Milton Prepares for Presidential Primary
Milton voters will head to the polls for Super Tuesday.
The Presidential Primary is Tuesday, March 6. Voters in Milton will join voters from 10 states across the country, which will hit the polls for Super Tuesday. The polls in Milton will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday.
Voters will move one hopeful closer to the Republican nomination for President.
Interim Town Clerk Fred Frithsen predicted a 20 to 25 percent turnout for the Presidential Primary here in Milton.
There will be some changes to voting precincts and polling locations in Milton this year due to the 2010 census. Though the town has grown slightly in population, the number of precincts has been reduced from 11 to 10.
The former Precinct 10 has been redistricted into the adjacent Precincts 3 and 8. The new plan will also move the polling location of Precinct 2 from St. Mary of the Hills School to the Council on Aging and Precinct 3 from the Glover School to Cunningham Hall.
Milton Senior Administrative Clerk Rena McDermott said the Clerk’s Office has spread the word about the changes to all voters.
“We sent out notices to all the people affected,” said McDermott. McDermott added that notices have been made via local media outlets and the Board of Selectmen.
Signs will also be posted at polling locations on Tuesday, to inform voters about the polling places and precinct changes.
Below are the polling locations for each of the 10 precincts in Milton.
Precinct 1: Tucker School, 181 Blue Hills Parkway
Precinct 2: Milton Senior Center, 10 Walnut Street
Precinct 3: Cunningham Hall, 75 Edge Hill Road
Precinct 4: Milton Senior Center, 10 Walnut Street
Precinct 5: Copeland Field House-Milton High School, 25 Gile Road
Precinct 6: Cunningham School 44 Edge Hill Road
Precinct 7: Cunningham Hall, 75 Edge Hill Road
Precinct 8: Cunningham School 44 Edge Hill Road
Precinct 9: Copeland Field House- Milton High School, 25 Gile Road
Precinct 10: Tucker School, 181 Blue Hills Parkway