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Election Day: Tuesday, Nov. 4th

   Thursday, October 30th, 2008 - by: Brian Herzog, Head of Reference

Voter InformationDon't forget that election day this year is Tuesday, November 4th.

To find out exactly what will be on your ballot, the MA Secretary of State - Elections Division has created a Ballot Information webpage - just enter your street address, and it will produce the ballot options you will see on Tuesday.

Their form will also provide your voting location, based on your address. The Town of Chelmsford also has precinct listings and polling locations available on the Town's Voter Information webpage.

Another new website this year is http://www.imagineelection.com, which also lists ballot information by street address. By reviewing your choices, you can research the candidates and issues before election day, so your vote can really speak for your preferences.

To find information on the candidates and issues, here are a few web resources that should help:

Election/Voting Resources:

Campaign Monitoring:

Chelmsford One BookAnd Don't Forget:
Nov. 4th is also the day to vote for your choice of One Book Chelmsford 2009 - the three candidates are listed on the One Book Chelmsford webpage, which is also where you'll be able to vote online on Nov. 4th. be sure to cast your vote to pick the One Book all of Chelmsford will read in 2009 - and check back on Nov. 5th for the winner!

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Town Election Tuesday, April 1st

   Saturday, March 29th, 2008 - by: Brian Herzog, Head of Reference

Seal of the Town of Chelmsford, MAThe Chelmsford 2008 Town Election is this coming Tuesday, April 1st. Polls are open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The Town's Voter Information webpage has the list of precincts by street [pdf], and the polling location list [pdf]. You can uses these two documents to find out where you can vote.

The Town's website also lists the candidates and issues that will be on the April 1st ballot.

For more information on the candidates and issues, search the Chelmsford Independent's news archive for interviews and opinion articles.
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