About three-quarters of Natick voters chose Joe Biden over President Donald Trump in Tuesday’s Presidential Election, though the results are unofficial. This is based on ballots cast by 87% of registered voters.
With so many Natick voters casting their ballots early (more than 70%), it made for a relatively quiet day at the polls based on our observations. Town Clerk Diane Packer told the Natick Select Board the day after the election that mail-in voting is here to stay.
In other races, incumbent Sen. Edward Markey topped Kevin O’Connor in Wellesley, and Democrat Katherine Clark defeated Caroline Colarusso for the 5th Congressional District seat.
Natick’s results were consistent with those of the state as a whole, according to unofficial results.
On the ballot questions, Natick went with Yes on Questions 1 (expanded right to repair) and 2 (ranked choice). The state went with Yes on 1, but No on 2, according to the latest results.