Waldo County residents voted Tuesday, Nov. 2, along with the rest of Maine, on three referendums: Question 1 is about CMP’s “Clean Energy Connect” project, Question 2 is a transportation bond, and Question 3 is a proposed constitutional amendment establishing a right to food. Town officials told The Republican Journal that turnout was higher than usual for an off election year, with no state or national races.

See below for results by town on each of the three questions, which will be updated as new numbers come in.

In addition, Belfast is filling three City Council seats and two seats on the Regional School Unit 71 Board of Directors. See our story here.