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For 2021, the only scheduled election will be held on November 2, 2021 - Local General Election. Unless legislation is enacted, all voting will be held on election day, November 2nd.
The last day to register to vote for the November 2, 2021 election is Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at 8:00pm.
Voter registration is held at Braintree Town Hall - Office of the Town Clerk - 1st Floor
You can find information on how to register to vote on the Secretary of the commonwealth of Massachusetts website.
The deadline for applying for an absentee ballot for the November 2, 2021 Election is:
by mail in-person
Beginning January 4, 2021 you can begin to apply for an absentee ballot.
Visit the town clerk’s office to complete an application.
Find more information about absentee ballots on the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts website.
Kokoros, Charles C.
Ringius, David M. Jr.
Ryan, Charles B.
District 1 Councilor
Flaherty, Julia Camille
District 2 Councilor
Sciascia, Steven A.
District 3 Councilor
Connors, Donna L.
District 4 Councilor
O’Brien, Stephen C.
District 5 Councilor
District 6 Councilor
Mackin, Lawrence C. Jr.
Mayor, Kokoros, Charles C.
Chafe, Cyril A.
Kokoros, George C.
Dolan, Jennifer A.
Cobb-Lemire, Kelly J..
Psaros, Karla Morast
Library Board of Trustees
McLaughlin, Annette M
Kunz, Jeffrey J.
Weinberg, Edith H. (resigned)
Morton, Margaret Ann
Vanderslice, Christian K.
Colpus, Laura H.
Toland, Ann M.
Electric Light Board
Regan, James P.
Reynolds, Thomas J.
Agnitti, Anthony L.
Sisk, Sandra (State Appointment)
Kerrigan, John M.
Fletcher Jr., Albion R.
(Yellow shaded area: Position will be on the November 2, 2021 Regular Town Election Ballot)
The first day to obtain nomination papers for the November 2, 2021 local election is Monday, July 26, 2021. Nomination papers are available at the Office of Town Clerk, Braintree Town Hall, 1st Floor.
If you are considering to run for public office at the local level visit the Massachusetts Office of Campaign Finance at the following link OCPF - Welcome to the OCPF Home Page, then click the "Getting Started" tab then select "Local Offices" to help guide you in setting up a campaign committee.
NOVEMBER 2, 2021 - LOCAL ELECTION
Find out where you vote on the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts website.
Find out which voter precinct you live in on the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts website.
All voter locations are open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
Find out who your elected officials are on the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts website.
You can find information on the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts website.
Yes, If you are a registered voter we need your signature with your new address information. Town Clerk