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Disclosure: Waylandenews Executive Director Kim Reichelt is a member of the Wayland School Committee. Her work on this site, however, is as an individual, not as a member of the School Committee.

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Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable

Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization of men and women incorporated in 1999. The goal of the Roundtable is to raise awareness about the issue of domestic violence through community education and networking and to improve the coordination between public and private services for victims and families touched by domestic violence.

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Town Elections/ATM 2020

Town Elections are June 9. The Town Clerk’s page is online here

Town Meeting scheduling is to be determined.

Voting on Election Day:

Candidates Night is available online here, or watch below:
School Committee starts at about 0:5:25, Selectmen at 0:59:50 and Recreation at 1:34:40

 

Candidate Information – this page has the names of all candidates for office, and links to candidate websites (if available)

 

Early and absentee voting (from FAQ on Town Clerk site)

What’s the difference between early voting and absentee voting?  Differences include application requirements, eligibility, method and timing of voting, applications made by family members, and once a ballot is cast.  Click here to see a chart detailing the differences between Early Voting and Absentee Voting.Absentee Voting

Am I eligible to apply for an absentee ballot application due to COVID-19?  Eligibility for apply for an absentee ballot now also includes a physical disability prevent the voter from going to the polling place (only until June 30, 2020) to include any person taking precaution related to COVID-19 in response to a declared state of emergency or from guidance from a medical professional, local or state health official, or any civil authority.  Click here for an application.  Applications for an absentee ballot must be received in the Office of the Town Clerk by noon the day before the June 9, 2020 Annual Town election.  You may mail, email, or fax the application to the Office of the Town Clerk.  Address:  41 Cochituate Rd., Wayland, MA  01778; email:  townclerk@wayland.ma.us.  Please allow ample time for mailing of the ballot.  Ballots can not be picked up in person.

Early Voting:

How do I arrange to early vote (EV) by mail?  Voters must submit a written request for an EV ballot which can be the application or any form of written communication asking for an EV ballot.  Click here for an Early Voting application.  Early Voting applications are also available 24 hours per day in the vestibule at Town Hall, at the Office of the Town Clerk, and on the Secretary of the Commonwealth website.  Applications for Early Vote by mail must be received in Office of the Town Clerk by noon the day before the June 9, 2020 Annual Town Election.  You may mail (Office of the Town Clerk, 41 Cochituate Rd, Wayland, MA), email (townclerk@wayland.ma.us), or fax the application.  Please allow for ample time for the Town Clerk’s Office to mail the ballot.  Ballots can not be picked up in person and must be returned to the Office of the Town Clerk by close of the polls on election day.  Voters may not bring ballots to the polls on election day.