On Nov. 5, voters are encouraged to check off their choices on the ballot. This year’s voting day will bring with it a welcomed rise in participation, as Jim Letterie, John Munson, and Kurt Millar vie for the precinct 2 position.
In addition to Precinct 2, other voters will see the following on their ballot:
Precinct 1, 2 years
Precinct 4, 4 years
Barbara T. Flockhart
Precinct 6, 4 years
Stephen M. Ruggiero II
Councilor At Large (2 Year)
Robert A. DeMarco
Councilor At Large (4 Year)
Council President 2 years
Philip R. Boncore
Housing Authority, 4 years
Frank R. Ferrara*
Richard D. Honan*
Vincent W. Wisniewski, Jr.
Library Trustee (2 Year)
Laura Marie Barrett
Library Trustee (4 Year)
John R. Dowd, Jr.
Nancy E. Giuffre
Denise V. LoConte
Lisa May Schad
Ronald E. Bergman*
Voters will be asked to vote yes or no for the adoption of a bylaw that prohibits all or certain types of adult (recreational) use marijuana establishments from operating in town.
A “YES” vote on this Ballot Question would be in favor of adopting the Zoning Bylaw to PROHIBIT all types of adult-use marijuana establishments in the Town.
A “NO” vote would be OPPOSED to adopting the prohibitory Zoning Bylaw.
On a mission to communicate with residents to ensure transparency regarding voting protocol, Town Clerk, Carla Vitale has been updating the Carla Vitale Town Clerk Facebook page.
Precinct 1 Winthrop Middle/High School at 400 Main Street
Precinct 2 Arthur T. Cummings School at 40 Hermon Street
Precinct 3 Winthrop Middle/High School at 400 Main Street
Precinct 4 O’Connell Hall on Golden Drive
Precinct 5 Arthur T. Cummings School at 40 Hermon Street
Precinct 6 Winthrop Middle/High School at 400 Main Street
Precincts 2 & 5 now vote in the Cummings School Cafetorium, School Street Entrance. There is no school on election-day, November 5th and the polls will be open from 7am to 8pm.
To confirm you are properly registered to vote and the correct location, visit The Secretary of State’s Voter Database:
Or call the office at 617-846-1742