Where to Vote: Pittsfield Preliminary Election
Voters is Pittsfield today will narrow down the field of candidates for the Officer of the Mayor, and City Councilor in Ward's 5 and 6, from four contestants to two. Each of the two candidate who come out on top today will move on to the general election on November 5.
In Ward 5, where Donna Todd Rivers is not seeing re-election, it's a three way race between long time former Ward 5 Councilor Jonathon Lothrop, Eugene Maselli and Patrick Kavey.
In Ward 6, where John Krol is not seeking re-election, there is a four way race between Craig Gaetani, Edward Carmel, Joe Nichols, and Dina Guiel Lampiasi.
The four candidates seeking the seat of Mayor are incumbent Mayor Linda Tyer, long time Councilor At-Large Melissa Mazzeo, local business owner Scott Graves and retired Pittsfield Police Officer Karen Kalinowsky.
WHERE TO VOTE:
- Wards 1A & 1B-Reid Middle School, 950 North Street
- Ward 2A-Morningside School, 100 Burbank Street
- Ward 2B-Somerset Fire Station, 9 Somerset Avenue
- Ward 3A-Providence Court, 379 East Street
- Ward 3B-Egremont School, 84 Egremont Avenue
- Ward 4A-Herberg Middle School, 501 Pomeroy Avenue
- Ward 4B-Williams School, 50 Bushey Road
- Wards 5A & 5B-Berkshire Athenaeum (Pittsfield Library), 1 Wendell Avenue
- Ward 6A-Columbia Arms Housing, 65 Columbus Avenue
- Ward 6B-Conte Community School, 200 West Union Street
- Ward 7A-Pecks Road Fire Station, 54 Pecks Road
- Ward 7B-Capeless Elementary School, 86 Brooks Avenue
Polling stations will be open for 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Not sure what ward you live in? The Ward Map can help you find your designation.
Any last minute questions? The Voter Registrars Office at City Hall will be open throughout voting hours and can be reached at (413) 499-9460.