Town Elections 2022
Don’t Forget to Register your Pup!
DOG LICENSE REGISTRATION
Dog Registration is Due by Monday, February 28, 2022 – Every Dog age 3 months old or over must be licensed per MGL Chapter 140 Sec. 137. Late fees will be assessed for non registration. Please click here for Renewal Application Form
Town Elections 2022
Saturday, April 30, 2022
Nomination papers for candidates running for Town Offices and Committee Members will be available in the Town Clerk’s Office January 20, 2022. Office hours are Monday -Thursday 8 am – 4pm & Friday 8-12:30 pm.
The Town Election will be held on Saturday, April 30, 2022
The Election polling hours are: 7:00 A.M. until 8:00 P.M. in the Main Hall of the Nahant Town Hall.
All use of parking in the rear and side of Town Hall is encouraged with handicapped parking in each lot.
OFFICES FOR ELECTION 2022
Board of Selectmen – One (1) seat for a term of three (3) years – Joshua A. Antrim – incumbent
Moderator – One (1) seat for a term of one (1) year – David G. Conlin– incumbent
Town Clerk –One (1) seat for a term of one (1) year – Diane Savage Dunfee – incumbent
Assessor – One (1) seat for a term of three (3) years – David P. Hunt – incumbent
One (1) seat to fill an unexpired term of two (2) years – Cameron S. Merrill
Constable – One (1) seat for a term of one (1) year – Robert T. Scanlan Jr. – incumbent
Public Library Trustee – One (1) seat for a term of three (3) years – Daniel P. Munnelly – incumbent
School Committee – One (1) seat for a term of three (3) years – Beth E. Anderson
One (1) seat to fill an unexpired term of one (1) year – Liana Bryanos Deloid
Planning Board – Two (2) seats for a term of five (5) years – Stephen D. Viviano – incumbent
John Felix Stabile
Last day to obtain Nomination Papers Wednesday, March 9, 2022
Nomination papers must be submitted to the Town Clerks office by 5 pm Friday March 11, 2022
Last day to object or withdrawmust be submitted to the
Town Clerk’s Office by 5 pm Tuesday, March 29, 2022
Campaign Finance Report Due Town Clerk’s Office by 5 pm Friday April 22, 2022
Last day to register to vote for Town Election by 8 pm Friday, April 8, 2022
30 Day Campaign Finance Report Due Town Clerk’s Office by 5 pm Tuesday May 31, 2022
For more information on nomination papers, please email the Town Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Annual Street List (census) form has been mailed to every household in town. Please take the time to respond as soon as possible so that we can keep your voter information up to date, and our population information accurate! If you did not receive a form, please give us a call! 781-581-0018
Duties of the Town Clerk
The Town Clerk is the Chief Election Official. The Clerk supervises voter registration, oversees polling places, election officers, and the general conduct of all elections. The Clerk directs the preparation of ballots, polling places, voting equipment, voting lists, administers campaign finance laws, certifies nomination papers and initiative petitions, and serves on the Board of Registrars. The Clerk’s office conducts the annual town census and prepares the street list of residents.
The Town Clerk is the keeper of the town seal. The Town Clerk attests by signature and seal to bonds, contracts, bylaws, resolutions and any other documents requiring town certification. The Clerk provides certified copies of vital records and conducts genealogical research for members of the public, and is responsible for maintenance, disposition, and preservation of municipal archival records and materials. The Town Clerk administers the oath of office to all town officials, elected and appointed.
The Town Clerk certifies the residency of veterans’ who qualify for state bonuses, receives board and committee meeting postings, administers and records oaths of office to town officials; submits zoning by-law and town by-law changes to the Attorney General, and sends the Jury List to the Secretary of State. The Town Clerk is also responsible for overseeing the State mandated compliance of all employees, and board and committee members, to be sure they follow through annually with any required Conflict of Interest / State Ethics Laws documentation.
In addition, the Town Clerk issues marriage licenses, dog tag licenses, storage of flammables, business certificates, and raffle permits, and serves as the Chief Public Records Access Officer.
Attention Dog Owners
Any resident seasonal or full time who owns a dog must license that dog or dogs on a yearly basis, please contact the Town Clerk or fill out the application that is attached to the 2022 Street List/Census.
A Reminder… Please license your dog or dogs if you have not already done so. If you need more information, please contact the Town Clerk.