Mohegan Sun has asked for a recount while Suffolk Downs is now considering a casino in Revere.
Patrick tells WBZ NewsRadio 1030 that he supports the law as it stands.
“I think it’s working exactly as it’s suppose to which is to authorize up to three destination resort licenses and one racino I guess it’s called, and let local communities make decision about whether they want the facilities in their own communities,” Patrick said.
In a poll released earlier this week, The Western New England University Polling Institute found that three out of five adults in Massachusetts say they’re in favor of having casinos in the state, but a majority – 55 percent – also say they do not want one in their community.
On the flip slide, communities like Everett, Revere and Springfield have said they would like casinos.