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Final election results were certified Friday.
Milford went for Stephen Lynch, although the state voters as a whole chose Edward Markey in the primary.
Initial election results show 18 people were elected Tuesday to Milford Town Meeting through write-in campaigns. Most are casino opponents.
The former Navy SEAL and the longtime Congressman will face off June 25 to fill John Kerry's former U.S. Senate seat.
In one of the only contested races, town Treasurer Barbara Auger easily held on to her seat Tuesday, capturing 78 percent of the votes cast.
With two hours remaining at the polls, 4,589 people had cast ballots in at least one of the elections.
A quiet election year is taking place in Milford, with few contested races. Here's the ballot.
Milford will combine its town election this year with the state primary, which will decide which candidates advance in the U.S. Senate race.
Three people are running for two available seats on the Board of Library Trustees.
Joseph Morais, a financial planner, is seeking election Tuesday to an open seat on the School Committee. Both he and incumbent Patrick Holland are running unopposed.
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