POLITICAL CORNER: City of Framingham November 2 Election Ballot Set

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FRAMINGHAM – With the preliminary election over, the names appearing on the Tuesday, November 2 City of Framingham election is now set.

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.

Former District 1 City Councilor Charlie Sisitsky easily won the preliminary election for Mayor on Tuesday, September 14.

He received more than 4,400 votes, with mayor Yvonne Spicer receiving less than 2,000 votes.

Mayor

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CITY COUNCIL

Four of the nine District Councilors are running unopposed for a 2-year term.

District 1: Christine Long

District 2:

District 3:

District 4: Michael Cannon

District 5:

District 6: Phil Ottaviani Jr.

District 7

District 8: John Stefanini

District 9:

SCHOOL COMMITTEE

All nine School Committee members are running unopposed on the ballot.

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.

CEMETERY TRUSTEE

There are three 4-year term seats available.

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

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