Election Day: Who's On The Ballot in Wayland?

Here's a list of the candidates you will see on the ballot. Check the attached PDFs to see sample ballots.

Here is a list of the candidates on the Wayland ballots for the Nov. 6 election. For additional information about the races, check out the Wayland Patch Election Guide 2012.

Candidates are listed in the order in which they will appear on the ballot. Among Wayland's four voting precincts, the candidates are identical with the exception of the race for Representative in General Court.

Precincts 1, 2 and 3 will have Tom Conroy (D) on the ballot, while Precinct 4 will be voting on Alice Peisch (D). The two races are noted in the information below and both sample ballots are attached to this article as PDFs.

President and vice president:

Candidates Party Johnson, Gray Libertarian Obama, Biden Democratic Romney, Ryan Republican Stein, Honkala Green-Rainbow

Senator in Congress:

Candidates Party Scott P. Brown Republican Elizabeth A. Warren Democratic

Representative in Congress:

Candidates Party Edward J. Markey
Democratic Tom Tierney


Candidates Party Robert L. Jubinville
Democratic Earl H. Sholley Republican

Senator in General Court:

Candidate Party Richard J. Ross

Representative in General Court (Precincts 1, 2 and 3 Only):

Candidate Party Thomas P. Conroy

Representative in General Court (Precinct 4 Only):

Candidate Party Alice Hanlon Peisch

Clerk of Courts:

Candidate Party Michael A. Sullivan Democratic

Register of Deeds:

Candidate Party Maria C. Curtatone Democratic


Candidates Party Peter J. Koutoujian Democratic Ernesto M. Petrone Unenrolled
John Toto November 05, 2012 at 04:33 PM
If bipartisanship is important to you and getting Democrats and Republicans working together then Senator Scott Brown is your guy! Whether the Senate is GOP or Democrat we need someone who HAS and WILL CONTINUE to work with both sides.
Der Einzige November 06, 2012 at 01:56 PM
Look at him get all that money from financial industry parasites. He's for us! Look at him raise funds from ultraconservatives out of state, talking about getting republican control of the senate to pass the trickle-down agenda. I really do not like political advocacy on a sample ballot story, but I will not stand by and let it go uncountered.


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