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Welcome to the City Elections and Voting Webpage

OFFICIAL RESULTS FROM THE PRELIMINARY ELECTION - SEPTEMBER 14, 2021

The Election's Office is responsible for Voter Registration, Proof of Residence, Annual City Census, Nomination Papers and Preparations for all Elections.

Please select an item from the left hand menu to view information and download links to available files and forms. You may also contact us by mail, phone, fax, or email with your questions or if you require any additional information.

List Our Office Information
  Contact
Phone
Fax
Email
Janet Rowe - City Clerk and Elections Chief
(781) 598-4000
(781) 477-7032
jrowe@lynnma.gov
  Contact
Phone
Fax
Email
Karen L. Richard - Administrative Assistant
(781) 586-6805
(781) 477-7032
krichard@lynnma.gov
Contact
Phone
Fax
Email
Sarah M. Bullock - Election Coordinator
(781) 586-6803
(781) 477-7032
sbullock@lynnma.gov
Our Office Room 203 - Lynn City Hall

Monday
Wednesday
Thursday

8:30 AM to 4 PM

Tuesday 8:30 AM to 8 PM
Friday 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM

City of Lynn Election 2021 Ballots and Calendar

Sample Ballots For The September 14, 2021 Preliminary Election
SAMPLE - September 14, 2021 - WARD 1  
SAMPLE - September 14, 2021 - WARD 2  
SAMPLE - September 14, 2021 - WARD 3  
SAMPLE - September 14, 2021 - WARD 4  
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Election Calendar 2021

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2021: PRELIMINARY ELECTION - 7 AM until 8 PM

Monday, September 20th - 5 PM: Last day and hour to file for Recount
Tuesday, September 28th - 10 AM: Drawing for ballot positions Room 203, City Hall
Wednesday, October 13th - 8 PM: Last day to register to vote for Final Election

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd : ELECTION - 7 AM until 8 PM

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12th - 5 PM: Last day and hour to file for Recount

New Item Acrobat Documents For Download (PDF)
  Download the 2021 Election Calendar Here


Welcome To Our Frequently Asked Questions Page

We are featuring questions and answers to help inform voters of the election process. If you have a question you would like us to answer, or if you would like more information on a specific topic, we are happy to help. 

Please call our office at (781) 586-6805 and/or email me here.
Janet Rowe
City Clerk/Chief of Elections  


HOW CAN I REGISTER TO VOTE?
Voter registrations can be found on line at our website or in our office in City Hall, Room 203.  We will mail you a confirmation with your polling location information.  You can also register at the RMV and on the State Election website.

HOW DO I KNOW IF I AM REGISTERED TO VOTE?
You can call our office at (781) 586-6805, email us at krichard@lynnma.gov, visit our City of Lynn website and go to Chief of Elections drop down menu to register vote or you can visit the Secretary of State website and enter your info to see if you are registered, where you vote and it will list your political party. It will also show your voting status (active or inactive). 

WHEN IS THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE FOR THE NOV. 2, 2021 ELECTION?
The last day and hour to register to vote for the November 2, 2021 Election is October 13, 2021 at 8:00 pm in the Election office room 203, Lynn City Hall. 

Please see our website to download and application or go to the Secretary of State Website and register on line (if you have a Massachusetts driving license)

WHAT ARE MY VOTING OPTIONS?

  1. Polling locations:  All registered voters in the City of Lynn can vote on voting day from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM at their specific polling location.  A list of polling locations is available on this website under “where do I vote”.

  2. Vote by Mail:  Chapter 29, Acts 2021-The State of Massachusetts has approved “vote by mail ballots” in 2021 (no reason required).  You may request a vote by mail ballot by filling out the application (on this website) and send it to the Election office by mail, email or in person. This application must have a “real signature” (no font signature).   The last day to request that a “mail in ballot” be sent to you is 4 business days before the election (the Wednesday before the election if on a Tuesday).  As soon as the ballots are available, we will mail them out.  Whether you choose to mail it back, drop it in our Vote Box outside City Hall or deliver in hand, all ballots must be received in this office by 8:00 PM on Election Day.  Any ballots received after this deadline will not be accepted.  Even if they are postmarked prior to the deadline, they do not count.  The ballot must be physically here in our office by 8pm on voting day. 

