Who Has Pulled Nomination Papers To Run For Office in Framingham?

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Last updated at 6:30 p.m. on July 12

FRAMINGHAM – SOURCE will publish a running list of individuals who have pulled nomination papers to be on the ballot later this year.

Today, June 1 was the first day to pull papers.

Framingham will elect Mayor, the entire School Committee, 9 District City Councilors, half the Library Trustees and three of the five Cemetery Trustees in November.

Mayor

If all four return the nomination papers and they are certified, there will be a preliminary election in September. The top two candidates in September will appear on the November ballot.

CITY COUNCIL

District 1- Christine Long

District 2 – Cesar Stewart-Morales, Jake Binnall

District 3 – Mary Kate Feeney, Adam Steiner

District 4 – Michael Cannon, Stephanie Deeley, James Pillsbury

District 5 – Noval Alexander, Cheryl Gordon

District 6 – Phil Ottaviani Jr.

District 7 – Magdalena Janus, Eugene Grzywna, Joseph Hansberry, Leora Rose Mallach

District 8 – John Stefanini

District 9 – Edgardo Torres and Tracey Bryant

SCHOOL COMMITTEE

District 1 – Beverly Hugo

District 2 – Ricky Finlay

District 3 – Jennifer Moshe

District 4 – Adam Freudberg

District 5 – Priscila Sousa

District 6 – Valerie V. Ottaviani 

District 7 – Tiffanie Maskell

District 8 – Jessica Barnhill

District 9 – William LaBarge

LIBRARY TRUSTEE

There are six 4-year term seats available. Thus far, seven individuals have pulled papers.

  • Ruth Winett
  • Steven Malchman
  • Heather Klish
  • Isabella Petroni
  • Andrew I. Machkasov
  • Trent Matthew Fortner
  • Jenny Dimouro Dearcangeus
  • Heather E.E. Woods
  • Leslie White Harvey

CEMETERY TRUSTEE

There are three 4-year term seats available. Thus far, one person has pulled papers.

  • Dennis Cardiff
  • Nick Paganella
  • Julie Ann Dickson-Ferrari

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