be drunk on the premises where sold, he will <br />N <br />vote "o" on question one and "Yes" on questions two and three. <br />(e) If he desires to prohibit the sale herein of any and <br />all alcoholic beverages whether to be drank on or off the premises <br />where sold, he will vote "No" on all three questions. <br />1. Shall licenses be granted in this town for the sale <br />therein of all alcoholic beverages (whiskey, rum., gin, malt <br />beverages, wines and all other alcoholic beveragesT? Yes <br />No <br />
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