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No races up for grabs in annual town election

Officials opt against combining with primary ~ The town of Canton will hold its annual town election this coming Tuesday, April 2, and once again there should be minimal drama thanks to a contest-free ballot headed by several longtime incumbents. Included in that group is William C. Galvin, a state representative in the Sixth Norfolk […]

Deadline for annual town election set for Wednesday, March 13

Voters line up at the JFK School on Election Day in 2012.

Town Clerk Tracy Kenney has announced that the last day to register to vote for the April 2 town election will be Wednesday, March 13. The town clerk’s office will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on March 13. Registration forms may be requested by telephone at 781-821-5013. The clerk’s office will mail […]

Incumbents dominate ballot in contest-free election

For the second time in the past three years, the town of Canton will hold a contest-free election after the February 11 nomination deadline came and went with only a single candidate submitting papers

Deadline to obtain town election papers is Friday, Feb. 8

Town Clerk Tracy Kenney has announced that nomination papers for the April 2, 2013 annual town election will be available in the town clerk’s office beginning January 22 at 9 a.m. The last day to obtain nomination papers is February 8 at 5 p.m. Those seeking office in the election must obtain the signatures of […]

Canton backs Obama, Community Preservation Act

It was a busy and action-packed Election Day in Canton Tuesday as voters said yes to four more years of President Barack Obama while also throwing their support behind the Community Preservation Act (CPA) as well as two statewide ballot proposals: the Right to Repair bill and the legalization of medical marijuana. Similar to the […]

Tuesday’s election chock full of races, ballot questions

Hotly contested races for president and U.S. Senator along with various local races and a slew of intriguing ballot questions will all be up for grabs when Canton voters head to the polls on Election Day this coming Tuesday, November 6. In the race for president of the United States, Democratic incumbent Barack Obama is […]

CPA to go back before voters in upcoming election

Canton voters will have a little extra drama to look forward to this year on election night thanks to the addition of a fourth ballot question that once again proposes passage of the Community Preservation Act. Tuesday will mark the third time since 2006 — and the second time in the past calendar year — […]

CPA organizers grateful for support, hopeful for future

Dear Canton voters: To the CPA supporters and voters: My heartfelt thanks and gratitude for your support of the Community Preservation Act. You worked hard to raise awareness for CPA and you have certainly laid a foundation for further education about CPA in our community. You took the long view, knowing in the future we […]

Voters oppose CPA, elect McSweeney

A grassroots effort to make Canton the latest beneficiary of the state’s Community Preservation Act (CPA) came up short at the polls on Tuesday as voters said “no” to a proposed ballot question by a fairly wide margin.

Tuesday’s election to feature single contest, CPA vote

A lone contest to fill a vacancy on the Housing Authority and a ballot question on the adoption of the Community Preservation Act will be the two major attractions in the upcoming townwide election scheduled for Tuesday, April 3. The rest of the ballot will resemble the past few elections, with a bunch of incumbents […]

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