Town Election Results 2018

Town Election Results 2018

Almost 1,500 voters cast ballots on May 21, of the total number of 11,801 registered voters, which is a turnout of about 12.7%. This is down from last year when turnout for the 2017 town election was 20%. CONTESTED RACES: Board of Selectmen, 3 Years, 

Vote Monday 5/21 for Selectmen, Planning Board, School Committee, Board of Health and Library Trustees

Vote Monday 5/21 for Selectmen, Planning Board, School Committee, Board of Health and Library Trustees

All Hopkinton precincts vote at the¬†Middle School. Polls are open¬†7:00am-8:00pm¬†on¬†Monday, May 21.¬†School will be in session, so please park in the back and use the back entrance to the Brown Gym. Follow the signs. There are five¬†contested races this year. eHop¬†as an organization does not 

Learn More about the Selectmen Candidates

Learn More about the Selectmen Candidates

Board of Selectmen, 3 Years, Vote for 2 Brian J Herr, 31 Elizabeth Rd, Candidate for Re-Election, Republican Caucus Nominee ‚ÄstCandidate Statement¬†‚ÄstFacebook Page Patrick Atwell, 6 Hehn’s Farm Way, Nomination Papers ‚ÄstCandidate Statement¬†‚ÄstWebsite¬†‚ÄstFacebook Page Irfan Nasrullah, 211 Winter St, Nomination Papers, Democratric Caucus Nominee ‚ÄstCandidate 

Learn More about the Planning Board Candidates

Learn More about the Planning Board Candidates

Planning Board, 5 Years, Vote for 2 Deborah S Fein-Brug, 12 Prestwick Dr, Democratic Caucus Nominee ‚Äď Candidate Statement ‚Äď Website ‚ÄstFacebook Page Mark J Hyman, 12 Hidden Brick Rd, Republican Caucus Nominee ‚Äď Candidate Statement¬†‚Äď Website ‚ÄstFacebook Page Mary E Larson-Marlowe, 238 Hayden Rowe 

Learn More about the School Committee Candidates

Learn More about the School Committee Candidates

School Committee, 3 Years, Vote for 2 Kristin A Dykstra, 17 Carriage Hill Rd, Nomination Papers –¬†¬†Candidate Statement Amanda F Fargiano, 17 Tammer Lane, Nomination Papers –¬†Candidate Statement¬†‚ÄstFacebook Page Margaret B Tyler, 36 Downey St, Nomination Papers, Democratic Caucus Nominee –¬†Candidate Statement¬†‚ÄstWebsite¬†‚ÄstFacebook Page ¬†Watch the 

Learn More About the Board of Health Candidates

Learn More About the Board of Health Candidates

Board of Health, 3 Years, Vote for 1 Michael James King, 189 Hayden Rowe St, Candidate for Re-Election, Democratic Caucus Nominee, Nomination Papers ‚ÄstCandidate Statement ‚Äď Website ‚ÄstFacebook Page Richard P Jacobs, 74 Front St, Nomination Papers ¬†‚Äď Candidate Statement EHOP DID YOU KNOW? Learn 

Learn More About the Library Trustee Candidates

Learn More About the Library Trustee Candidates

Board of Library Trustees, 3 Years, Vote for 1 Nanette A Kenrick, 10 Pinecrest Village, Nomination Papers – Candidate Statement Stanley D Pulnik, 11 Downey St, Democratic Caucus Nominee, Nomination Papers – Candidate Statement ¬†Watch the Library Trustee Debate on HCAM Learn more about the 

Town Election 2018 – Uncontested Races

Town Election 2018 – Uncontested Races

Uncontested Races on the May 21, 1018 Ballot Board of Assessors, 3 Years, Vote for 1 Lesley Ficarri, Democrat (incumbent) – Candidate Statement – Facebook Page Cemetery Commissioners, 3 Years, Vote for 1 Thomas Pratt, Democrat¬†(incumbent) Commissioners of Trust Funds, 3 Years, Vote for 1 

Video: Meet the Candidates 2018

Video: Meet the Candidates 2018

On Wednesday, April 25, the¬†Hopkinton Women‚Äôs Club held their¬†31st Annual Meet the Candidates Night at HCAM-TV. The program is now available on the HCAM YouTube Channel to view at your convenience:¬†https://youtu.be/sErTSma-0o8. It is an opportunity for residents to hear the views of local citizens who 

Town Election Update After the Caucuses – Five Contested Races

Town Election Update After the Caucuses – Five Contested Races

Offices on the May 21, 2018 Ballot All Hopkinton precincts vote at the¬†Middle School. Polls are open¬†7:00am-8:00pm¬†on¬†Monday, May 21.¬†School will be in session, so please park in the back and use the back entrance to the Brown Gym. Follow the signs. There are five¬†contested races 

Town Election Update – Caucuses coming up 4/12

Town Election Update – Caucuses coming up 4/12

To become a candidate a person must either obtain and submit nomination papers by securing the signatures of 50 Hopkinton registered voters by Monday, April 2; or a person may qualify by being the top vote-getter in one of the town political party caucuses. ¬†The¬†Democratic¬†and¬†Republican¬†town 

Town Election Update – 5 Contested Races So Far

Town Election Update – 5 Contested Races So Far

Considering running for local office, but don‚Äôt know where to begin? To become a candidate a person must either obtain and submit nomination papers by securing the signatures of 50 Hopkinton registered voters by Monday, April 2; or a person may qualify by being the