Category Archives: Elections


Vote today at The Center until 8PM on whether to change the name of the “Board of Selectmen” to the “Select Board.”

Nomination Papers for Annual Town Election now available

From a town alert this afternoon –

Posted on: November 30, 2022

Nomination Papers for Annual Town Election now available

The following positions are open for nomination:

One Selectman for a term of three years

A Moderator for a term of one year

One Assessor for a term of three years

Two School Committee members for a term of three years

Two Library Trustees for a term of three years

One Planning Board member for a term of five years

Two Park Commissioners for a term of three years

One Housing Authority member for a term of five years

Two Trust Fund Commissioner for a term of three years

One Selectman for a term of three years

A Moderator for a term of one year

One Assessor for a term of three years

Nomination papers require 50 signatures of Medfield registered voters per candidate.  Nomination papers are available at the Town Clerk’s Office and are due back by February 6, 2023 at 5:00 pm.

Click here for a listing of open positions.

Sen. Becca Rausch re-elected


Medfield – 6,333 voted

Unofficial results from Town Administrator, Kristine Trierweiler-


VOTE – polls open today until 8PM

Kevin Kalkut for state representative

I am supporting and endorsing Kevin Kalkut for State Representative in the November general election.

I have met with Kevin several times, and I find him bright, interested, engaging, knowledgeable, educated, and well aware of our municipal issues. He has most recently had responsible relevant executive level work experiences, after starting out his career as a chef. Importantly too, he has had municipal government experience on the Town of Norfolk Select Board. I have come to feel that Kevin truly cares about making our towns work better for our residents. I found Kevin approachable and good at listening. From our conversations, I am confident that he would represent Medfield’s town interests well in the Legislature. I hope you will join me in supporting Kevin Kalkut for State Representative.

VOTE- Primary Election Today


Primary election 9/6

From Marion Bonoldi, Town Clerk –

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The State Primary will be held on Tuesday, September 6 , 2022

Polls will be located at the Council of Aging Center, 1 Icehouse Road and will be open from 6:00 AM – 8:00 PM.  

Vote by mail applications must be completed by August 29, 2022 at 5:00 PM.  All completed vote by mail ballots must be returned to the Town Clerk’s Office or the green drop box on Janes Ave by close of polls (8PM).  No vote by mail ballots will be accepted at the polling location.

In-Person Early Voting

Location : Medfield Town House, 2nd Floor Hearing Room, 459 Main Street

Saturday, August 2711:00AM – 5:00PM
Monday, August 298:30AM – 4:30PM
Tuesday, August 308:30AM – 7:30PM
Wednesday, August 318:30AM – 4:30PM
Thursday, September 18:30AM – 4:30PM
Friday, September 28:30AM – 12:00PM

The VOTES Act signed June 2022

  1. Beginning July 22, 2022, the voter registration deadline for all elections and town meetings will be 10 calendar days before the date of the meeting or election.
  2. Local election officials will still be required to hold in-person registration sessions on the last day to register to vote, which for any Tuesday election will now be a Saturday, but the registration session will end at 5 p.m. instead of 8 p.m.
  3. As in 2020, the Elections Division will be mailing Vote by Mail applications at least 45 days before every regular state primary, state election, and presidential primary. The applications will be sent to everyone registered to vote by the 60th day before the election who has not already applied for a ballot. The applications will be pre-addressed to the local election office and postage pre-paid. Unlike previous years, family members are now allowed to request an early Vote by Mail ballot on a voter’s behalf, as they currently can with absentee ballots. Similarly, family members are now permitted to return an early Vote by Mail ballot for the voter as well.
  4. Changes deadline to apply for vote by mail ballot from 4 days to 5 business days prior to the election.
  5. For most elections, all ballots will still have to be returned by close of polls on Election Day. Beginning with the 2022 State Election, ballots will be able to arrive up to 3 days after Election Day for biennial state elections only. This means that ballots mailed from inside the country can be counted if they are postmarked by Election Day and received by 5 p.m. on the Friday after Election Day. Again, this is only for biennial state elections, which are the November federal elections held in even-numbered years.
  6. Requires early voting in person for presidential primaries, state primaries and state elections.
  7. 150 Foot Rule – Beginning with early voting for the September 6th State Primary, the 150 foot rule prohibiting campaigning around polling places will be extended to early voting sites as well. This means that there shall be no campaigning for or against a candidate or question on the ballot for that election within 150 feet of the entrance to the early voting site during voting hours. Signature gathering of any kind will also be prohibited during the voting hours.

Election results – Knight & Kirkby win

878 Tim Knight
769 Michelle Kirkby
632 Flavia Benson
451 Lauren Liljegren

Election today

Vote today up to 8PM

Four candidates for two positions on the School Committee. Heavy activity at The Center an hour ago when I voted.