FRAMINGHAM – Tuesday, Sept. 6 is the last day to register to vote if you wish to participate in the Sept. 26 City of Framingham preliminary election. Registration must take place by 8 p.m., according to the Town Clerk’s office.
There will be a preliminary election on Sept. 26 to narrow down the number of candidates for the city election, with the final election on November 7.
Framingham will elect a mayor, an 11-member City Council, and a 9-member School Committee. All will take office on January 1, 2018.
Registration is available online. Need to register to vote for the Sept 26 preliminary election, click here.
Want to know who is certified to be on the ballot? Click here.
These are the individuals on the Sept. 26 preliminary ballot. There are seven candidates wanting to be Framingham’s first mayor.
Individuals will vote for one of the seven candidates on Sept 26. The two individuals with the most votes will move on to the final election on November 7.
Everyone is still is in the same Precinct they were before, but there are also now 9 City of Framingham districts. Each district is comprised of two precincts.
Everyone will still vote in the same precinct, but they will elect a City Councilor and a School Committee member for their district, as well as elect 2 at-large City Councilors and a Mayor.
The districts are:
- District 1 (Precincts 1 & 2)
- District 2 ( 3 & 5)
- District 3 (4 & 7)
- District 4 (6 & 9)
- District 5 ( 8 & 12)
- District 6 (10 & 11)
- District 7 (13 & 14)
- District 8 (15 & 18)
- District 9 (16 & 17)
Don’t know what Precinct you are in? Click here.