2019 Election Results


There were 163 ballots cast in today’s election, approximately 19 percent of the town’s 875 registered voters.

Selectmen: Successful candidate Thomas Ackley, 120; incumbent William Levakis, 41
Town Clerk: Successful candidate Doris Jemiolo, 86; Staci Iglesias, 70
Water Commissioner: Incumbent Brian Champiney, 111; contender William Levakis, 47

Question: Shall the town vote to have its elected town clerk become an appointed Town Clerk of the town?
Yes: 59
No: 94

Uncontested slots successful:
Stephen Jemiolo, Assessor
Jennifer Girard, Board of Health
Bret Hartley, Board of Health
Charles Benson, Library Trustee
June Massee, Municipal Light Board

Absentee Ballots Now Available for May Election

Absentee ballots are now available for the Annual Town Election on May 11, 2019.

If you need an absentee ballot, complete the application and return it to the Town Clerk at the Blandford Town Hall, 1 Russell Stage Road, Blandford, MA 01008. Please allow appropriate time for mail delivery if you use the USPS.

Absentee ballot applications are also in the lobby of the town offices and may be completed and left in the Town Clerk mailbox.

Download the Absentee Ballot Application.

Download the Absentee Ballot Application for a family member.

Rabies Shots for Dogs & Cats / Dog Licenses

Resident dog and cat owners can have their pets inoculated against rabies for $12 on Saturday, March 30 from noon to 1 p.m. at the Blandford Town Offices at 1 Russell Stage Road.

Veterinarian Dr. Hazel Holman of the Blandford Animal Hospital will administer the shots. Pet owners should bring records of previous rabies inoculations.

Dog licenses will be available at the rabies clinic. Tags for intact animals are $10 and spayed or neutered dog tags are $5.

All Blandford dogs must have new tags by May 1.