Tiverton, Little Compton voters back all questions in Special Election

Posted 3/5/21

Rhode Island voters approved all seven spending questions put before them in the Special Election on Tuesday on Tuesday, March 2, and voters in Tiverton and Little Compton did the same.

The two towns …

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Tiverton, Little Compton voters back all questions in Special Election

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Rhode Island voters approved all seven spending questions put before them in the Special Election on Tuesday on Tuesday, March 2, and voters in Tiverton and Little Compton did the same.

The two towns voted overwhelming support for Question 2 (Beach, Clean Water and Green Bond), and Question 4 (Transportation Infrastructure).

Margins were much tighter for the question involving the largest amount of money —  Question 1 (Higher Education Facilities), and for Question 6 (Arts Economy and State Preservation Grants).

Little Compton results:

1. Higher Education Facilities - $107,300,000

Yes: 416 (57.9%)

No: 303 (42.1%)

2. Beach, Clean Water and Green Bond - $74,000,000

Yes: 569 (79.0%)

No: 151 (21.0%)

3. Housing, and Community Opportunity - $65,000,000

Yes: 471 (66.2%)

No: 240 (33.8%)

4. Transportation Infrastructure - $71,700,000

Yes: 594 (82.2%)

No: 129 (17.8%)

5. Early Care & Education Cap. Fund — $15,000,000

Yes: 508 (70.6%)

No: 212 (29.4%)

6. Arts, Economy & State Preservation - $7,000,000

Yes: 458 (63.6%)

No: 262 (36.4%)

7. Industrial Facilities Infrastructure, $60,000,000

Yes: 393 (54.7%)

No: 326 (45.3%)

Tiverton results

1. Higher Education Facilities - $107,300,000

Yes: 987 (51.2%)

No: 940 (48.8%)

2. Beach, Clean Water and Green Bond - $74,000,000

Yes: 1394 (72.4%)

No: 532 (27.6%)

3. Housing, and Community Opportunity - $65,000,000

Yes: 1128 (59.2%)

No: 778 (40.8%)

4. Transportation Infrastructure - $71,700,000

Yes: 1590 (82.2%)

No: 345 (17.8%)

5. Early Care & Education Cap. Fund — $15,000,000

Yes: 1185 (61.5%)

No: 741 (38.5%)

6. Arts, Economy & State Preservation - $7,000,000

Yes: 990 (51.3%)

No: 938 (48.7%)

7. Industrial Facilities Infrastructure, $60,000,000

Yes: 1034 (53.7%)

No: 891 (46.3%)

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