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NO 2,109 – YES 1,962

Town of Medfield Special  Town  Election November  15, 2021 Unofficial  Results Question  1 Precinct  1 Precinct  2 Precinct  3 Precinct  4 Total Percent Yes No Total  Votes Cast 441 564 1,005 542 422 964 520 601 1,121 459 522 981 1,962 2,109 4,071

MEDFLD turns out for election

Voting was heavy when I was there at 8:30AM.

Nice to see that MEDFLD turned out to vote –

Vehicle was still next to me when I left, so I am guessing a poll worker.

Election results – Leo Brehm re-elected

Newly elected Town Clerk, Marion Bonoldi, in her first act as our Town Clerk reported yesterday’s election results as follows:

A huge thank you from this candidate to all the residents who voted for him. Please know both that it is humbling to receive your votes, and that I will continue my most diligent efforts to deserve the trust you have placed in me.

Election today

Town Election Today

Polls at The Center are open until 8PM.

When I voted I was #75 if Precinct 1, so maybe about 300 total so far.

Covid voting changes extended

From the Massachusetts Municipal Association –

 
Breaking News from the MMA  
Gov. Baker signs law to extend pandemic-related voting changes

A law signed by Gov. Charlie Baker today provides a three-month extension for a number of changes to voting procedures that were enacted last spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic, including early voting by mail.

The new law does the following:
• Allows a city or town with a municipal caucus or annual or special municipal election scheduled before June 30, 2021, to postpone such municipal caucus or municipal election to a date certain not later than Aug. 1, 2021

• Allows the select board, board of selectmen, town council or board of registrars to vote to eliminate a municipal caucus scheduled to occur before July 31, 2021, and, in the alternative, use nomination papers to nominate candidates …

March town election ballot set – school committee opening contested by 3

Email from Town Administrator Kristine Trierweiler this morning forwarding the email below.

To the extent that no one contesting my re-election is an expression of contentment with the job I have been doing, I thank you.

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From: Marion Bonoldi
Date: Tue, Feb 9, 2021 at 8:56 AM
Subject: Ballot for March 29, 2021 Election-signatures verified
To: Kristine Trierweiler

Only contested race is the School Committee.  There will be a drawing on Friday, February 12 at 9:00 to determine how the school committee names will appear on the ballot per Town Charter.  Candidates have been notified. 

Selectmen

Osler Peterson 

Town Clerk

Marion Bonoldi

Moderator

Scott McDermott

Assessor

Michael Rose   

School Committee

Leo Brehm

Robert Worth  

Lauren Liljegren 

Library Trustee – Vote for two

Jessica Razza 

Kiersten Cole   

Park Commissioner

Robert Tatro

Housing Authority

Lisa Donovan  

Planning Board – 5 year

Sarah Lemke   

Planning Board – 2 year

Seth Meehan 

Trust Fund Commissioner

Michael Pastore 

Hope this helps. 

Marion Bonoldi

Assistant Town Clerk – Medfield 

90.5% election turn out

Assistant Town Clerk, Marion Bonoldi, reports that Medfield has 9,369 registered voters, and that this election 90.5 percent of the voters cast a ballot.

Congratulations both to the 90.5% for voting and to the Town Clerk’s office for making our election work so well in such difficult circumstances.

Medfield election results

Town Clerk’s November 03, 2020

Presidential Election Unofficial Results

Unofficial results for the 2020 Presidential Election have been posted… Read on

Poll of 4th Congressional District

The following poll was shared with me by an email from candidate Dr. Natalia Linos, and since I had not seen any other poll results, I thought others might be interested as well. The source, Data for Progress, looked reputable from a quick scan of its website –

<img src="https://medfield02052.files.wordpress.com/2020/08/poll-dfp_ma-4_page_3.jpg?w=724&quot; alt="Between August 10 and August 14, 2020, Data for Progress conducted a survey of 515 likely Democratic primary voters in Massachusetts 4th Congressional District using text-to-web. The responses were weighted to be representative of likely voters by age, gender, education, and race. The survey was conducted in English. Margin of Error is +/- 4.9% with a 95% Confidence Interval. NB: subgroups with a n-size less than 50 (<50) are not shown on these cross-tabs. We choose not to display N

Time to VOTE!

August 19, 2020
Early Voting
Early Voting will begin at the Town House on Saturday, August 22, 2020 and run through Friday, August 28,m 2020.… Read on