Belmont Voters Back Clinton; Reject Charter Schools, Yes on Legally Lighting Up

Photo: Counting early ballots More than four out of five registered voters cast ballots as Belmont residents came out in near record numbers to participate in the 2016 Presidential election on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Lines queued at each of the town’s eight polling sites before 7 a.m. as residents took the opportunity to vote in […]

League of Women Voters Will Drive You To The Polls Tuesday

Photo: League’s logo The Belmont League of Women Voters will once again provide rides to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 8 so residents can vote in the Presidential and state elections as well as four ballot questions. Rides will be available from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. to any of the eight precinct polling stations in town. To arrange […]

Belmont Town Clerk Announces Early Presidential Voting Dates, Hours

  Photo: Town Clerk Ellen Cushman registering Belmont High School students allowing them to vote in the 2016 Presidential Election.  Recent changes to the Massachusetts General Laws gives all registered voters the opportunity to cast a ballot for the Presidential and State Election before the Nov. 8 Election Day, according to a statement from Belmont […]

Town Seeking Election Workers to Help During ‘Busy’ 2016

Photo: It will be a busy 2016 for voters in Belmont with four planned elections. And the Belmont Board of Registrars and Town Clerk are committed to administering fair, open and efficient elections.  To do this the Town Clerk’s office rely on the dedicated services of the more than 100 election workers and we’re always […]

Guess Which Former Belmont Resident is Thinking of Running for President … Again

Third times the charm. At least, that’s what Mitt Romney is hoping. The former Belmont homeowner who lived with his wife, Anne, and five sons for five decades on Winn Street, Marsh Street and South Cottage Road, told a group of donors on Friday, Jan. 9, that he is considering a White House bid in 2016, a move that […]