Here’s what you need to know about the April 4 election
Voters will soon head to the polls. Here is what you need to know before you cast your ballot.
Election day is Tuesday, April 4. Polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The last day to register to vote in the election is Saturday, March 25. Registration can be completed at the town clerk's office between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. More information about registering to vote and the required documentation can be found here.
The polling precincts are as follows:
1 North Branch Library – 211 Cross Road
2 Smith Mills Church Hall – 11 Anderson Way
3 UMASS Dartmouth-285 Old Westport Road
4 Dartmouth Bible Church – 52 Morton Avenue
5 Town Hall – 400 Slocum Road
6 COA – 628 Dartmouth Street
7 DYAA – Crapo Field – 225 Russells Mills Road
8 Southworth Library – 732 Dartmouth Street 9 COA– 628 Dartmouth Street
To find your polling place click here.
The only contested race in this election is for the School Committee. Voters will be able to vote for two of the five candidates running.
Read up on the candidates with Dartmouth Week's election profiles and coverage of the candidates' forum via the links below:
Candidates running unopposed include Stanley Mickelson for Select Board, Robert Michaud for Assessor, Joan-Marie Proulx and Lisa Ann Tufano for the Trustee of Free Public Libraries, Emily Olmsted for Board of Health and Sherri L. Tetrault for Board of Parks & Recreation.