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2018 State Election Results are In!

November 6, 2018

Here in Greenfield, voters overwhelmingly upheld rights for transgender individuals.  Click the "watch now" link to see more results.

2018 State Primary Results are In!

September 4, 2018

Here in Greenfield, Joanne Comerford won the contested Democratic Primary race for State Senator.  Click the "watch now" link to see more results.

Franklin, Worcester, Hampshire State Senate Candidate Forum

Recorded August 13, 2018

Thanks to our friends at Northampton Community Television (NCTV) for providing us with video of this Democratic Primary debate!

1st Franklin District Democratic Primary Debate

Recorded August 7, 2018

Thanks to our friends at Frontier Community Access Television (FCAT) for providing us with video of this candidate forum!

Election 2016

Don't worry, we're not going to tell you how to vote or even mention any candidates by name.  We just thought you might like a reminder to do your civic duty on Tuesday, if you haven't already taken advantage of our state's new early voting system.  Remember, if you don't participate, you don't really have a right to complain if you don't like the way things turn out.  

Important Election Information

Adapted from Greenfield Town Clerk's Office press releases:

In advance of the United States Presidential Election and Massachusetts General Election, that will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, the Greenfield Town Clerk’s Office would like to advise residents that the last day to register to vote, or change their address or party affiliation, will be Wednesday, October 19th.  In addition, absentee ballots are now available and can be applied for through Noon on Monday, November 7th.

How to Read Election Results

Hopefully, you checked our homepage on Tuesday night to see full Greenfield election results and watch our live Pioneer Valley results show with Chris Collins, Bill Newman, and Monte Belmonte.  We realize that, if you aren’t intimately familiar with the way the election process works here in town, you might have a couple of lingering questions about write-ins and blanks.

News from Our City Government

Adapted from Greenfield Mayor's Office & Town Clerk's Office press releases:

Our Greenfield Town Clerk, Deborah Tuttle, would like to remind everyone that the voter registration deadline for Greenfield's town election on November 3rd is coming up fast, on October 14th.  In addition, Mayor Martin wants to let residents know that our city has won a $10,050 Sustainable Materials Recovery Program grant.

You Too Can Run for Office!

Adapted from a Greenfield Town Clerk's Office press release:

Nomination papers for the Greenfield Preliminary Town Election, to be held on September 8, 2015, are available now at the Greenfield Town Clerk's Office.  All candidates must obtain signatures of registered voters residing in Greenfield in order to become candidates for the town election in November.  Terms for all elected officials currently holding office will expire on December 31, 2015; newly elected officials will begin their terms on January 1, 2016.

2nd Franklin Republican Candidates To Debate

Adapted from a Petersham Republican Town Committee press release:

On August 20th, at 7 pm, in Petersham Town Hall, the public is invited to come and hear Republican candidates for state representative, Susannah Whipps Lee and Karen Anderson, debate issues facing the voters of the Second Franklin District.

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