In 2015 Medford voters will choose candidates for local office.

Every two years Medford voters choose their local leaders. On Tuesday, November 3 voters will select the Mayor, School Committee members, and City Council members.

How to Register

For voters who are not already registered, the deadline to register to vote is twenty days before an election.

Registering to vote is free and open to US citizens age 18 or older. Register to vote by mail, at the Registry of Motor Vehicles, or at Medford City Hall. More information, including a registration form to download and print, is available on the Secretary of State’s website.

Also, contact the Medford Registrar of Voters at 781-393-2491 or stop by the office on the first floor of Medford City Hall Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday, 8:30AM-4:30PM, Wednesday 8:30AM-7:30PM, or Friday 8:30AM-12:30PM.

Important Dates

Tuesday, September 1- local primary to narrow the field of candidates

Tuesday, November 3- local election for Mayor, School Committee, and City Council

Where to Vote

A listing of Medford’s polling locations is available on the city website. Not sure which poll is yours? Enter your address here to find out.

Polls will open at 7AM and close at 8PM.

News

Click to see InsideMedford.com’s campaign coverage

Candidates

The following list of candidates will be updated as InsideMedford.com continues to confirm who is running for office.

Mayoral candidates

Stephanie Muccini Burke (former City Councilor and Budget Director)
Robert Penta (current City Councilor)

City Council

Rick Caraviello*
Mark Crowley
Chris D’Aveta
Frederick Dello Russo, Jr.*
John Falco
Adam Knight*
Breanna Lungo-Koehn*
Michael Marks*
Neil Osborne
George Scarpelli

School Committee

John Amirault
Ann Marie Cugno*
Erin DiBenedetto*
Kathy Kreatz
David McKillop
Christopher Murphy
Mea Mustone
Robert E. Skerry, Jr.*
Paulette Van der Kloot*
Jane Wright

*incumbent