Town Election Results 2020

Town Election Results 2020

2,568 voters cast ballots on June 29, which is a turnout of about 20%, up slightly from last year’s turnout rate of 18%. Winners in contested races were Ritterbusch for Select Board, and Markey and Batlle-Rafferty for School Committee. Official 2020 Town Election Results by 

Learn more about the Select Board Candidates 2020

Learn more about the Select Board Candidates 2020

Select Board, 3 Years, Vote for 1 John M. Coutinho, Candidate for Re-Election, Republican – Candidate Statement – Website – Facebook Amy B. Ritterbusch, Democrat – Candidate Statement  – Website – Facebook – Instagram   Watch the Hangout Hour on HCAM Watch segment from Amy Ritterbusch Watch segment from John Cutinho   Watch the Debate on 

Learn more about the School Committee Candidates 2020

Learn more about the School Committee Candidates 2020

School Committee, 3 Years, Vote for 2 Lya A. Batlle-Rafferty, Democrat – Candidate Statement  – Website – Facebook Joe M. Markey, Democrat – Candidate Statement – Website – Facebook Dawn Ronan, Republican – Candidate Statement – Facebook   Watch the School Committee Debate on HCAM   Watch the Hangout Hour on HCAM Watch segment from Lya A. 

Town Election Full List of Candidates

Town Election Full List of Candidates

Both parties held their local nomination caucuses this week and the list of candidates is now final. There are two contested races this year: Select Board and School Committee. All candidates were invited to email eHop their candidate statements, headshot photos and links to their 

Town Election Update After the Nomination Paper Deadline

Town Election Update After the Nomination Paper Deadline

Although the Town Election has been postponed, nomination papers were still due by March 31. Candidates may also be nominated at their political party caucus. Party caucuses would normally be held by April 10 at the latest, but both parties have requested an extension from 

Town Election Candidates Needed

Town Election Candidates Needed

Considering running for local office, but don’t 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 Tuesday, March 31; or a person may qualify by being the