Early Voting is Underway in Bedford! – October 22
Letter to the Editor: Vote ‘NO’ on Question 2 – October 18
Letter to the Editor: Corporations are Not People – October 17
Echoing Taylor Swift ~ Are You Registered to Vote? – October 12
Bedford Residents in Support of Question 3 – September 14
LOOKING BACK AT THE 2018 MASSACHUSETTS PRIMARY
Bedford’s Primary Results
Bedford’s Primary Results ~ In an easy-to-read format
Pre-election for the Massachusetts Primary.
Bedford’s polls will be open from 7 am until 8 pm on Tuesday, September 4, at the John Glenn Middle School. Click this link for a map and directions.
Thanks to Town Clerk Doreen Tremblay for the following information for Absentee Voting in the September Primary: Absentee ballots are available to vote in the office from 8 am to 4 pm until noon on August 31, 2018. Please allow two weeks to receive an absentee ballot through the mail. Absentee ballots are mailed as the application is received. Once the absentee ballot is mailed, the U.S. Post Office is responsible for the delivery of the ballot. Please note for the State Election, allow three or four weeks for the delivery of the absentee ballot through the mail. Any questions, please contact the Town Clerk at 781-275-0083.
The Bedford Citizen has posted the following stories to help voters prepare for the September 4 primary
- District Attorney Candidates Attend Recent Bedford Democratic Town Committee Meeting, August 28
- Secretary of State Bill Galvin Announces Endorsement by Senator Mike Barrett, August 24
- As You Prepare to Vote: League of Women Voters Information on the Candidates in the Massachusetts Primary on Tuesday, September 4, August 23
- Diehl for Senate Campaign Names its Bedford Coordinator, Dr. Eleanor Gorsey, August 22
- Letter to the Editor: Supporting Quentin Palfrey, Candidate for Lieutenant Governor in the September 4 Democratic Primary, August 20
- League of Women Voters’ Online Voters’ Guide for September 4 Primary Election August 15
- Will you be in Bedford September 4? August 6
- It’s an Election Year: Are You Registered to Vote? Who’s Running? What are the Referendum Questions? July 10