2016 Ward and Town Committees

Organization of Ward and Town Committees:

Ward and Town Committees elected at the 2016 Presidential Primary must meet to organize within ten days of the thirtieth day after the Presidential Primary. This means that the first organizational meeting of the newly-elected Ward and Town Committees must take place April 1, 2016 - April 11, 2016.

Filing Organizational Report:
Within ten days of the first organizational meeting, the secretary of the committee must file the Elected City, Ward and Town Political Committee Report (CPF 101 WTC report) with the Secretary of the Commonwealth, the city or town clerk, the secretary of the state committee of the party, and the Office of Campaign and Political Finance.

The required organizational report can be found on the website for the Office of Campaign and Political Finance: Political Party Organizational Reporting Form (pdf)

How to Run as a Slate for Ward/Town Committee as a Sticker for Write-in Candidates (PDF)

Ward and Town Committee Elections 2016 Pamphlet (PDF)

The following links contain tables of the number of Democratic and Republican committee members to be elected at the 2016 Presidential Primary. The tables reflect the maximum number of candidates to be elected to each committee.

Committee Members to be Elected in 2016 - Democratic

Committee Members to be Elected in 2016 - Republican