FRAMINGHAM – Tuesday is election day.
Voters will have seven mayoral candidates to choose from on September 26.
The two individuals with the most votes will be placed on the November 7 ballot. One will become the City of Framingham’s first mayor.
Not sure where to vote? Click here. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Also on Tuesday, voters will see five names for at-large city council. Voters will pick two. The top four will be placed on the November 7 ballot, and two will be elected to the city’s first council. Some voters will have races for district city council. Click here for a list of those.
But the race that has generated the most interest is the mayoral.
Framingham Source asked each of the seven candidates to fill out a questionnaire with biographical information.
The questionnaire also asked each candidate to answer 10 one-word questions ranging from needs in Framingham, number of apartments and taxes.
Finally, the questionnaire tackled some of the biggest issues facing Framingham from empty plazas to the Framingham Schools.
The mayoral candidates were asked whether they would support a dog park, an arts center, a splash pad, tuition-free higher education, and what they would do in their first 100 days.
Click on the links below for what each of the seven had to say.
They are listed below based on the order they will appear on the ballot on Tuesday.