  3. Vote by Absentee Ballot by Mail: Chapter 29, Acts 2021- Voters may request that an “absentee ballot” be mailed to them if they are not able to get to the polls on Election Day for qualifying reasons, (per the State, fear of Covid is considered a physical disability).  You may request an absentee ballot be mailed to you by filling out the application (on our website) send it to the Election office by mail, email or in person.   This application must have a “real signature” (no font signature).The last day to request an absentee ballot to be sent to you by mail is four (4) business days before the election (the Wednesday before the election if on a Tuesday).  As soon as the ballots are available, we will mail them out.  Whether you choose to mail it back, drop it in our vote box outside City Hall or deliver in hand, all ballots must be received in this office by 8:00 PM on Election Day.  Any ballots received after this deadline will not be accepted.  Even if they are postmarked prior to the deadline, they do not count.  The ballot must be physically here in our office by 8pm on voting day. 

  4. Vote by Absentee Ballot in Person:  Voters may come into the Election office, if they are not able to get to the polls on Election Day for qualifying reasons, Per the State “ if a voter wants to vote absentee in person, if they qualify (fear of Covid is considered a physical disability), this must be arranged at the convenience of the local election official and they don’t have to allow walk in voting”.   The deadline for this option is the day before the election at 12:00 PM.   

  5. Early In Person Voting:  For the Presidential and State Elections, early voting was offered in the foyer of City Hall.  Voters came in during hours specified by the Election Office.  Weekend hours were available during the Presidential Election.  This option was mandated by the State and we were reimbursed by the State for election poll workers and police details.  The State does not mandate local municipal elections so the cost of this option would have to be encumbered by the City.  The “early in person voting” at City Hall would also have to be approved by the City Council Public Property Committee and again by the City Council to use this location as a polling place.  This option was very costly particularly since we had to hire additional workers during the Pandemic in order to comply with regulations by the Public Health Director. 

WHY WOULD I NEED AN ID AT THE POLLS?
An ID is required from:

  1. “Inactive Voter”:  When a voter does not answer the annual street listing (mailed each year), and/or their letter is returned to us as undeliverable from the Post Office,  the Election Department deems that voter “inactive” since we are not sure if the voter has moved or is deceased.  The inactive status is there to protect the voter.  When the voter comes to vote, the poll worker will call the election office to verify that they are inactive at that address.  The voter will be asked to fill out an “Affirmation of Continuous Residence” in Lynn.  They will then have to show an ID (either license, bank statement, utility bill, lease, anything with their name and address on it). This procedure is done is to protect the voter to ensure no one else is trying to vote in their name.    If they live at a new address in Lynn, that new address will be changed after the election and a confirmation will be sent to the voter informing them of their new polling location.

  2. “Voting for first time:  If we receive your voter registration by mail, we will send you a confirmation letting you know your polling location.  The confirmation may indicate you are required to show an ID at the polls.  (either license, bank statement, utility bill, lease, anything with their name and address on it).  This is a one-time requirement.  You may also call us at 781-586-6805 if you have any question on voting for the first time. 

HOW DO I RETURN MY “MAIL IN” OR “ABSENTEE BALLOT”?
Please follow the instructions in your ballot packet.  Make sure you print your name and address (unless a label is attached with that information) and make sure your SIGNATURE is on the ballot envelope.  We cannot accept ballots if they are not signed.  You can then mail the ballot through the U.S. Postal Service (please make sure postage is sufficient and allow 7 days for mailing), drop it in our 24 hour Vote Mail Box located at the City Hall rear door on Johnson Street side, or hand deliver it to our office. 

