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Rep. Deb Sanderson, R-Chelsea, has won re-election for a fourth consecutive term in House District 88. Sanderson defeated Jim Torbert, D-Whitefield, 2,914-2,052, according to unofficial results.
With a vote of 3,335-2,304, Rep. Mick Devin, D-Newcastle, defeated Robin Mayer, R-Damariscotta to win re-election for a third consecutive term in House District 90, according to unofficial results.
Waldoboro Selectman Abden Simmons, R-Waldoboro, has won election in House District 91, according to unofficial results. Simmons defeated Emily Trask-Eaton, D-Waldoboro, 2,718-2,236.
According to unofficial results, Rep. Stephanie Hawke, R-Boothbay Harbor, has won re-election for a second consecutive term. Hawke defeated Wendy Wolf, I-Boothbay Harbor, 3,048-2,564 in House District 89.
Sen. Chris Johnson, D-Somerville, has conceded the race for Senate District 13 to Dana Dow, R-Waldoboro. According to unofficial results, Dow led Johnson 12,108-10,759.
Rep. Jeff Hanley, R-Pittston, has won re-election for his second consecutive term in House District 87. Hanley defeated Wendy Ross, D-Wiscasset, 3,041-2,257, according to unofficial results.
Updated at 2:29 a.m.
With results from Alna, Arrowsic, Bath, Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, Bowdoin, Bowdoinham, Bremen, Bristol, Chelsea, Damariscotta, Dresden, Edgecomb, Friendship, Jefferson, Monhegan, Newcastle, Nobleboro, Pittston, Randolph, Somerville, South Bristol, Southport, TopshamUnion, Waldoboro, Washington, West Bath, Westport Island, Whitefield, Windsor, Wiscasset, and Woolwich:
Eloise Vitelli, D-Arrowsic, leads Guy Lebida, R-Bowdoin, 9,923-8,688 in Senate District 23.
In House District 53, Rep. Jeff Pierce, R-Dresden, leads William Neilson, D-Arrowsic, 2,020-1,348.
Richard Bradstreet, R-Vassalboro, leads Rep. Lori Fowle, D-Vassalboro, 934-719 in House District 80.
Referendum results in Lincoln County:
Question 1 (marijuana legalization) – 11,007 no, 10,870 yes.
Question 2 (education tax) – 10,993 no, 10,850 yes.
Question 3 (background checks) – 12,097 no, 9,851 yes.
Question 4 (minimum wage) – 12,297 yes, 9,567 no.
Question 5 (ranked-choice voting) – 11,020 yes, 10,474 no.
Question 6 (transportation bond) – 13,733 yes, 7,916 no.