FRAMINGHAM – If you live in District 1 comprised of Precincts 1 and 2, you will vote for mayor, up to two individuals for at-large council, a district councilor, and a School Committee member on Tuesday, November 7.
The polls will be open on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Those in Precinct 1 vote at King Elementary. Those in Precinct 2 vote at Potter Road Elementary. (FYI: Framingham Public Schools are closed to students on Tuesday. Staff and teachers have a professional development day.)
District 1 is home to Garden in the Woods, Nobscot Reservation and Mountain, Hanson’s Farm. the new Avalon development, Potter Road elementary, Stapleton Elementary, and Cameron Middle schools. Like District 2, it is part Nobscot and part Saxonville.
There are two names on the ballot looking to be elected Framingham’s first mayor. They are Yvonne Spicer and John Stefanini. Source asked both candidates a series of questions. You can read their answers by clicking on their names above.
Source also published the voting records of each mayoral candidate.
Joshua Horrigan who did not qualify for the November ballot but he is running a write-in campaign for mayor.
There will be four candidates on the ballot for at-large councilor. The new City of Framingham Council will be comprised of 9 district councilors and two at large. To learn more about the at-large council race, click here. Source asked each a series of questions.
For City Council, voters in District 1 will choose between ZBA member Joseph Norton and Selectman Charlie Sisitsky. (Click on their names to read their responses to a series of questions asked by Framingham Source.)
Presently, the Framingham School Committee is comprised of 7 members elected town-wide. The new City of Framingham School Committee will have 9 members, who will all be elected by district.
Framingham Source published a report on the money raised in District 1 for City Council and School Committee.
Framingham Source published scores of opinion pieces by readers about the November 7 race. Click here to read the op-eds and letters to the editor.
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