Your vote counts — Wellesley votes on Tuesday, March 5, 2019
There are 5 contested races in the March 5 election
Board of Selectmen — 1 seat open
- Jennifer Fallon
- Lise Olney
Board of Health — 1 seat open
- Linda Oliver Grape
- James Rodrigue
Natural Resources Commission — 1 seat open
- Raina McManus
- Jim Miller
Planning Board — 1 5-year seat open, 1 1-year seat open
5-year term candidates
- Thomas Ahern
- Patricia Mallett
1-year term candidates
- Albert Berry
- Deed Mccollum
- Frank Pinto
All candidates for contested and uncontested seats.
General information about Wellesley government:
- Wellesley has 11 Boards and Committees elected at the Annual Town election each year in March
- The seats on these boards are staggered so that one or two seats are elected each year for 3-year terms
- Planning and Housing include 5-year terms
Wellesley also has a representative Town Meeting for 240 members elected by voting precinct.
Town Meeting Members have staggered three-year terms, so 10 are elected each year from each precinct.
Town Meeting meets in March/April to vote on operating budgets, capital expenditures and bylaws for the town.
Keep up to speed on Wellesley election 2019 headlines
Town of Wellesley’s official Voting & Elections page
League of Women Voters interactive election guide