Voters came out to the polls Tuesday, June 14, around Knox County to cast their ballots.

Thomaston had 134 voters by 10:30 a.m. Election workers at the municipal building all agreed there had been a steady flow of voters since the polls opened at 8 a.m.

Thomaston ballot items include seats on the Select Board, the Board of Assessors and the RSU 13 School Board, and two opposing articles regarding the space known as the Thomaston Green.

Union had 175 voters by 11:30 a.m. Voters here are determining the future of the Thompson Community Center, two seats on the Select Board and the RSU 40 Board of Directors. Voters are also deciding on a land donation and the future format of town meetings.

In Waldoboro there were 317 voters as of 1:40 p.m. Waldoboro has contested races for Select Board and the RSU 40 Board of Directors. Other ballot items include ordinance changes, the municipal budget and the sale of the Friendship Street School.

For more information on June 14 elections, see the Courier-Gazette election rundown.

Election Warden Sandra Manahan monitors the polls in South Thomaston. Photo by Christine Simmonds

Ed Geis of Camden collects petition signatures outside the Thomaston Municipal Building. Photo by Christine Simmonds

Thomaston voters at the polls, June 14. Photo by Christine Simmonds

From left: Frank Devlin and Pete Lammert man the Thomaston ballot boxes June 14. Photo by Christine Simmonds

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