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Dedham voters heading to the polls

Posted by Natalie Feulner  November 6, 2012 04:33 PM

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Dedham voters fill the polls at Town Hall. Photo by Natalie Feulner.

Dedham's voters are heading to five locations today to select among candidates for president, US Senate, Congress and the state Legislature. Town Hall this afternoon was packed with residents and Town Clerk Paul Munchbach was busy running around the conference room answering questions.

Polls close at 8 p.m., and you ccan check out a sample ballot beforehand right here.

Residents should call the clerk's office at 781-751-9200 with any questions or visit the town's election
website.

The following races are contested:

U.S. Congress: Stephen Lynch is running against Joe Selvaggi for representation of the eighth district.

U.S. Senate: Incumbent Scott Brown and challenger Elizabeth Warren are vying for one seat.

U.S. President: President Obama faces former Gov. Mitt Romney and Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson Jill Stein and Cheri Honkala, Green-Rainbow Party

Regional Vocational School Committee: Voters should select five members to serve on the committee. However the only candidate with a challenger is incumbent Kevin Connolly of Norwood who faces off with Daniel Brent, also of Norwood.

Dedham residents should vote at the following locations:

Precinct One: Town Hall, 26 Bryant St.
Precinct Two: Riverdale School, 143 Needham St.
Precinct Three: Former Avery School, 123 High St.
Precinct Four: Dedham Middle School, 70 Whiting Ave.
Precinct Five: Greenlodge School, 191 Greenlodge St.
Precinct Six: Dedham Middle School, 70 Whiting Ave.
Precinct Seven:Greenlodge School, 191 Greenlodge St.

Natalie Feulner can be reached at natalie.feulner@gmail.com.

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