All ballots received by 8pm on voting day will be accepted.  Any ballots received after the deadline will be time stamped upon receipt and they will not be counted. 

The State Election office encourages voters to mail their ballot back early, as it can take up to seven days for mail delivery.  “The postmark is not relevant; what’s relevant is when the ballots arrive”, which must be by 8pm on Election Day. We recommend you use our 24 hour Vote Mail Box located outside City Hall as we retrieve ballots at least 3 times per day.  You can also hand deliver it to our office during regular business hours.  This box is emptied and locked at 8pm on Election Day. 

HOW DO I KNOW IF MY BALLOT WAS RECEIVED BY THE ELECTION OFFICE?
You can track your ballot online by clicking here and visiting the State's website.:  
This page will tell you the date we mailed your ballot to you, the day we received it back and the status (pending or accepted).  You can also call our office 781-586-6805 (in case the website has not been updated) and we will let you know if we received the ballot.  It is always a good idea to check on your ballot as they can get lost or delayed in the mail.  We are happy to help you over the phone, so please call to verify. 

WHAT IS AN AUXILIARY BALLOT?
Auxiliary Ballot:  A Ballot that was rejected by the machine for any number of reasons:  A pencil was used or the circle was not completely colored in, check marked, dash, or line used to mark ballot incorrectly, ballot torn or mutilated in any way.  These ballots must be counted by hand by Election Department.

WHAT IS A PROVISIONAL BALLOT?
Provisional Ballot:  A voter can vote “provisionally, when they come to the polls to vote and they are not listed at the address, they are marked off as already voted by another method, e.g. early voting, mail in voting, absentee voting or for any other reason.  These ballots must be validated by the Election office before they are counted. 

Informational Documents For Download | PDF
  VOTING
  Our Voting "FAQ" Document
   
  RUNNING FOR OFFICE
  How Do I Run For City Offices
   
     

Federal Census Maps By Ward - 2012

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FEDERAL CENSUS MAPS - By Ward/Precinct

  2012  
  Ward 1  
  Ward 2  
  Ward 3  
  Ward 4  
  Ward 5  
  Ward 6  
  Ward 7  

Vote By Mail - 2021

Download the 2021 City of Lynn "Vote By Mail" Application below. This application is in both English and Spanish.

Acrobat Documents For Download | PDF
  Vote By Mail Application For The City of Lynn
     

Voting Information
Who Can Vote, Voter Registration Information and State Voting Resources

Who can register to vote? Only a person who is:
• A US citizen
• A resident of Massachusetts, residing in Lynn
• 18 years old on or before election day (must still meet registration deadlines set forth below). Please note: that all requirements above must be met in order to register.

How to I register to vote online? In order to register to vote online, you must have a signature on file with the Registry of Motor Vehicles.

If you currently have a Massachusetts driver's license or state ID card, you may use the online voter registration application to register, update your address, or change your party affiliation.

Voter registration forms submitted online must be submitted by midnight on the date of the voter registration deadline. Visit our Online Voting tab on this page.

How to I register to vote in person? If you would like to register in-person, you may do so at the Lynn Election Office Room 203, Lynn City Hall, as well as at the Elections Division of the Secretary of the Commonwealth's office.

If registering in person, you must register before the voter registration deadline. The City Clerk’s Office holds a voter registration event on the deadline (the Wednesday 20 days before every election) from 8:30 AM to 8 PM in order to facilitate voter registration. These voter registration events are held in the Election Office Room 203

How do I register to vote by mail? If you prefer to register by mail, please obtain and complete a mail-in registration form. To obtain a mail-in registration form please call our Election office at 781-586-6803 or you can download the National Voter Registration form.

Mail the completed form to:
City Clerk Elections Office
3 City Hall Square - Room 203
Lynn, MA 01901

You should receive a confirmation notice in 2 to 3 weeks. If you do not receive a confirmation notice, or wish to confirm your voter registration status, please contact the Election Office at (781) 586-6803 to verify your voting status.

When registering by mail, your voter registration form must be postmarked by the voter registration deadline for you to be eligible.

Acrobat Documents For Download | PDF
  Absentee Ballot Application Peticion de Voto en Ausencia
     
Website Resources
  State Voting Information Portal
  Where Do I Vote?

Local Election Information and Resources - Updated November 2, 2020

List of Lynn Polling Places - Updated November 2, 2020
Ward Precinct(s) Polling Place Name Address | Map Link
Ward 1 1 Shoemaker School 26 Regina Road
Ward 1 2 - 3 - 4 Sisson School 56 Conomo Avenue

Ward 2 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 St. Pius Lower Church Hall 215 Maple Street

Ward 3 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Marshall Middle School 100 Brookline Street

Ward 4 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Harrington School 21 Dexter Street

Ward 5 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Lynn Voc. Tech Annex 90 Commercial Street

Ward 6 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Lynn Voc. Tech Fieldhouse 80 Neptune Boulevard

Ward 7 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Breed Junior High School 90 O’Callaghan Way

Lynn Census Information

Massachusetts Online Voter Registration

Welcome to the Online Voter Registration System. To submit an online application, you must have a valid driver's license, learner's permit, or non-driver ID issued by the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV). You must also have a signature on file with the RMV.

If you don't have an RMV ID, you can still use the online system to create an application. PRINT and sign the completed form, and then mail or bring it to your local election official.

Use this online system to:

  • Apply to register to vote in Massachusetts
  • Change your name or address for voter registration purposes
  • Enroll in a political party, change your party enrollment, or unenroll from a party

To check your current voter registration status in Massachusetts, click here
If you have questions, contact the Elections Division.

To begin select one of the following:

I DO NOT HAVE AN RMV ID I HAVE AN RMV ID

Election Results Archive - Updated September 2021

OFFICIAL RESULTS PRELIMINARY ELECTION - SEPTEMBER 14, 2021
Official City_Lynn_Election_Results_Nov_03_2020
PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS - September 1, 2020
PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION OFFICIAL RESULTS - MARCH 03, 2020
PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION WARRANT - MARCH 03, 2020
OFFICIAL RESULTS FOR NOVEMBER 05, 2019 ELECTION
Election Results - November 6, 2018
Primary Election Results September 4, 2018 (Unofficial)
Special Election Results - March 06, 2017
Special Election Primary For March 06, 2018
Election Results - November 7, 2017
Primary Election Results - September 12, 2017
Special Election Results From March 21, 2017
Official State Election Results - November 8, 2016
Initial State Election Results - November 8, 2016
Primary Election Results - September 8, 2016
State Election Results - May 10, 2016
Primary Election Results - April 12, 2016
Primary Election Results - March 01, 2016
Municipal Election Results - November 3, 2015
State Election Results - November 4, 2014
State Primary Election Results - September 9, 2014
Municipal Election Results - November 5, 2013
Municipal Primary Election Results - September 17, 2013
State Election Results - June 25, 2013
Special Senatorial Election Results - May 1, 2013
State Election Results - November 6, 2012
State Primary Election Results - September 6, 2012
Municipal Primary Election Results - March 6, 2012
Municipal Primary Election Results - November 8, 2011
Municipal Primary Election Results - September 20, 2011
Final Results For Lynn - November 2, 2010
Primary State Results - September 14, 2010
Special Senatorial Election Results - January 19, 2010
Special Senatorial Primary Results - December 8, 2009
Municipal Election Results - November 3, 2009

Municipal Primary Election Results - September 15, 2009

City of Lynn's 2008 Election Results

Election Officer Application

Please Download/Print/Type and complete all information clearly and send back to:
By Mail: Lynn Election Department, City Hall, Room 203, Lynn, MA 01901
By Fax: (781) 477-7032 or E-mail as attachment: krichard@lynnma.gov

