Why is Framingham voting?

On April 4, voters approved a ballot question to make the Town a City. Now we need to elect the officials who will run our city.  The September 26 election is a preliminary election, the aim of which is to narrow the field down for each category in the final election on November 7. 

 

Who will Framingham be voting for on Tuesday, September 26, 2017?

Voters will be narrowing the field of candidates for the Mayor, At-Large City Council and some District Council races.

 

Candidates for Mayor (in alphabetical order)

The aim of the September 26 preliminary election is to narrow the candidates from seven (7) to two (2). The top two vote getters will appear on the November 7 ballot. Once elected in November the Mayor of Framingham will serve a four-year term.

 

At-Large City Council

There are 5 candidates certified for position as At-Large City Council.  The September 26 preliminary election will narrow the number of candidates from five (5) to four (4). Voters from the whole town of Framingham will be able to elect the two At-Large Councilors.

Individuals certified to be on the ballot are:

The new At-Large-Councilors are limited to a maximum of three consecutive terms.

 

Important Dates

 

Upcoming Candidate Forums

  • If you missed the Heritage Mayoral Candidate Debate/Forum on September 6, you can watch it on Framingham Access TV on the following dates:

    • 9/13/2017, 7:30 PM
    • 9/14/2017, 8:30 PM
    • 9/16/2017, 2:30 PM

 

For More Information...

For further information on the election and how to vote, visit the Town Clerk's webpage: http://www.framinghamma.gov/215/Town-Clerk