Tuesday, January 22, 2013
The Town Clerk's office is asking residents to return the Annual Street List promptly.
The Annual Street List, more commonly known as the 2013 town census, has gone out to Stoneham homes, according to Stoneham Town Clerk Maria Sagarino. "I'd like those residents who have not yet returned it to please do so," Sagarino said in an email to Stoneham Patch. "They are asked to make changes if necessary, sign and return as soon as possible. Those residents who are voters will be made inactive if their census is not returned." The census can be mailed to: Town Clerk, Stoneham Town Hall, 35 Central St., Stoneham, MA 02180-2055. Any questions can be directed to the Town Clerk's office at (781) 279-2650.
Monday, September 17, 2012
Stoneham residents who want to vote in the 2012 presidential election and other federal and state races have until Wednesday, Oct. 17 to register. Here's how, with links to mail-in voter registration forms and how to request an absentee ballot.
Stoneham residents who want to vote in the 2012 presidential election and other federal and state races have five weeks left until the Massachusetts voter registration deadline. The registration deadline is Wednesday, Oct 17. Typically the Stoneham Town Clerk's Office at Town Hall, 35 Central St., Stoneham, MA 02180 is open from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. on the voter registration deadline day for in-person registrations. Residents can also download a mail-in voter registration form on the Secretary of the Commonwealth's website. Once that form is filled out and signed, it must be mailed to the Stoneham Town Clerk's Office (listed above) and postmarked by Wednesday, Oct. 17 for you to be eligible to vote. Massachusetts also allows voters to vote…
Monday, March 5, 2012
Massachusetts voters will head to the polls Tuesday to vote in the presidential primary.
While voters will make their way to the polls for the Super Tuesday primary in the 2012 presidential race, Stoneham election official Carolyn Auriemma doesn't expect there to be much of a turnout. Will Voters Show Up at the Polls? "We don't expect a big turnout or a lot of issues because it's probably going to be a quiet primary," Auriemma said, adding that many people simply aren't aware that the primary is on Tuesday. "The primary hasn't been advertised that well. You might get some people that are interested in voting for the town committee, but we're not expecting a huge turnout." Auriemma, who handles voter and registration matters for the Town Clerk's Office and has worked for the department since 2005, said town elections typically …