On Tuesday a special election was held where the residents of Brockton voted in
favor of the proposed casino. The casino will be built at the Brockton
Fairgrounds for $650 million.
The referendum was approved by 143 votes. 32 percent of the city's registered
voters voted in the election.
Mass Gaming and Entertainment is the developer for the proposed Brockton casino.
It is part of Rush Street Gaming that operates Illinois and Pennsylvania
There is a third gaming license yet to be awarded by the state. Approval from
voters on a proposed casino is necessary for the project to be considered for
the license. Somerset and New Bedford are also bidding for the license.
It is expected that this fall is when the final casino license will be awarded.
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