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Arlington Town Election 2019 Guide

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Arlington’s annual town election will be held Saturday, April 6. (Shutterstock)

ARLINGTON, MA — The annual town election will take place Saturday, April 6. Residents will be asked to elect a moderator, assessor, select board member and two school committee members — all for three-year terms. A five-year housing authority member will also be on the ballot.

The polls will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. All precincts will also elect Town Meeting members.

See below for the number of Town Meeting members on the ballot and voting locations for each precinct:

PRECINCT 1 – Thompson School, 187 Everett Street; Four for three yearsPRECINCT 2 – Hardy School, 52 Lake Street (entrance on Brooks Avenue); Four for three yearsPRECINCT 3 – Thompson School, 187 Everett Street; Four for three yearsPRECINCT 4 – Hardy School, 52 Lake Street (entrance on Brooks Avenue); Four for three yearsPRECINCT 5 – Thompson School, 187 Everett Street; Four for three yearsPRECINCT 6 – Hardy School, 52 Lake Street (entrance on Brooks Avenue); Four for three yearsPRECINCT 7 – Chestnut Manor, 54 Medford Street (entrance on Chestnut Terrace); Four for three years; One for one year (to fill a vacancy)PRECINCT 8 – Town Hall, 730 Massachusetts Avenue (beside Robbins Library); Four for three yearsPRECINCT 9 – Chestnut Manor, 54 Medford Street (entrance on Chestnut Terrace); Four for three years; One for two years (to fill a vacancy)PRECINCT 10 – Town Hall, 730 Massachusetts Avenue (beside Robbins Library); Four for three yearsPRECINCT 11 – Bishop School, 25 Columbia Road (entrance on Stowecroft Road); Four for three years; One for one year (to fill a vacancy)PRECINCT 12 – Brackett School, 66 Eastern Avenue (Left at Water Tower at top of Park Avenue); Four for three yearsPRECINCT 13 – Stratton School, 180 Mountain Avenue; Four for three yearsPRECINCT 14 – Brackett School, 66 Eastern Avenue (Left at Water Tower at top of Park Avenue); Four for three yearsPRECINCT 15 – Stratton School, 180 Mountain Avenue; Four for three years; One for one year (to fill a vacancy)PRECINCT 16 – Dallin School, 185 Florence Avenue (off Park Avenue); Four for three yearsPRECINCT 17 – Peirce School, 85 Park Ave. Extension (entrance on Newland Road); Four for three years; Two VacanciesPRECINCT 18 – Dallin School, 185 Florence Avenue (off Park Avenue); Four for three yearsPRECINCT 19 – Peirce School, 85 Park Ave. Extension (entrance on Newland Road); Four for three yearsPRECINCT 20 – Park Avenue Congregational Church, 50 Paul Revere Road (corner of ParkAvenue & Wollaston Ave.); Four for three years; One for one year (to fill a vacancy)PRECINCT 21 – Peirce School, 85 Park Ave. Extension (entrance on Newland Road); Four for three years
Candidates

Major offices:

Town Meeting:

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