Category Archive for 'Town Elections'

Wenham votes first — this Saturday morning Here is some more information on the five people running for three open seats on the School Committee. Click here to read their profiles in the Salem News: http://bit.ly/school-committee-candidates-Salem-News Or watch a replay of the very informative, highly recommended League of Women Voters Candidates’ Night forum at these […]

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To support the schools, vote “Yes” twice. Tomorrow, Sat. May 7, Wenham Town Election, 8 a.m. to 12 noon, Buker Gym, Wenham Town Meeting, 1 p.m., Buker Gym. Drop-off babysitting available
Follow the meeting on Twitter: www.twitter.com/hwsos. As we sometimes forget during the busy budget season, the only entity that decides Wenham’s share of school funding is YOU, the voter.
This year you have a choice. There are two numbers proposed for Wenham’s share of the school budget. You may vote for the assessment that is in the school’s budget, which represents a 0% increase to the town from last year. It does not affect town services, and it maintains level services in the schools.

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Busy Saturday morning? Vote early! Wenham voters head to the polls on Saturday morning to cast ballots in the Buker gymnasium for school committee candidates, selectboard candidates and other posts. Polling hours are 8 a.m. to 12 noon, a small window of time on a busy day.
If you know it’s going to be a push for you to get to the polls, why not vote early? You can vote absentee today at the town hall clerk’s office from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and tomorrow, Friday, May 6, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.

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Boiler Passes at Wenham Town Meeting Next Up: Ballot Votes in Both Towns A big thanks to everyone who made it to Wenham Town Meeting last week, especially given how much illness is going around the schools, and voted Yes for the Cutler HVAC system. Now the measure needs to pass by majority vote at […]

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Jennifer Scuteri Won the Hamilton Selectman’s Race Jen received 805 votes. Paul Ricker tallied in at 791 votes, and Tony Celata received 231 votes. The Capital Debt Exclusion Failed at Hamilton Town Meeting The CDE passed at Wenham Town Meeting but failed by only 20 votes at Hamilton Town Meeting. (62% of Hamilton voters at […]

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We need 2 Yes votes for every No vote Please remember to vote tomorrow morning, Saturday May 2, from 8 a.m. to 12 noon at the Buker School. On the ballot are three candidates for selectman: Bill Clifford – http://www.wickedlocal.com/wenham/archive/x1092980623/Wenham-Board-of-Selectmen-candidate-William-Clifford John Clemenzi – http://www.wickedlocal.com/wenham/archive/x718267051/Wenham-Board-of-Selectmen-candidate-John-Clemenzi Don Costin – http://www.wickedlocal.com/wenham/archive/x126909211/Wenham-Board-of-Selectmen-candidate-Donald-E-Costin Then plan to return to Buker starting […]

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