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EARLY VOTING HAS STARTED

Behind St. Anthony's Church, 250 Revere St. Hours and details

Next Election: General Election, Nov. 3, 2020

2020 General Election Ballot 

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Sample Ballots

Sixteenth Suffolk Ballot

Ward 1, Precinct 3
Ward 3, Precinct 1
Ward 4
Ward 5, Precincts 1, 2
Ward 6

Nineteenth Suffolk Ballot

Ward 1, Precincts 1, 2
Ward 2
Ward 3, Precincts 2, 3
Ward 5, Precinct 3

Candidates for State and Federal Office

Candidates for each office listed in the order they appear on the ballot. 

U.S. PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT
BIDEN and HARRIS, Democratic
HAWKINS and WALKER, Green-Rainbow
JORGENSEN and COHEN, Libertarian
TRUMP and PENCE, Republican

U.S. CONGRESS
FIFTH DISTRICT

KATHERINE M. CLARK, Democratic
CAROLINE COLARUSSO, Republican

STATE SENATE
FIRST SUFFOLK & MIDDLESEX DISTRICT

JOSEPH A. BONCORE, Democratic

CLERK OF PROBATE
SUFFOLK COUNTY

FELIX D. ARROYO, Democratic
ALTHEA GARRISON, Independent
MELISSA TYLER, Independent

U.S. SENATOR
EDWARD J. MARKEY, Democratic
KEVIN J. O'CONNOR, Republican

SIXTH DISTRICT
TERRENCE W. KENNEDY, Democratic

STATE REPRESENTATIVE
* SIXTEENTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT

JESSICA ANN GIANNINO, Democratic

OR

* NINETEENTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT
ROBERT A. DeLEO, Democratic

* See wards and precincts in Specimen Ballot Section.

 

Candidates for Northeast Metropolitan Regional School Committee

Chelsea
Michael T. Wall

Malden
James J. Holland

Melrose
Hamilton Ward
Andrew J. White

North Reading
Judith M. Dyment

Reading
Robert S. McCarthy

Revere
Anthony L. Caggiano
Melissa A. Jannino-Elam

Saugus
Peter A. Rosetti, Jr.

Stoneham
Lawrence M. Means

Wakefield
Brittany A. Carisella

Woburn
Deborah P. Davis

Winchester, Winthrop
(No Candidates)

Ballot Questions

Question 1. Motor Vehicle Mechanical Data

A YES VOTE would provide motor vehicle owners and independent repair facilities with expanded access to wirelessly transmitted mechanical data related to their vehicles’ maintenance and repair.

A NO VOTE would make no change in the law governing access to vehicles’ wirelessly transmitted mechanical data.

Question 2: Ranked-Choice Voting

A YES VOTE would create a system of ranked- choice voting in which voters would have the option to rank candidates in order of preference and votes would be counted in rounds, eliminating candidates with the lowest votes until one candidate has received a majority.

A NO VOTE would make no change in the laws governing voting and how votes are counted.

Question 3.

19th Suffolk Ballot ONLY

THIS QUESTION IS NOT BINDING

Shall the representative for this district be instructed to vote in favor of legislation that would require Massachusetts to achieve 100% renewable energy use within the next two decades, starting immediately and making significant progress within the first five years while protecting impacted workers and business?

Question 4.

19th Suffolk Ballot ONLY

THIS QUESTION IS NOT BINDING

Shall the representative for this district be instructed to vote in favor of changes to the applicable House of Representative rules to make the results of all the votes in that body’s Legislative committees publicly available on the Legislature’s website?