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Elections, Local Connections
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Unofficial results are in from Tuesday's annual town election in Westwood.
The town saw 11 percent of voters head to the polls on Tuesday.
Town Clerk Dottie Powers hopes to see 20 percent of Westwood's voters make it to the polls.
Peter Hack and Christopher Pfaff are eyeing a vacant seat left by Carol Chafetz.
Polls were relatively quiet in Westwood on Tuesday in a Presidential Primary much different than that of 2008.
The town saw 22 percent of voters head to the polls on Tuesday.
Westwood Town Clerk is hoping for a 30 percent voter turnout.
A local view of who's on the ballot.
Eight delegates and three alternates from Westwood will head to the 2012 Massachusetts State Convention in June.
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