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Framingham Town Election Today - Polls Open at 7:00AM

April 5, 2011 (5:03 am EST)
Filed under: Politics by News Staff
2011 - Framingham Annual Town Election Info

Framingham Annual Town Election, Tuesday, April 5, 2011. Polls are open from 7:00AM to 8:00PM.

FRAMINGHAM, MA -The 2011 Annual Framingham Town Elections are being held today, Tuesday, April 5, 2011.

*** All polls are open from 7:00am until 8:00pm. ***

Complete information about polling places, (where to vote in Framingham), can be found here.

If you're not sure which precinct you live in, or where to vote -- use the MA Secretary of State WHERE DO I VOTE? website to find election info for your exact address.

NOTE: You must already be registered to vote! (The deadline for to register for this election was Wednesday, March 16, 2011).

For more info about Voter Registration, Nominations or aspects of Framingham elections, contact Framingham Town Clerk's Office, 150 Concord Street, (Room 105), Framingham, Massachusetts 01702, or by phone at: (508) 532-5520


Call For Candidate Position Papers

January 28, 2011 (2:26 am EST)
Filed under: Politics by News Staff
Framingham candidates invited to submit postions, bios, election info.

Help Framingham voters get to know who you are what your postions are.

FRAMINGHAM, MA - Candidates for the upcoming 2011 Framingham Annual Town Election are invited to submit position papers including a brief bio and other info related to their candidacy which will be published in a special Election 2011 section of this website.

While many candidates could write a short novel about any single issue they are passionate about, we are asking that "positions" be simply stated, e.g.- "For city form of government", "Against legalized hemp production", "For removing dams and letting Sudbury River clean itself", etc.

Info should be the equivalent of one 8 1/2" x 14, "legal size" typewritten page PLUS one ...[read more]

November 2, 2010 - Election Results

November 2, 2010 (9:32 pm EST)
Filed under: Politics by News Staff
2010 Ballot

Who is Framingham's newest State Rep ?

FRAMINGHAM, MA - Below are the "unofficial" tallies of votes cast in Framingham for the November 2, 2010 Massachusetts State Election. These tallies are for Framingham only, the outcome of the majority of these races and the results of ballot initiatives depend on statewide election returns.

The only race which was decided entirely by Framingham voter is the election of State Rep. for the 6th Middlesex District, the seat currently held by Pam Richardson.  You'll have to read through the list to see who is going to be Framingham's newest State Rep...

Party designations are listed as: (R) = Republican, (D) = Democrat, (I) = Independent, (G-R) = Green-Rainbow, and (U) = Unenrolled. ...[read more]

Voter Registration Deadline for Presidential Election

October 8, 2008 (9:56 pm EST)
Filed under: Politics by News Staff

FRAMINGHAM, MA -- The Presidential/State Election will be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2008. The polls are open from 7:00am until 8:00pm.

Voter Registration Deadline for the election is Wednesday, October 15, 2008. The Framingham Town Clerk's Office in the Memorial Building, 150 Concord St., Framingham, will be open on Wednesday from 8:30am - 8:00pm.

Pursuant to Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 51,26, to be eligible to vote in the Presidential/State Election, your mail-in voter registration form MUST be POSTMARKED on or before October 15, 2008.

To confirm your voter registration and polling location, please call the office at (508) 532-5521.

For a voter registration form, go here:

For an absentee ballot application, go here:

To view a sample of your Presidential/State Election ballot (including questions), go here:

Note: You can view your ballot as soon as the Secretary of the Commonwealth posts it on this site.


Vote in the Primary on Tuesday, Sept. 19th

September 17, 2006 (7:54 pm EST)
Filed under: Politics by News Staff

FRAMINGHAM, MA -- Don' forget to vote in the primary on Tuesday, September 19th. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Don't miss your chance to nominate your choice to serve in the State Legislature, as Governor and other state officers and members of the United States Congress.

Click here if you need to know where to vote: Where Do I Vote? You can also see the Democratic and Republican ballots to review the choices before you visit the polls by clicking on the link.