Presidential Primary & Party Committee Elections 3/5/24

Presidential Primary & Party Committee Elections 3/5/24

The Massachusetts Presidential Primary will be held on Tuesday, March 5, also known as “Super Tuesday.” All Hopkinton precincts vote at the Hopkinton Middle School Brown Gym, 88 Hayden Rowe St, Hopkinton MA 01748. Polls are open 7:00am-8:00pm. Vote by Mail No excuse early voting 

Weekly News Update – 11/01/2022

Weekly News Update – 11/01/2022

State rep candidates charge toward Election Day • Meet the State Representative Candidates 2022 • James Arena-DeRosa, Loring Barnes face off to represent 8th Middlesex District • STATE ELECTION TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8 – HOW TO VOTE & BALLOT INFORMATION • OPEN LETTER TO THE HOPKINTON SELECT BOARD REGARDING 

Meet the State Representative Candidates 2022

Meet the State Representative Candidates 2022

State Representative for the 8th Middlesex District is a contested race in the State Election this year. There are two Candidates vying for the open seat, after Carolyn Dykema resigned this year. There are three ways to vote this year: Vote in person on election 

State Election Tuesday, November 8 – How to Vote & Ballot Information

State Election Tuesday, November 8 – How to Vote & Ballot Information

There is no school on Tuesday, November 8 due to a Teacher Professional Day timed as usual to coincide with election day. Because the polls are located at the Middle School, this reduces parking & traffic congestion and increases student safety on this busy day. 

Weekly News Update – 10/16/2022

Weekly News Update – 10/16/2022

Capital plan, summer programs top School Committee agenda • Board of Health tightens tobacco regulation policy • Voting Information for the November 8 State Election • Election harassment hits home for Degan • Joint meeting outlines school budget process, challenges • Parks & Rec roundup: Commission reports on 

Weekly News Update – 09/20/2022

Weekly News Update – 09/20/2022

Elmwood forum offers details on school replacement project • Town of Hopkinton Encourages Residents to Complete Survey in Preparation for FY24 Budget Process • Primary election: Arena-DeRosa bests Degan in Democratic state rep race • School Committee reviews enrollment figures, attendance policy • Frankland Road solar 

Weekly News Update – 09/04/22

Weekly News Update – 09/04/22

Specimen Ballots for State Primary Election – Sept. 9/6 • Parks & Rec roundup: Fruit Street turf project complete • Planning Board roundup: State loosens rules on MBTA community housing • Multi-Family Zoning Requirement for MBTA Communities • Short-term rentals raise concern for some residents 

Weekly News Update – 08/28/22

Weekly News Update – 08/28/22

State Primary Election Information • School Committee roundup: Public forums scheduled for Elmwood School replacement project • Main Street Corridor Project Update • Deputy Police Chief Porter placed on administrative leave State Primary Election Information There is a State Primary Election Coming Up on September 6, 

State Primary Election Information

State Primary Election Information

There is a state primary election coming up and there are many ways to vote this year: Absentee or Early Mail-In Voting – Deadline to Apply 5pm, Monday, August 29, 2022 (recommend applying 2-3 weeks early). Print an application or ask the Town Clerk to mail 

Weekly News Roundup – 10/17/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 10/17/2020

Covid-19 Updates & Precautions • Safe Halloween Info • What’s on the Ballot and How to Vote in the 11/3 Election • Zoning Advisory Committee Public Forum 10/26 • Library Programs Update • Lake Maspenock extended drawdown OK’d by Conservation Commission • School Committee Actions 

Many Ways to Vote in the State & Presidential Election on November 3

Many Ways to Vote in the State & Presidential Election on November 3

Option 1 – Vote Absentee or by Mail You should have already requested a mail in ballot in advance. If you return your ballot by drop box/in-person, it must be returned no later than 8 p.m. EST on November 3, 2020. The secure Drop Box is 

Weekly News Roundup – 10/11/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 10/11/2020

Covid-19 Updates & Precautions • Public Notice: Mail in Ballots – Correct Deadlines • Town clerk clarifies mail-in ballot deadline after some voters receive wrong information • Public Notice: October 12 – Town Hall and Municipal Offices Closed • Public Hearing Notice: CC/ 147 Lumber