The League of Women Voters of Westford is a group of women and men of all ages and backgrounds with the common interest of “Making Democracy Work.” The League’s goal is to encourage active and informed participation of citizens in government.
All registered voters are encouraged to apply for mail-in ballots. Ballots must be received by the Town Clerk’s office by 8 p.m. on June 30. You may mail in your ballot (be aware the mail delivery is slower than usual), or drop off your ballot in a secure drop box for mail-in ballots located in the Town Hall parking lot. Please note that if you do use this drop-box, your ballot must still be in the “early” or “absentee” envelope provided to you. Also, don’t forget to sign your envelope. Polls will also be open on June 30 for in-person voting, 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
During this town election season, the Westford LWV wants to be clear about our conflict of interest and nonpartisanship policies. The League never supports any political party or candidate. The League’s voter service activities, such as Candidates’ Night and the Voters’ Guide, are open to all candidates. Candidates who are members of the League, or hold League leadership positions, are never involved in the planning or running of these events. We thank all town residents who choose to serve the town of Westford by running for local office.
Download and read the LWV’s Guide To Town Meeting today! (Updated in April 2019). Be prepared and informed when attending Annual Town Meeting in March, or Special Town Meeting in October.
Download and read the LWV’s newest publication, How Westford Works. Everything you need to know about town government in one handy booklet! Published in March, 2018.
Thinking about running for local office? Check out the League’s Guide to Running for Local Office.
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