New Item Acrobat Documents For Download (PDF)
  Download the Election Officer Application Here

Campaign Finance Report Archive | 2020 - 2010


PDF 2021 Campaign Finance Reports (OCPF Links and PDF)
  Year End Reports  
  Candidate | * Incumbent Position 8th Day
Report
Year End
Report
* Brian Castellanos School Committee PDF  
* Donna M. Coppola School Committee PDF  
  Eric Dugan School Committee PDF  
* Lorraine M. Gately School Committee PDF  
  Sandra Lopez School Committee PDF  
  Tiffany Magnolia School Committee PDF  
  Lenny (Lennin) Pena School Committee PDF  
  Daniel M. Richard School Committee PDF  
  PoSan Ung School Committee PDF  
PDF 2020 Campaign Finance Reports (OCPF Links and PDF)
  Year End Reports  
  Candidate | * Incumbent Position 8th Day
Report
Year End
Report
* Brian Castellanos School Committee   PDF
* Donna M. Coppola School Committee   PDF
* John E. Ford Jr. School Committee   PDF
* Lorraine M. Gately School Committee   PDF
* Jared C. Nicholson School Committee   PDF
* Michael A. Satterwhite School Committee   PDF
  Sandra Lopez School Committee   PDF
  Tiffany Magnolia School Committee   PDF
PDF 2019 Campaign Finance Reports (OCPF Links and PDF)
  8th Day Preceding Election  
  Candidate | * Incumbent Position 8th Day
Report
Year End
Report
* Brian Castellanos School Committee PDF PDF
* Donna M. Coppola School Committee PDF PDF
* John E. Ford Jr. School Committee PDF PDF
* Lorraine M. Gately School Committee PDF PDF
* Jared C. Nicholson School Committee PDF PDF
* Michael A. Satterwhite School Committee PDF PDF
  Sandra Lopez School Committee PDF  
  Tiffany Magnolia School Committee PDF  

PDF 2019 Campaign Finance Reports (OCPF Links and PDF)
  8th Day Preceding Preliminary  
  Candidate | * Incumbent Position 8th Day
Report
 
* Brian Castellanos School Committee PDF  
* Donna M. Coppola School Committee PDF  
* John E. Ford Jr. School Committee PDF  
* Lorraine M. Gately School Committee PDF  
* Jared C. Nicholson School Committee PDF  
* Michael A. Satterwhite School Committee PDF  
  Sandra Lopez School Committee PDF  
  Tiffany Magnolia School Committee PDF  
PDF 2018 Campaign Finance Reports (OCPF Links and PDF)
  Year End Report  
  Candidate | * Incumbent Position Year End
Report
 
* Brian Castellanos School Committee PDF  
* Donna M. Coppola School Committee PDF  
* John E. Ford Jr. School Committee PDF  
* Lorraine M. Gately School Committee PDF  
* Jared C. Nicholson School Committee PDF  
* Michael A. Satterwhite School Committee PDF  
PDF 2017 Campaign Finance Reports (OCPF Links and PDF)
  8th Day Preceding Preliminary  
  Candidate | * Incumbent Position 8th Day
Report
 
