At the polls June 12, Vassalboro voters re-elected two incumbent town officials and re-approved the 2018-19 school budget initially approved at the June 4 open town meeting.
Town Clerk Cathy Coyne reported that Selectman John Melrose received 808 votes and school board member Jolene Clark Gamage 786 votes.
The vote on the school budget was 620 in favor and 247 opposed, Coyne said.
She called the turnout “pretty good” for a primary election, with voters coming steadily all day.
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