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2022 Midterms Early Voting

Early Voting Will Be Available For 2 Weeks

The Framingham City Clerk will be making early voting for the midterm elections available for 2 week starting Saturday October 22 through Friday November 4.

Early voting will be available only at Nevins Hall in the Memorial Building.

See full schedule:


Coordinated Campaign Office

Campaign Office On South Street

The Framingham Democratic Committee will operate a coordinated campaign office for the November elections.  This office will serve as a focal point for canvas staging as well as information and material distribution.

The office is located at 68 South Street, with the intersection of Arlington Street.

The location was previously used by Priscila Sousa during her primary campaign for the 6th Middlesex House seat.  The FDC is grateful to Priscila for making this space available for the November election.

More details on the campaign office to follow.

In-Person Meetings Resume!

September Business Meeting Will Be In-Person Gathering

The Framingham Democratic Committee’s next business meeting takes place on Sunday September 18th from 7pm to 9pm at the familiar location:

Community Room at Framingham Green
136 Maynard Road, Framingham

Be sure to use the parking at 1071 Worcester Road and a reminder that the entire Framingham Green property is non-smoking.  First time attendees please see the Meetings page on parking information:

The FDC returns to the Green after a 2 year COVID hiatus and members will be very eager to gather in person.  A remote option will be available for those who would like to participate from home.

The business agenda is not ready for distribution but expect a lot of exciting information with regards to the 2022 midterm elections and the Healey/Driscoll ticket.

2022 Democratic Ticket

Healey/Driscoll Seek The Corner Office

Maura Healey and Kim Driscoll with lead the Democratic ticket for the 2022 midterms.

Healey, candidate for governor, is finishing her second term as attorney general and now looks to become the first woman elected as Governor of the Commonwealth.

Joining her on the ballot for the office of Lt. Governor is Kim Driscoll, who is presently the Mayor of Salem; an office she has held since 2006.

This is an election of historical significance.  To volunteer visit the Healey website:

See the entire slate of contested state-wide offices at: