Framingham is in the process of electing its first city government, including a mayor, eleven city councilors, and nine school committee members. Primaries will be held if needed on September 28, 2017, and the general election will take place on November 7. Check your precinct in this map to find your district. If you are eligible to vote and have not yet registered, you can register online here.
And it’s not too late to run: nomination papers became available on May 1, 2017 from the Framingham Town Clerk, and must be returned with signatures by July 1, 2017. The newly elected officials will be sworn in on January 1, 2018. For more information, please read the Elections section on page 44 of the Framingham Home Rule Charter or consult the Town Clerk.
Congratulations to the 4 Democrats from Framingham who have been selected
as add-on delegates to the 2017 state convention.
Chris Lorant, Disability
Gregory Hayes, Minority Black
Jose Ivan, Minority Hispanic
Maria Robinson, Youth
The Official Town of Framingham Election Results for the April 4th Election (Excluding Write-Ins) are available here. According to the new Framingham Home Rule Charter, Framingham will become a city on January 1, 2018.
The Framingham Town Democratic Committee will be holding its annual breakfast on Sunday March 19, 2017, at 10:00 AM in the function room at the Framingham Green Apartments, 136 Maynard Rd. All Framingham residents are welcome to join in the morning festivities as the Committee will hear from fellow Democrats who are running in the upcoming Town-Wide election, which takes place later this month.
Each of the Democratic candidates for town-wide office will be given an opportunity to address the attendees to discuss their campaign issues and answer questions as the Town elections, to be held on April 4, 2017. Attendance at the breakfast will present a unique opportunity to meet and discuss your concerns and hear the position of each of the candidates in attendance. We will be hearing statements from all Democratic town-wide office candidates, as well as introducing the Democrats who are present and running for Town Meeting Seats. We will also have on hand candidates for future state-wide election.