Making Democracy Work

Spring Election 2023

Preliminary results from the Town of Plymouth Spring Election 2023 are available from the Town Clerk’s Web Site.

  • Kevin Canty and Richard Quintal elected to Select Board
  • Michelle and Robert Morgan elected to School Committee
  • Carl Donaldson and David Peck elected to Planning Board
  • Charter Question: 66.57% No, 31.61% Yes.

LWV Forum on Property Taxes



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