Town Election Results 2019

Town Election Results 2019

2,146 voters cast ballots on May 20, which is a turnout of about 18%. This is up from last year, when turnout was about 13%. All four ballot questions passed. Winners in contested races were Tedstone, LaFreniere, Garabedian, Esthimer, Kurys and Benson. Unofficial 2019 Town 

Vote Monday 5/20: Five Contested Races and Four Ballot Questions

Vote Monday 5/20: Five Contested Races and Four Ballot Questions

All Hopkinton precincts vote at the Middle School. Polls are open 7:00am-8:00pm on Monday, May 20. 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, as well as four ballot 

Ballot Questions for the 2019 Town Election

Ballot Questions for the 2019 Town Election

Vote “Yes” or “No” on the following question appearing on the ballot. Hopkinton 2019 Ballot Question Explanations (PDF) QUESTION 1 (Underride) Shall the Town of Hopkinton be required to reduce the amount of real estate and personal property taxes to be assessed for the fiscal year 

Learn More about the Town Moderator Candidates

Learn More about the Town Moderator Candidates

Town Moderator, 3 Years, Vote for 1 Thomas J. Garabedian, 5 Davenport Lane, Candidate for Re-Election, Republican Caucus Nominee, Nomination Papers – Candidate Statement Ellen D. Rutter, 24 Forest Lane, Democrat Caucus Nominee, Nomination Papers – Candidate Statement – Facebook Page Watch the Town Moderator Debate on 

Learn More About the Parks & Recreation Candidates

Learn More About the Parks & Recreation Candidates

Commissioners of Parks & Recreation, 3 Years, Vote for 1 Robert Evan Davis, 7 Hunters Ridge Way, Republican Caucus Nominee – Candidate Statement – Facebook Page Peter M. Edwards, 21 Cunningham St, Nomination Papers – Candidate Statement – Facebook Page Cynthia S. Esthimer, 118 Hayward St, Democrat 

Learn More about the Commissioner of Trust Funds Candidates

Learn More about the Commissioner of Trust Funds Candidates

Commissioner of Trust Funds, 3 Years, Vote for 1 Susan M. Kurys, 29 Forest Lane, Democratic Caucus Nominee, Nomination Papers – Candidate Statement – Facebook Page Gerald E. Tuite, 4 Price Street, Republican Caucus Nominee – Candidate Statement Watch the Commissioner of Trust Funds Debate on 

Learn More About the Planning Board Candidates

Learn More About the Planning Board Candidates

Planning Board, 2 Years, Vote for 1 Robert C. Benson, 178 Spring Street, Nomination Papers – Candidate Statement Michael J. McNamara, 7 Baker Lane, Nomination Papers – Candidate Statement Watch the Planning Board Candidates at Meet the Candidates eHop Did You Know? Learn more about 

Learn About the Candidates in Uncontested Races

Learn About the Candidates in Uncontested Races

Town Clerk, 3 Years, Vote for 1 Connor B Degan, 51 Pleasant Street, Candidate for Re-Election, Nomination Papers – Candidate Statement – Facebook Page Board of Assessors, 3 Years, Vote for 1 Gunajit Medhi, 242 Hayden Rowe, Nomination Papers – Candidate Statement – Facebook Page Board