Saturday, September 8, 2018

Statewide primary election: Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Why should I vote on September 12?
Your vote counts most during midterm elections, when voter turnout is low.
Where do I vote? 
There are four polling places in Charlestown. This link will show you where. 

How do I know which voting precinct I'm in?
There are four precincts: 501 through 504. Check the map to find yours.

I have not registered to vote yet. How do I do that? 
You may register to vote at Town Hall. Here is the voter-registration form.

I'm registered Independent (or unaffiliated). Can I vote in the primary?
Yes, on either the Democrat or Republican ticket.

Who is running and for what office? 
For this election, it's federal and state offices only; there is no local Charlestown election.

State Offices

Highlighted candidates are endorsed by the Charlestown Democratic Committee.

Democrats running for Governor:
Matthew A. Brown 
Spencer E. Dickinson
Gina M. Raimondo

Republicans running for Governor:
Giovanni Feroce
Allan W. Fung
Patricia L. Morgan

Democrats running for Lieutenant Governor:
Dan McKee
J. Aaron Regunberg  

Republicans running for Lieutenant Governor:
Democrats running for Secretary of State:
Nellie Gorbea 

Democrats running for Attorney General:
Peter Neronha 

Democrats running for General Treasurer: 
Seth Magaziner

Democrats running for State Senator, District 34 (Charlestown, Richmond, Exeter, Hopkinton, West Greenwich):
Jennifer Douglas

Federal Offices

Democrats running for United States Senate: 
Patricia Fontes
Sheldon Whitehouse

Republicans running for United States Senate:
Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente
Robert G. Flanders, Jr. 

Democrats running for United States House of Representatives: 
Jim Langevin  

For all voting information, visit the Secretary of State's website.