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Upcoming Town Elections
For residents interested in becoming a Town Meeting member, the League of Women Voters of Wellesley will be holding a information session on Wednesday, January 11, at 7pm in Room 216 of the Warren Recreation Building on how to run for town office. Kathy Nagle, Town Clerk, and Peg Metzger, Town Meeting Moderator for nearly a decade, will provide a brief overview of how Wellesley Town government works, as well as detailed information how to become a candidate. Completed papers for town-wide office are due Friday, January 13, and for TMM on Friday, January 27. A "Meet the Candidates" night is scheduled for Thursday, March 2, at 7pm in the Wellesley Free Library.
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