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Vote Today in Massachusetts' Congressional District 5 Special Election!

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If you live in Massachusetts Congressional District 5 you've got a special state election to vote in today!

Today’s special election is being held to elect a U.S. Representative to serve in the Massachusetts 5th Congressional District, where the seat has been vacant since now-Sen. Ed Markey was elected to the U.S. Senate in June.

The candidates for today’s special state election in Congressional District 5 include:

  • Frank John Addivinola, Jr., Republican, from Boston
  • Katherine M. Clark, Democrat, from Melrose
  • James V. Aulenti, Independent, from Wellesley
  • James O. Hall, Justice, Peace, Security, from Arlington.

The following communities comprise Massachusetts Congressional District 5:

  • MIDDLESEX COUNTY: Arlington; Ashland; Belmont; Cambridge: Ward 3, Precinct 2A; Ward 4, Precincts 2, 3; Wards 6, 7, 8, 9; and Ward 10, Precincts 1, 2; Framingham; Holliston; Lexington; Lincoln; Malden; Medford; Melrose; Natick; Sherborn; Stoneham; Sudbury: Precincts 1A, 2, 3, 4, 5; Waltham; Watertown; Wayland; Weston; Winchester; Woburn;
  • SUFFOLK COUNTY: Revere; Winthrop;
  • WORCESTER COUNTY: Southborough


Read more information about  voter registration,  polling locations, and  absentee ballots. For any questions or concerns, visit the state  Elections Division.

Think your vote doesn't matter? Read about three elections in Massachusetts   where one vote made the difference!


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