Natick’s local election will take place on Tuesday, March 29.
The polls will be open for in-person voting 7am-8pm. Here are Natick’s polling locations:
- Precinct 1: Kennedy Middle School (165 Mill St.)
- Precinct 2: Kennedy Middle School (165 Mill St.)
- Precinct 3: Kennedy Middle School (165 Mill St.)
- Precinct 4: Wilson Middle School (22 Rutledge Rd.)
- Precinct 5: Wilson Middle School (22 Rutledge Rd.)
- Precinct 6: Lilja Elementary School (41 Bacon St.)
- Precinct 7: Community-Senior Center (117 East Central St.)
- Precinct 8: Morse Institute Library (14 East Central St.)
- Precinct 9: Community-Senior Center (117 East Central St.)
- Precinct 10: Community-Senior Center (117 East Central St.)
Don’t know which precinct you’re in? Here’s how to find out where to vote in Natick, Massachusetts.
Sample ballots for each precinct may be viewed here.
Natick’s contested races
There are contested races for Select Board (three candidates running for two open 3-year seats); and for School Committee (five candidates running for three open 3-year seats).
Here is a list of all town-wide office candidates.
All of the candidates running in contested races took the time to answer questions from Natick Report. For your convenience, below are links to the candidates’ Q&A posts.
School Committee interviews
- Cathi Collins, School Committee candidate
- Henry Haugland, School Committee candidate
- Julie McDonough, School Committee candidate
- Kate Flathers, School Committee candidate
- Elise Gorseth, School Committee candidate
Select Board interviews:
- Kathryn Coughlin, Select Board candidate
- Bruce Evans, Select Board candidate
- Cody Jacobs, Select Board candidate
If you have any election/voting questions, please call the Town Clerk’s Office at (508) 647-6430 x4
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