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Barrington students and staff are being urged to register to vote in the next election at a drive in the high school cafeteria today, April 3.
Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin will swear in the Barrington Town Council, School Committee and Moderator at the organizational meeting on Monday evening, Dec. 3.
The Rhode Island Board of Elections completed the counting of 926 absentee ballots and Ann Strong was officially elected to the Barrington Town Council today.
The RI Board of Elections will not complete and post the final vote totals from Tuesday's election, including absentee ballots, until Thursday at 4 pm; one Barrington race still in doubt.
Only one Republican got an election win Tuesday night: School Committee Chairman Patrick Guida, who now finds himself in the minority again on that board.
Rhode Island voters favor Democrats in election.
President Obama defeated Republican Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential election.
Updates on the 2012 federal and state elections will be posted here throughout the day. Connect with us on Twitter at #PatchElections.
Voters in Rhode Island on Tuesday cast their ballot for Barack Obama, giving him the state's 4 Electoral votes.
Democratic candidates grab the majority on both the Town Council and the School Committee; both incumbent Democrats grab the House District 66 and 67 seats.
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