Monday, April 29, 2013
Voting information for the April 30 U.S. Senate primary in Stoneham and Massachusetts.
Here's a quick overview of how to vote in the U.S. Senate primary on Tuesday, April 30: When Can I Vote? Polling hours are from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Where is the Polling Place? The Stoneham Town Hall Auditorium is where you cast your ballot. Town Hall is located at 35 Central St. next door to the Stoneham Police Department. What Precinct Am I In? While your voting precinct should be posted at the entrance to the auditorium, you can find your precinct here. What's On the Ballot? Democrats Stephen Lynch, Edward Markey and Brett Rhyne (write-in candidate) will vie for their party's nomination, while Republicans Gabriel Gomez, Michael Sullivan and Daniel Winslow face off for the GOP's nod. Read Q&As with all the candidates here. What if I Still …
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Election Day has arrived in Stoneham and residents are trickling into the polls on Tuesday afternoon.
Updated at 2:01 p.m.: According to Town Clerk Maria Sagarino, as of 1 p.m. a total of 1,050 residents have come to the polls. That is about six percent of the 15,302 registered voters in Stoneham. "This is a lot slower than I would have thought," said Sagarino. "The problem is that people think it’s so important to vote for president, so every four years we get a tremendous turnout. But at the local level, your day-to-day is effected much more by the local election. Your house is here, your property taxes, your kids’ school system. It all starts here. But people don’t seem to realize that. If they did, the turnout would be a little bit better." Original Story: The spring conditions of recent days have disappeared, but that hasn’t stopped …
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Updates on the 2012 elections here in Stoneham will be posted throughout the day. Connect with us on Twitter too at #PatchElections and tell us what you see by tweeting @StonehamPatch and commenting on facebook.com/StonehamPatch.
Stay with Stoneham Patch all day as we update this article with news and information from the polls and live election results after 8 p.m. Share your photos and videos from Election Day by clicking the Upload Photos and Video button! Also, tell us what've seen at the polls in the comments below: How long did you wait to vote today? Which candidate has the most visible presence among signholders? Join the conversation in the comments. Scott Brown (R), Elizabeth Warren (D): U.S. Senate Scott Brown has represented Massachusetts in the U.S. Senate since a January 2010 special election held to fill the U.S. Senate seat vacated by the late Ted Kennedy. Brown defeated state Attorney General Martha Coakley with 1,168,107 votes, or 51.9 percent, to…
Check out our Five Things column for election day on Tuesday, Nov. 6 in Stoneham.
Here are five things to know on election day (Tuesday, Nov. 6) in Stoneham: 1. Voting hours: The polls will be open an hour earlier on election day on Tuesday, as Stonehamites can vote from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Stoneham Town Hall Auditorium. 2. Polling place: There is one polling place in Stoneham: the Town Hall Auditorium. A table will be set up for each voting district. Find out which district is yours here. 3. Preview ballot: Check out a sample ballot posted on the town of Stoneham website. 4. Election day overview: Visit the Stoneham Election Guide for voting information. 5. Use Stoneham Patch to connect with your neighbors:
Monday, November 5, 2012
Five things you need to know today, Monday, Nov. 5.
1. Chilly day: Monday will see highs in the upper 40s with clear skies. Evening temperatures will reach a low in the upper 20s. 2. Meet your senator: Sen. Katherine Clark is available to meet with constituents at the Milano Senior Center in Melrose the 1st Friday of every month from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 3. Write a review: Did you have a great time at a Stoneham business? If so, search our directory and post a positive review and rank the business on a 1-5 star scale. 4. Advertise on Patch! Interested in advertising on Stoneham Patch? Contact Ad Manager Chris Farris via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. 5. Voting information: Check out this article to find out where to vote on election day. Use Stoneham Patch to connect with your …
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Take a gander at the latest image captured in town.
Our "Photo of the Day" is of the sun setting on election day Tuesday in Stoneham. Got a great photo captured in Stoneham? Email it to email@example.com for future Photo of the Day consideration.
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Check out the "Patch Facts" column for April 3.
1. Election Day: Voters can cast their Ballots from 7 a.m.-8 p.m. on Tuesday at the polling place, which is the Town Hall Auditorium. 2. Ballot preview: Take a gander at the sample Town Election Ballot available on the Town of Stoneham website. There are three contested races and one question on the ballot which asks voters to approve a debt exclusion for the estimated $40 million Stoneham Middle School project. 3. Candidates on video: Check out Stoneham TV's videos from the candidates nights in March. Two candidates nights were held for the three contested races, including Board of Selectmen, Constable and Town Clerk. 4. In case you missed it: See our video featuring Stonehamites atteding the "Light It Up Blue" autism awareness event that…
Monday, April 2, 2012
A look at a sample Ballot for the April 3 Town Election.
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
The longtime Stoneham resident is one of five people vying for the position.
[Editor's note: The following information is from a press statement issued by Stoneham Town Clerk candidate Paul Means.] Former Stoneham Board of Selectman and State Rep. Paul Means recently announced his candidacy for Town Clerk, according to a press statement. On April 3, Stoneham voters will choose someone to finish the final year of former Town Clerk John Hanright’s term. In his announcement, Means said the following: “I am running for Town Clerk to carry on the legacy of leadership set by the late John Hanright. “John knew that the position of Town Clerk is more than just issuing licenses, keeping the town records, and supervising elections. The Town Clerk is also a leader for our community, and John was a quiet but very effective …
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Larry Means cruises to victory in the only contested Election Day race for moderator, while the $1.9 million Proposition 2 1/2 tax override vote fails.
For months, Stoneham residents saw signs throughout town with the words “Larry Means Moderator,” but when it came to the 2011 town election, Larry Means meant an unexpectedly convincing victory. In what was the only contested race on the ballot this year, Means was able to defeat incumbent Michael Rotondi by more than 45 percentage points. Means tallied 2,002 votes to Rotondi's 763. “I feel great, I worked hard and I think this showed the hard work,” Means said of the victory. “I started late last August, went door to door, and I think the results speak for themselves.” The moderator race was joined by a comparably resounding result in the Proposition 2 ½ override, Stoneham’s first override vote since 2007, which was defeated by 40 …