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Sample Ballots And Polling Locations For Tuesday's State Primary Election

Sep 08, 2014 02:09PM, Published by Bill Gilman, Categories: Tewksbury Pride, Town Hall


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Voters in Tewksbury and the rest of Massachusetts head to the polls on Tuesday, Sept. 9 for the State Primary Election.
Attached above, you will find printable PDF files of sample Republican and Democratic ballots for each of the town's voting wards. Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
Among the faces gaining the most attention locally tomorrow are the battles for Governor, State Treasurer  and State Senator for the 2nd Essex Middlesex District.
In the race to succeed Gov. Deval Patrick, Attorney General Martha Coakley is looking to fend off challenges from Donald Berwick and State Treasurer Steve Grossman for the Democratic Nomination. Charlie Baker, who lost to Patrick in 2010, is in a race with Mark Fisher for the GOP nomination.
The State Treasurer election has a local flavor, with State Sen. Barry Finegold, D-Andover, in a tight race with state Rep. Tom Conroy, D-Wayland, and Deb Goldberg for the Democratic nomination. The winner will face Republican Michael Heffernan, who runs unopposed.
Finegold's bid for State Treasurer has opened up the State Senate seat in the 2nd Essex-Middlesex District in what is a fascinating race.
Former state Rep. Barbara L'Italien of Andover is vying for the Democratic nomination against Lawrence School Committee member Pavel Payano and Doris Rodriguez of Lawrence. The winner of that race will battle Andover Selectman Alex Vispoli, who runs unopposed on the Republican side.
On a national scale, all eyes are on the 6th Congressional District, where Democratic Congressman John Tierney barely held off a challenge from Republican Richard Tisei in 2012. Tisei is running unopposed for the GOP nomination but it remains to be seen if he will get a second crack at Tierney, who faces a still primary challenge from former Marine Seth Moulton. Also in the Democratic race are Marisa DeFranco, John Devine and John Gutta.
Voting locations in Tewksbury are as follows:
Precinct 1      
Senior Center
175 Chandler St.
Precinct 1A     
Senior Center
175 Chandler St.
Precinct 2
Recreation Center
286 Livingston St.
Precinct 2A
Recreation Center
286 Livingston St.
Precinct 3
Lowell Assembly of God
995 Andover St.
Precinct 3A
Lowell Assembly of God
995 Andover St.
Precinct 4
Library
300 Chandler St.
Precinct 4A
Library
300 Chandler St

If you need to verify your voter registration status or have any questions, you can call the Town Clerk’s Office at 978-640-4355 or can check online at:



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