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  • May 2024 Bulletin

    In this issue of the League of Women Voters of Arlington Bulletin:

    • May 2024 Calendar
    • LWV Arlington Receives Scharfman Grant
    • Co-President’s Message
    • LWVA Welcomes New Members
    • LWV Arlington’s Annual Meeting & Party – June 10
    • Legislators Address Justice, Health Care, Housing, and Other Issues at Festive Brunch
    • Legislative Action Committee (LAC) in Action
    • LWVMA Announces Council Speaker for June 22
    • Membership Application/Renewal Form
    • Renew Your League Membership Online!
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  • LWV Arlington’s Annual Legislators’ Brunch – April 28

    Bring a spouse, friend or neighbor!

    Sunday, April 28, 2024, 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM
    @ Kathy and Paul Fennelly’s Home, 97 Gray St., Arlington

    This is your opportunity to meet and talk with our current State Legislators – Senator Cindy Friedman and Representatives Sean Garballey and Dave Rogers.

    Please contact Meredith Zona,, or telephone 781-648-2753, if you can come and bring your favorite brunch food. Meredith will also arrange a ride to and from the brunch if you need one.

    Directions: 97 Gray St. is at the intersection of Gray St. and Churchill Ave., which is the 4th right after you turn onto Gray St. from Pleasant St. (Route 60). If you’re traveling on Gray St. from Arlington Heights, Churchill Ave. is the 4th left after the lights at Highland Ave. The house is a large gray home on the right side if you’re traveling up from Pleasant Street. There is plenty of on-street parking.

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  • Arlington Town Clerk: Appointed or Elected?

    The League of Women Voters of Arlington supports converting the Town Clerk from an elected to an appointed position, where the Town Manager hires the Town Clerk with the approval of the Select Board. Last year, Town Meeting voted 186 to 31 to put this question on the 2024 ballot. Now the decision is in the hands of Arlington’s voters.

    At the request of the current Town Clerk, a study was commissioned to assess the organizational structure of the Town Clerk Department in order to inform the elected vs. appointed decision. We encourage you to read the study and support this change to strengthen the structure of Arlington’s government.

Arlington Town Elections – April 1, 2023

Wednesday, March 22
Deadline to register for the April 1 Town election, (10 days before the election)
Thursday, March 23
Candidates Night 8 pm Town Hall. Please see page 3 of the Bulletin.
Saturday April 1, 8 am. to 8 pm
Town Election. If you can give rides to the polls, please let Carolyn Parsons know. Details in the March 2023 Bulletin.

For information on voting in Arlington, including Early Voting, Vote by Mail, offices and candidate lists and voting places, please see the Elections & Voting page of the Arlington Town website.

The Massachusetts Secretary of State’s office has consolidated a number of election resources onto a single web page. This link takes you to a page with links to a dozen things you can do: register to vote, update your voter information, find your polling place, find a ballot drop box, view upcoming elections, and many more.