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NATICK – SOURCE will cover the election in the Town of Natick in 2023, but will not be endorsing any candidates.

Election day is Tuesday, March 28, 2022.

 Natick voters will elect the following officials:

  • Select Board: Vote for 2 candidates (3 year terms)
  • School Committee: Vote for 2 candidates (3 year terms)
  • Board of Assessors: Vote for 1 candidate (3 year term) 
  • Board of Health: Vote for 1 candidate (3 year term) 
  • Planning Board: Vote for 1 candidate  (5 year term)
  • Recreation and Parks Commission:  Vote for 2 candidates (3 year terms)
  • Morse Institute Library Trustees: Vote for  5 candidates (5 year terms)
  • Natick Housing Authority: Vote for 1 candidate (5 year term)
  • Natick Housing Authority: Vote for 1 candidate candidate (3 year term)
  • Constable: Vote for 2 candidates (2 year terms)

Source encourages discussion on the candidates and on the races on our social media platforms, as well as our main site. Candidates may join the conversation, but with a few rules.

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Candidates are invited to submit ONE written announcement, with their reasons for running for office and their platform to SOURCE.

The announcement is written by the candidate or their campaign, and not by SOURCE.

It must be 750 words or less and should be emailed to

All candidates may submit up to two photos, they choose, and email to run with the announcement and for future use on Framingham Source.

The deadline to submit an announcement is Friday, March 10, 2023

All announcements will run no later than Sunday, March 12, 2023

The announcement is an opportunity for candidates to speak to voters directly.

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Letters to the editor and opinion submissions will be accepted during the campaign period from all candidates, starting January 5.

Letters must be signed and include a phone number and e-mail address for verification.

Letters must be 750 words or less.

No more than one letter to the editor or opinion submission, per candidate, per week, as of January 15.

Letters to the editor, in support of any candidate, will be allowed, from Natick residents and/or taxpayers only (that includes business owners). 

The last day to submit a letter to the editor about the March 2022 election is Sunday, March 19 at 11:59 p.m.  All letters will run by March 20 at 11:59 p.m.

Letters to the editor, opinion submission, and endorsements can be submitted to

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Candidates, their campaign members, and residents are invited to submit fundraiser and other campaign-related events during election season.

Maximum word count is 150 words.

Source may choose to run all announcements in an election calendar or run each individually.

The last day to submit a political event for the March election is Friday, March 17 at noon.


Source WILL accept political ads.

The acceptance and publishing of any advertising for a candidate does not reflect the position of SOURCE media or Natick Source, which will remain neutral on any candidate or ballot question.

SOURCE, as a community news site, will accept ads on a first come, first serve basis.

All political ads must be paid for up front, before publishing.

Source is accepting ads for all political campaigns, just like newspapers, radio stations, and television stations accept political ads.

Interested in advertising email

By editor

Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.