Marblehead Election 2022: Voter’s Guide for Tuesday


MARBLEHEAD, MA — Voters in Marblehead will head to the polls in Tuesday’s annual municipal election.

Here’s what you need to know if you’re heading to the polls.

Running ?

The following races are contested.

Select advice

(Vote for no more than 2 candidates; 3 year term)

Alexa Singer

james full

Bret Murray

school committee

(Vote for no more than 2 candidates; 3 year term)

Sarah Fox

Reece Dahlberg

Alison Taylor

City Moderator

(Vote for a maximum of 1 candidate; one-year term)

John Attridge

Matthew Wolverton

Cemetery Commission

(Vote for a term of up to 1, 1 year)

Rose Ann Wheeler McCarthy

Pam Peterson

Board of health

Helaine Hazlet

Thomas McMahon

Municipal Lighting Commission

Walter Homann

Michael Hull

Jean Jacques Yarmoff

There will also be two voting initiatives:

issue 1

Will the City of Marblehead be permitted to exempt from the provisions of the proposal two and a half, supposedly, monies required to pay the bond issued to pay for the costs of a road and sidewalk repair program for the next five years, for payment of all incidental and related costs, including engineering, purchasing and upgrading of technology in municipal offices and school service and for payment of all other costs engineering, design and installation related incidentals included for roof reconstruction and major repairs on municipal and school buildings over the next five years, and for payment of all other incidental and related costs , including engineering design and installation, and construction of a salt shed and replacement of boilers at the secondary school and for payment of all other incidental costs and c onnections, including engineering design and installation?

Question 2

Will the City of Marblehead be permitted to assess an additional $3,051,093 in property and personal property taxes for school department budget purposes for which funds from this assessment will be used beginning July 1, 2022?

More information on the proposed $3 million additional budget for schools can be found here and here.

Voting on Election Day

Polling stations will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Precinct 1 will vote at the Old Town House in One Market Square.

Precincts 2 and 3 will vote at Abbot Hall on Washington Street.

Wards 4, 5 and 6 will vote at the Judy and Gene Jacobi Community Center on Humphrey Street.

If you don’t know which constituency you are in, visit the State Secretariat website.

Election night results

Check back with Marblehead Patch often on election night for updated results as they become available. The results will be displayed on the Marblehead Patch Facebook page here.


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