Bedford’s 2021 town-wide election will take place from 8 am until 6 pm in the gymnasium at John Glenn Middle School on Saturday, March 13.
Click this link if you need directions to the polls.
DELIVER YOUR BALLOT TO TOWN HALL BY 6 PM ON SATURDAY
If you requested a mail-in ballot, it’s too late for the US Postal Service to guarantee delivery. The lockbox in the outer entry to Town Hall (10 Mudge Way) is ready to receive your ballot until the polls close at 6 pm on March 13.
What’s My Precinct?
All four Bedford precincts vote at the same place, but it helps if you know your precinct. Click this link to learn yours.
Who’s on the Ballot?
Click this link to view, download or print a PDF of Saturday’s official ballot.
Learn about the Candidates
The Bedford Citizen has compiled comprehensive information pages for each candidate. Click this link to read them.
Letters to the Editor
More than 40 letters to the editor were submitted. Click this link to learn about the writers and their opinions.
Support for Voters with Disabilities
An AutoMARK Voter Assist Terminal will be available at the polls to make independent voting possible for voters with disabilities through its use of assistive technology to mark an optical scan ballot.
Last but Not Least: Girl Scout Cookies at the Polls
Brownie Troop 82392 will be selling cookies in the JGMS parking lot. So head out to vote in the town election and support your local Girl Scouts! Girl Scout Cookie season ends this weekend!!