Where to Vote in Westwood on Election Tuesday

Here are the four voting locations in Westwood for Election Tuesday.

There are four locations in Westwood for people to cast their ballot.

Precinct 1 is at the Council on Aging (60 Nahatan St.). Precinct 2 is located at the Sheehan School (549 Pond St.). Precinct 3 is at the Hanlon School (790 Gay St). Precinct 4 is at the Downey School (250 Downey St.).

In addition, if you're unsure of which precinct you're supposed where you're supposed to vote, go to the Secretary of the Commonwealth's Where Do I Vote website and enter your home address. You can also contact the Town Clerk's Office if you have questions. The Clerk's office will be open their normal business hours today, which are from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Tomorrow, on Election Day, the Clerk's office will be open from 8:30 a.m. until 8 p.m. Please note that on Election Day the Town Clerk's Office will only be open for election business.

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For more information on tomorrow's election, including links to who is running and some other miscellaneous information that Town Clerk Dottie Powers recommends you know, please visit this link.

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