  Brian Castellanos | Sept. School Committee PDF  
  Casey Cherish | Sept. School Committee PDF  
* Donna M. Coppola | Sept. School Committee PDF  
* John E. Ford Jr. | Sept. School Committee PDF  
* Lorraine M. Gately | Sept. School Committee PDF  
  Elizabeth Gervacio | Sept. School Committee PDF  
  Natasha Maddrey | Sept. School Committee PDF  
  Jessica Murphy | Sept. School Committee PDF  
* Jared C. Nicholson | Sept. School Committee PDF  
  Michael A. Satterwhite | Sept. School Committee PDF  
  8th Day Preceding Election and Year End Reports 8th Day
Report
Year End
Report
  Brian Castellanos | Oct. School Committee PDF PDF
* Donna M. Coppola | Oct. School Committee PDF PDF
* John E. Ford Jr. | Oct. School Committee PDF PDF
* Lorraine M. Gately | Oct. School Committee PDF PDF
  Elizabeth Gervacio | Oct. School Committee PDF  
  Natasha Maddrey | Oct. School Committee PDF  
* Jared C. Nicholson | Oct. School Committee PDF PDF
  Michael A. Satterwhite | Oct. School Committee PDF PDF

PDF 2017 Campaign Finance Reports (OCPF Links and PDF)
  Ballot Questions Position  
  School Committee  

 

Year End
Report
  Two Schools For Lynn Ballot Question Final Report PDF
  Two Schools For Lynn Ballot Question   PDF
  Two Schools For Lynn Ballot Question   PDF
  Two Schools For Lynn Ballot Question   PDF
  Two Schools For Lynn Ballot Question   PDF
  Protect Our Reservoir Ballot Question   PDF
  Protect Our Reservoir Ballot Question   PDF
PDF 2016 Campaign Finance Reports (OCPF Links and PDF)
  Candidate | * Incumbent Position  
  School Committee  

 

Year
End
Report
  Patricia M. Capano School Committee   PDF
  Maria O. Carrasco School Committee   PDF
  Donna M. Coppola School Committee   PDF
  John E. Ford Jr. School Committee   PDF
  Lorraine M. Gately School Committee   PDF
  Natasha Megie-Maddrey School Committee   PDF
  Jared C. Nicholson School Committee   PDF
PDF 2015 Campaign Finance Reports (OCPF Links and PDF)
  Candidate | * Incumbent Position  
  For Ward and Councilor At Large Reports Please CLICK HERE
  Councilor At Large      
* G. Buzzy Barton Councilor At Large    
* Daniel Cahill Councilor At Large    
  John Timothy Phelan Councilor At Large    
* Hong L. Net Councilor At Large    
  Brian P. LaPierre Councilor At Large    
  Richard B. Starbard Councilor At Large    
  For Ward and Councilor At Large Reports Please CLICK HERE
  Ward Councilor      
* Wayne A. Lozzi Councilor Ward 1    
* William Trahant Jr. Councilor Ward 2    
* Darren P. Cyr Councilor Ward 3    
* Richard Colucci Councilor Ward 4    
  Ariana Murrell-Rosario  Councilor Ward 4    
* Dianna Chakoutis Councilor Ward 5    
  Marven-Rhode Hyppolite Councilor Ward 5    
* Peter L. Capano Councilor Ward 6    
  Brian M. Field Councilor Ward 7    
  John Jay Walsh, Jr. Councilor Ward 7    
       
  School Committee  

8 Days
Preceding
Election

Year
End
Report
* Patricia M. Capano School Committee PDF PDF
* Maria O. Carrasco School Committee PDF PDF
* Donna M. Coppola School Committee PDF PDF
  Dolores DiFillipo School Committee PDF PDF
* John E. Ford Jr. School Committee PDF PDF
  Lorraine M. Gately School Committee PDF PDF
  Natasha Meggie-Maddrey School Committee PDF PDF
  June N. Natola School Committee PDF PDF
  Jared C. Nicholson School Committee PDF PDF
  Michael Ouk School Committee PDF PDF
PDF 2014 Year End Campaign Finance Reports (PDF)
  Candidate | * Incumbent Position Download Report
      Year End Report
  John Timothy Phelan Candidate For Mayor PDF  
         
  James Cowdell Exec. Dir. EDIC PDF  
         
* G. Buzzy Barton Councilor At Large PDF  
* Daniel Cahill Councilor At Large PDF  
  Paul T. Crowley Councilor At Large PDF  
* Hong L. Net Councilor At Large PDF  
  Brian P. LaPierre Councilor At Large PDF  
  Robert Clay Walsh Councilor At Large PDF  
       
