Saturday, May 15, was Election Day in Plympton. Out of 2,392 registered voters, there were 417 ballots cast, or 17.43%.
Town Clerk Patricia Detterman posted the following unofficial results.
The selectmen’s race saw incumbent Christine M. Joy win her bid for re-election to a three – year term with 341 votes to David Detterman’s nine votes. There were 65 votes left blank and Other got two votes.
The 3-year term for Assessor saw 404 Blank and 13 Other.
The 1-year term for Assessor saw 416 Blank and one Other.
Harry Weikel won re-election to a three-year term on the Board of Health with 336 votes. 81 left their choice blank.
Nathanial Sides won another three-year term on the Finance Committee with 35 votes in a write-in campaign. 378 were left blank and Other got two votes.
Miranda Anne Pink got 333 votes to fill one three-year term as Library Trustee. The other three-year term only got two votes and there were 499 blank votes for the two positions.
The one-year term for Library Trustee won just three votes for Other and 414 Blank.
James Cohen won the seat on the Planning Board for five years with 33 votes. Sean Mahoney got 20 votes, Others got 10 votes and 354 were left Blank.
Paul d’Angelo, longtime member of the Planning Board, won a seat for four years with 31 votes to Jeff Johnson’s 22 votes. Others were 6. 358 votes were left blank.
A spirited contest for School Committee saw Jason W. Fraser re-elected to one of the seats with 288 votes and newcomer Nicole M. Mahoney will join the board on the other seat after gaining 169 votes. Other candidates, Suzanne Jefferian got 106 votes and Robert R. Montgomery took 131. Blanks were 139, and Other got one vote.
Lukasz Kowalski won a three-year term to the Silver Lake Regional School Committee with 321 votes and Other got one vote. 95 left it blank.
Town Clerk Patricia Detterman was re-elected to a three-year term with 343 votes, Other got five votes, and Blanks were 69.
William N. Hayes, Jr. won another three-year term as tree warden with 345 votes. Blanks were 72.