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The Tiverton Town Council upheld Town Clerk Nancy Mello's dismissal of a complaint filed by a resident against at school employee who had political pins on her desk.
The leadership roles in Little Compton's Town Council didn't change at its first meeting since the Nov. 6 election.
Unofficial results remained unchallenged by additional mail-in votes counted at the state Board of Elections this week.
The Board of Elections is still counting mail-in ballots on Thursday, after workers couldn't process the 18,000 ballots by Wednesday. Tiverton results council be skewed, while Little Compton's will likely stay about the same.
A photo montage of Election Day 2012 in Tiverton and Little Compton.
Voters jumped a few hurdles to make it to the polls on Election Day in Tiverton. Little Compton voters battled long lines at the town's only polling precinct.
Tiverton 1st and Democratic candidates carried a majority of wins in local races as the unofficial results came in on Tuesday night,
Rhode Island voters favor Democrats in election.
Voters in Rhode Island on Tuesday cast their ballot for Barack Obama, giving him the state's 4 Electoral votes.
President Obama defeated Republican Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential election.
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