How Knox, Waldo Counties voted in the Maine Gubernatorial Race

Herstory: Mills to be Maine’s first female Governor

Wed, 11/07/2018 - 1:00am

Voters going to the voting booths for the November 2018 were tasked with electing a new Governor as current Governor Paul LePage is term-limited. 

With results from the Nov. 6 election still rolling in, remaining candidates Teresea Hayes (I-Buckfield) and Shawn Moody (R-Gorham) conceded defeat, according to news reports. Alan Caron (I-Freeport) pulled out in the days leading up to Election Day. 

Thus, Janet Mills (D-Farmington) made history by becoming Maine’s first female Governor. 

Below is how the local towns voted for Governor. 

  Janet Mills (D) Shawn Moody (R) Alan Caron (I) Teresea Hayes (I)
Appleton 391 314 0 28
Belfast 2,342 1,006 32 171
Belmont 209 214 6 35
Brooks        
Burnham 211 276 3 18
Camden 3,539 746 0 108
Cushing 342 359 0 32
Frankfort 190 294 0 40
Freedom 166 178 0 29
Friendship 268 338 0 27
Hope 530 358 0 46
Isle au Haut 48 8 0 4
Islesboro 285 83 0 16
Jackson 121 132 0 11
Knox 124 220 4 24
Liberty 206 205 2 42
Lincolnville 833 470 13 66
Matinicus 28 11 1 6
Monroe 278 213 5 20
Morrill 208 259 0 29
Montville 288 215 0 28
North Haven 192 63 0 10
Northport 520 360 0 37
Owls Head 449 389 14 40
Palmero 282 432 6 44
Prospect 131 170 0 16
Rockland 1,895 943 37 147
Rockport 1,285 675 0 94
Searsmont 370 320 7 51
Searsport 626 532 19 70
South Thomaston 412 304 6 36
St. George 868 545 0 75
Stockton Springs 450 396 9 48
Swanville 278 361 0 44
Thomason 681 505 0 75
Thorndike 183 156 28 13
Troy 196 226 5 26
Union 535 618 0 72
Unity 383 315 24 52
Vinalhaven 432 200 0 41
Waldo 194 183 0 27
Waldoboro 1,030 1,108 0 134
Warren 674 914 22 95
Washington 323 401 0 49
Winterport 830 909 0 97