Concord’s Election Guide
The candidates, incumbents and issues that will be affecting Concord, Massachusetts and the world.
As we look ahead to November’s elections, Concord Patch is devoted to bring you the information you need about every race in town. Here's our start on the candidates and issues we'll be covering as November draws near. Bookmark this page for updates.
The following candidates will be running for office this year in districts that cover some or all of Concord:
- Sample Ballot: To see your sample ballot, go to the Secretary of State's website and enter your address in the Election Information Page. (Note: They are not available yet, but should be up closer to the election.)
- Polling locations: To find polling locations and precincts, click here.
- Middlesex Clerk of Courts - Democrat Michael Sullivan of Cambridge faces no challenger.
- Middlesex Sheriff - Acting Sheriff Peter Koutoujian, a Democrat from Waltham faces no challenger.
- Register of Deeds, Middlesex Southern District - Democrat Maria Curtatone of Somerville faces no challenger.
- State Representative, 14th Middlesex: Incumbent Cory Atkins, a Concord Democrat, is facing a challenge from Mike Benn, a Concord Republican.
- State Senate, Third Middlesex - Lexington Democrat Mike Barrett and Chelmsford Republican Sandi Martinez are facing off in the general election after outlastings several other candidates for the right to fill the seat retiring state Sen. Susan Fargo, D-Lincoln, is leaving behind after eight terms.
- Governor's Council, Third District - Incumbent Marilyn Petitto Devaney, a Watertown Democrat, faces a challenge from independent candidate Thomas Sheff of Newton.
- U.S. Congress, Third District - Incumbent Niki Tsongas, a Lowell Democrat, faces Republican Jon Golnik of Carlisle.
- U.S. Senate - Incumbent Scott Brown, a Republican, faces Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren.
- U.S. President - Incumbent Barack Obama, a Democrat, faces Republican challenger Mitt Romney, Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein, a Lexington resident.
Question 1: Availability of Motor Vehicle Repair Information
Question 2: Prescribing Medication to End Life
Question 3: Medical Use of Marijuana