State Election Tomorrow

State Election Tomorrow


Tuesday, November 4 – Polls open 7:00am-8:00pm

Hopkinton Middle School Brown Gym

What’s on the Hopkinton Ballot:

Senator in US Congress

  • Edward J Markey, Democratic (Incumbent)
  • Brian J Herr, Republican

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

Attorney General

  • Maura Healey, Democratic
  • John B Miller, Republican

Secretary of State

  • William Francis Galvin, Democratic (Incumbent)
  • David D’Arcangelo, Republican
  • Daniel L Factor, Green-Rainbow


  • Deborah B Goldberg, Democratic
  • Michael James Heffernan, Republican
  • Ian T Jackson, Green-Rainbow


  • Suzanne M Bump, Democratic (Incumbent)
  • Patricia S Saint Aubin, Republican
  • MK Merelice, Green-Rainbow

Representative in US Congress

  •  Joseph P Kennedy, III, Democratic (Incumbent)


  • Robert L Jubinville, Democratic (Incumbent)

Senator in General Court (2nd Middlesex & Norfolk District)

  • Karen E Spilka, Democratic (Incumbent)

Representative in General Court (8th Middlesex District)

District Attorney (Northern District)

  • Marian T Ryan, Democratic

 Registrar of Probate

  • Tara E DeCristofaro, Democratic (Incumbent)
  • John W Lambert, Sr, Republican

State Ballot Question 1 – Eliminating Gas Tax Indexing

State Ballot Question 2 – Expanding the Beverage Container Deposit Law

  • A YES VOTE would expand the state’s beverage container deposit law to require deposits on containers for all non-alcoholic, non-carbonated drinks with certain exceptions, increase the associated handling fees, and make other changes to the law.
  • A NO VOTE would make no change In the laws regarding beverage container deposits.

State Ballot Question 3 – Expanding Prohibitions On Gaming

  • A YES VOTE would prohibit casinos, any gaming establishment with slot machines, and wagering on simulcast greyhound races.
  • A NO VOTE would make no change in the current laws regarding gaming.

State Ballot Question 4 – Earned Sick Time For Employees

  • A YES VOTE would entitle employees in Massachusetts to earn and use sick time according to certain conditions.
  • A NO VOTE would make no change in the laws regarding earned sick time.

Ballot Question 5 – Non-Binding

Shall the state representative from this district be instructed to vote in favor of a resolution calling upon Congress to propose an amendment to the US Constitution affirming that 1) rights protected under the Constitution are the rights of natural persons only and 2) both Congress and the states may place limits on political contributions and political spending?

  • YES
  • NO