Revere rejects slots parlor in non-binding vote
REVERE, Mass. — By a large margin, voters in Revere have said no to a proposed gambling hall in the city.
The referendum on Tuesday was non-binding but appears to be a setback for Question 1 on the Nov. 8 state ballot would authorize the Massachusetts Gaming Commission to license a second slots parlor in the state. A developer, Eugene McCain, hopes to build that facility near the Suffolk Downs race track.
The Boston Globe reports that unofficial results show Revere voters rejecting the idea by a nearly 2-1 margin.
Despite the vote, McCain says he'll continue to push for passage of the... read more
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