* Wayne A. Lozzi Councilor Ward 1 PDF  
  Debra A. Plunkett Councilor Ward 1 PDF  
* William Trahant Jr. Councilor Ward 2 PDF  
* Darren P. Cyr Councilor Ward 3 PDF  
* Richard Colucci Councilor Ward 4 PDF  
  Ariana Murrell-Rosario  Councilor Ward 4 PDF  
* Dianna Chakoutis Councilor Ward 5 PDF  
* Peter Capano Councilor Ward 6 PDF  
* Richard J. Ford Councilor Ward 7 PDF  
       
* Patricia M. Capano School Committee PDF
* Maria O. Carrasco School Committee PDF  
* Donna M. Coppola School Committee PDF  
* John E. Ford Jr. School Committee PDF  
* Charlie Gallo School Committee PDF  
  Lorraine Gately School Committee PDF  
  Melissa L. Romaniello School Committee PDF  
* Richard Starbard School Committee PDF  
         
  Calvin Anderson Committee PDF  
PDF 2013 Year End Campaign Finance Reports (PDF)
  Candidate | * Incumbent Position Download Report
      Year End Report
* Judith Flanagan Kennedy Mayor, City of Lynn PDF  
  John Timothy Phelan Candidate For Mayor PDF  
       
  James Cowdell Exec. Dir. EDIC PDF  
         
* G. Buzzy Barton Councilor At Large PDF  
* Daniel Cahill Councilor At Large PDF  
* Brendan Crighton Councilor At Large PDF  
  Paul T. Crowley Councilor At Large PDF  
  Miguel Funez Councilor At Large PDF  
* Hong L. Net Councilor At Large PDF  
  Aikaterini Panagiotakis Koudanis Councilor At Large PDF
  Robert Clay Walsh Councilor At Large PDF  
       
* Wayne A. Lozzi Councilor Ward 1 PDF  
  Debra A. Plunkett Councilor Ward 1 PDF  
  Jesse C. Jaeger Councilor Ward 2 PDF  
* William Trahant Jr. Councilor Ward 2 Has Not Filed
* Darren P. Cyr Councilor Ward 3 PDF  
  M. Ronald Mendes Councilor Ward 3 PDF
* Richard Colucci Councilor Ward 4 PDF  
  Ariana Murrell-Rosario  Councilor Ward 4 PDF  
  Seth E. Albaum Councilor Ward 5 PDF
* Dianna Chakoutis Councilor Ward 5 PDF  
  Jake Keo Councilor Ward 5 PDF
* Peter Capano Councilor Ward 6 PDF  
* Richard J. Ford Councilor Ward 7 PDF  
       
* Patricia M. Capano School Committee PDF
* Maria O. Carrasco School Committee PDF  
* Donna M. Coppola School Committee PDF  
* John E. Ford Jr. School Committee PDF  
* Charlie Gallo School Committee PDF  
  Lorraine Gately School Committee PDF  
  Melissa L. Romaniello School Committee PDF  
* Richard Starbard School Committee PDF  
         
  2013 Sept./Oct. Campaign Finance Reports (PDF)
  Candidate Position Download Report
      SEPT. OCT.
  Judith Flanagan Kennedy Mayor, City of Lynn PDF PDF
  John Timothy Phelan Candidate For Mayor PDF PDF
       
  G. Buzzy Barton Councilor At Large PDF PDF
  Daniel Cahill Councilor At Large PDF PDF
  Brendan Crighton Councilor At Large PDF PDF
  Paul T. Crowley Councilor At Large PDF PDF
  Miguel Funez Councilor At Large PDF PDF
  Hong L. Net Councilor At Large PDF PDF
  Aikaterini Panagiotakis Koudanis Councilor At Large PDF PDF
  Robert Clay Walsh Councilor At Large PDF PDF
       
