Town Clerk John Flynn Discusses the Overwhelming Voter Turnout in Watertown for Midterms

Town Hall – This past Tuesday was the Country’s Mid-Term Elections, and Massachusetts voters had a number of important races and questions to vote on. In total there were, 16,821 votes cast in Watertown, representing 65-percent of registered voters. Those numbers were very similar to the voter turnout for the previous Presidential election. Watertown is in its second year of early voting and 3,071 people got their vote in before Tuesday’s deadline. We sat down with Watertown’s Town Clerk John Flynn about the amount of people who voted, how many absentee and E-ballots were received, and how this election compares to past elections.


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Produced by Steven Accardi, Videographer
November 8, 2018

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