With the city’s preliminary election scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 20, check out our guide to all things election, that you should know.
The Tuesday election is only the preliminary election and will eliminate one candidate for each seat, leaving the remaining ones for the final election in November.
WHOSE RUNNING FOR WHAT SEAT (Click on candidates’ names for a profile of their candidacy)
Ward 8 Councillor (two-year seat, I= incumbent, vote for one)
School Committee (three four-year seats, vote for three)
David Matayabas (Matayabas never responded to requests to speak to him.)
All polling places are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Ward 1/Precinct 1: , 20 Farnsworth St.
Ward 1/Precinct 2: l, 617 Lexington St.
Ward 2/Precincts 1 and 2:
Ward 3/Precinct 1:
Ward 3/Precinct 2:
Ward 4/Precincts 1 and 2:
Ward 5/Precincts 1 and 2: Former Bright School at 260 Grove St.
Ward 6/Precinct 1: Charles A. Lawless Housing Center, 110 Pond St.
Ward 6/Precinct 2: Arthur A. Clark Government Center. 119 School St.
Ward 7/Precincts 1 and 2: Former Banks School, intersection of Main and South streets.
Ward 8/Precinct 1: Whalen Housing Development, 84 Orange St.
Ward 8/Precinct 2: Former South Middle School, 510 Moody St.
Ward 9/Precinct 1: Arthur A. Clark Government Center. 119 School St.
Ward 9/Precinct 2: Cutter Street Polling Booth, 8 Cutter St.
Stay tuned to Patch for results on election night.