  Wayne A. Lozzi Councilor Ward 1 PDF PDF
  Debra A. Plunkett Councilor Ward 1 PDF PDF
  Jesse C. Jaeger Councilor Ward 2 PDF PDF
  William Trahant Jr. Councilor Ward 2 PDF -
  Darren P. Cyr Councilor Ward 3 PDF PDF
  M. Ronald Mendes Councilor Ward 3 PDF PDF
  Richard Colucci Councilor Ward 4 PDF PDF
  Ariana Murrell-Rosario  Councilor Ward 4 PDF PDF
  Seth E. Albaum Councilor Ward 5 PDF -
  Dianna Chakoutis Councilor Ward 5 PDF PDF
  Jake Keo Councilor Ward 5 PDF PDF
  Peter Capano Councilor Ward 6 PDF PDF
  Richard J. Ford Councilor Ward 7 PDF PDF
       
  Patricia N. Capano School Committee PDF -
  Maria O. Carrasco School Committee PDF PDF
  Donna M. Coppola School Committee PDF PDF
  John E. Ford Jr. School Committee PDF PDF
  Charlie Gallo School Committee PDF PDF
  Lorraine Gately School Committee PDF PDF
  Melissa L. Romaniello School Committee PDF PDF
  Richard Starbard School Committee PDF PDF
  Stanley H. Wotring, Jr.   School Committee PDF PDF
PDF 2012 Campaign Finance Reports (PDF)
  Candidate Position Download Report
  Judith Flanagan Kennedy Mayor, City of Lynn PDF DOWNLOAD
       
  Timothy Phelan City Councilor At Large PDF DOWNLOAD
  Gordon Barton City Councilor At Large PDF DOWNLOAD
  Daniel Cahill City Councilor At Large PDF DOWNLOAD
  Hong Net City Councilor At Large PDF DOWNLOAD
       
  Wayne Lozzi City Councilor Ward 1 PDF DOWNLOAD
  William Trahant Jr. City Councilor Ward 2 PDF DOWNLOAD
  Darren Cyr City Councilor Ward 3 PDF DOWNLOAD
  Richard Colucci City Councilor Ward 4 PDF DOWNLOAD
  Brenden Crighton City Councilor Ward 5 PDF DOWNLOAD
  Peter Capano City Councilor Ward 6 PDF DOWNLOAD
  Richard Ford City Councilor Ward 7 PDF DOWNLOAD
       
  James Cowdell EDIC Executive Director PDF DOWNLOAD
       
  Patricia Capano School Committee DID NOT FILE
  Maria Carrasco School Committee PDF DOWNLOAD
  Donna Coppola School Committee PDF DOWNLOAD
  John Ford Jr. School Committee PDF DOWNLOAD
  Charlie Gallo School Committee PDF DOWNLOAD
  Richard Starbard School Committee PDF DOWNLOAD
       
  Calvin Anderson City Councilor At Large PDF DOWNLOAD
  Paul Crowley City Councilor At Large PDF DOWNLOAD
  Manuel Mendes City Councilor Ward 3 PDF DOWNLOAD
  Ceferino Rosa City Councilor Ward 4 PDF DOWNLOAD
  Bob Walsh City Councilor At Large PDF DOWNLOAD
  Clay Walsh City Councilor At Large PDF DOWNLOAD
New Item 2011 Campaign Finance Reports (PDF)
  Candidate Position Download Report
  Timothy Phelan City Councilor At Large PDF DOWNLOAD
  Gordon Barton City Councilor At Large PDF DOWNLOAD
  Daniel Cahill City Councilor At Large PDF DOWNLOAD
  Hong Net City Councilor At Large PDF DOWNLOAD
       
  Wayne Lozzi City Councilor Ward 1 PDF DOWNLOAD
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