Plymouth Local Voting Results

November 8, 2022 Election Results

Article 1a

Shall the Town of Plymouth borrow up to an additional $800,000 thru a Municipal Bond to pay for the full and proposed weatherization/deferred maintenance project to be paid back over a 25-year period?

YES: 161

NO: 138

Blank: 11

Total Votes: 310

Article 1b

Shall the Town of Plymouth proceed with the weatherization/deferred maintenance project and only complete portions of the project with the funds previously authorized by the Voters in the amount of $950,000?

YES: 194

NO: 88

Blank: 28

Total Votes: 310

Article 2

Shall the Town of Plymouth adopt the Declaration of Inclusion signed by Vermont Governor Phil Scott in 2021 to condemn racism and welcome all persons to live freely and express their opinions as stated in the proposed language for a Plymouth Declaration of Inclusion as written below:

“The town of Plymouth condemns racism and welcomes all persons, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity or expression, age, or disability, and wants everyone to feel safe and welcome in our community.

As a town, we formally condemn all discrimination in all of its forms, commit to fair and equal treatment of everyone in our community, and will strive to ensure all of our actions, polices, and operating procedures reflect this commitment.”

YES: 254

NO: 47

Blank: 9

Total Votes: 310

Article 3

Shall the Town of Plymouth VT declare itself a Second Amendment Sanctuary town?

YES: 122

NO: 177

Blank: 11

Total Votes: 310

Article 4

Shall the Town of Plymouth permit the operation of licensed cannabis retailers pursuant to the Title 7 V.S.A §863 which states:

“Prior to a cannabis retailer or the retail portion of an integrated licensee operating within a municipality, the municipality shall affirmatively permit the operation of such cannabis establishments by majority vote of those present and voting by Australian ballot at an annual or special meeting warned for that purpose. A municipality may place retailers or integrated licensees, or both, on the ballot for approval.”

YES: 161

NO: 129

Blank: 2

Total Votes: 292

Justice of the Peace Results

Shawn H Bemis 181

Karen Evans 191

Chase Morsey 161

Richard G Olmstead III 171

Steven J Radonis 161

Write-ins: 8

Blank Votes: 677

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