What You Need to Know for Next Week's Election

Find out when to vote, where to vote, and how to submit an absentee ballot.

Election Day is scheduled for Monday in Sudbury, with several contested races on the ballot.

So what do you need to know before you head to the polls? We've got you covered.

First, you'll need to know when the election takes place. Polls are open on Monday, March 31, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Among the contested races are the race for Board of Selectmen (John Drobinski and Patricia Brown battle for one three-year seat) and Sudbury School Committee (Incumbents Ellen Winer Joachim and Richard J. Robison take on Christine A. Hogan, and Lisa V. Kouchakdjian for two seats).

Residents will also be asked if they support the funding for the proposed police station, which must pass at the ballot and at Annual Town Meeting.

So where do you vote? Your precinct is based on where you live. You can visit this website to put in your voting information and find out your precinct number.

Residents who will vote in Precinct 1, 1A and 5 will vote at the Fairbank Community Center, located at Fairbank Road. Precinct 3 and 4 voters will cast their ballot at Lower Town Hall, located at 322 Concord Road.

Not going to be in town for Election Day? You can vote by absentee ballot, but you must obtain one by Friday and it must be returned by the time polls close on Monday.


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