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Elections Commission


The Election Commission is responsible for managing and supervising elections, the annual census, and registering voters in the City of Medford, while ensuring compliance with the federal, state and local election laws, policies, and guidelines established by the Massachusetts General Laws and the City of Medford ordinances and municipal code.

General Information – The information listed below is for reference, if you have further questions, please call or email the Election Commission office - or call the office at 781-393-2490

Election Officers Wanted

Medford is always looking for new election officers to work our elections. Election Officers check-in voters, operate the ballot box, help tally the results, and keep democracy alive in Medford. These positions are paid. Consider joining the more than 100 residents currently serving as election officers. All Election workers are considered seasonal/part-time employees of the city and must fill out the appropriate paperwork.

If you are interested in applying, please email or call the office at 781-393-2490

City Hall: Room 102

Danielle M. Pietrantonio
Elections Manager


Joan Limone
Senior Election Clerk
Phone: (781)-393-2490

Phone: (781)-393-2491
Alternate Phone: (781)-393-2404

Monday: 8:30 - 4:30
Tuesday: 8:30 - 4:30
Wednesday: 8:30 - 7:30
Thursday: 8:30 - 4:30
Friday 8:30 - 12:30

Election Commission

Henry Milorin
Democrat, term expires: 3/30/2026, $1250 stipend

Mark Crowley
Republican, term expires: 3/30/2026, $1250 stipend

Erin DiBenedetto
Democrat, term expires: 3/30/2026, $1250 stipend

Email with any questions or concerns.