2020 Election Information:
Presidential Primary: March 3, 2020
Last Day to register to vote for the Town Election is April 24, 2020
Town Election: May 4, 2020
Town Meeting: June 15, 2020
State Primary: September 1, 2020
State Election: November 3, 2020
State Primary Nomination Papers during COVID-19
If candiates have nomination papers that need signature verfication, please put the papers in an envelope marked for the Town Clerk and place them in the Town Hall DropBox at the back entrance of Town Hall. Please include a self-address stamped envelope for the return. Please call Marion at 508-906-3024 or email email@example.com with further questions.
Due to COVID-19 and the closing of the Town Hall to the public, there will be no late dog licensing fees for 2020. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with further questions.
The Office of the Town Clerk, operated by the Town Clerk who is elected to a three-year term by the citizens of Medfield, is responsible for the
- Administration of fair and accurate elections
- Maintenance of factual public records
- Registration of Town voters
The Town Clerk’s functions, mandated by the Federal and State statues and Town By-Laws, also include the recording of the actions of the Town’s legislative branch (Town Meeting).
The Department’s responsibilities also include secretarial duties for the Board of Registrars. The principal duties of the office are to maintain factual public records and to administer fair and accurate elections.
The Medfield Town Clerk holds the rank of department head. In addition to her general duties as Town Clerk, she also serves as the Clerk for the Board of Registrars of Voters. State law provides that the Town Clerk is the official keeper of the Town Seal and the Town’s Oaths of Office. The Town Clerk is also a Justice of the Peace and, as a result, has the authority to perform civil marriage ceremonies. She is also a Notary Public and have the authority to notarize documents signed in their presence.