Where To Vote Today in Worcester's Preliminary Election

 by TWIW StaffSeptember 14, 2021

WORCESTER -  

The purpose of the preliminary election is to narrow the field down to two candidates each on the districts 1 and 5 ballots ahead of the municipal election on Tuesday, Nov. 2.

Only registered voters in District 1 and District 5 are eligible to participate. District 1 includes voters in Ward 1 & 2 Precincts 1-5. District 5 includes voters in Ward 7 & 9 Precincts 1-5.

Here are the candidates for each district council race:

District 1 City Council

  • David V. Shea, Jr. – 464 Burncoat St.
  • Richard Cipro – 103 Christine St.
  • Sean M. Rose – 14 Dubiel Dr.

District 5 City Council

  • Etel Haxhiaj– 4 Englewood Ave.
  • Gregory L. Stratman – 55 Clover St.
  • Stephen Quist – 377 Chandler St. Apt.1
  • Yenni Desroches – 33 Monroe Ave. Apt.1

For a list of precinct polling locations, click here.

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