Morning after notes

There's not much to say about yesterday's primary that hasn't been said already. Here are the city's numbers.

Some other odds and ends: 

-- I caught a thought-provoking (and perhaps prescient) quotation on the AsMaineGoes forum: "I hope Charlie can turn all those Cote votes into his votes." 

-- Also, I was entertained by this PPH Ethan Strimling quotation, given his rabid anti-Pingree rhetoric during the campaign: "She will be a great standard-bearer for us." But good for him for letting bygones be bygones.

-- The League, obvs, is trumpeting its spot-on endorsement picks. "The League of Young Voters PAC is proud to announce another successful endorsement process with a huge 5-for-5 win in the June Primary," communications director Katie Diamond wrote in an email. "This was the first time the organization endorsed in a Primary, with incredible results."

-Deirdre Fulton 

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