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This paper covers the ebb and flows of various political parties from the Town's incorporation through the mid 20th century.

A group at 56-62 Main Street in front of the Co-op encouraging people to vote for Eugene McCarthy for President.

A group on Main Street encouraging people to vote for Eugene McCarthy for President.

Mike Lynch, a newcomer to local politics, defeated Richard T. White for the office in 1977.

Bob Gilligan was elected to a three-year term, defeating Alfred Whitney, incumbent.

A collection of 39 reply letters responding to a request by Charles H. Persons, Maynard Town Clerk, requesting "for comparison a sample or specimen of the ballot used in every state in the Union in this National Election".
There were 45 states…

A book containing a photo and brief biography of the elected officials of Massachusetts including Federal Senators and Congressman, State Senators and Representatives, Governor, Governor's Council and other elected officers, with a list of Senate…


George ran for selectman in 1986 was elected. He attended one meeting of the Board of Selectman and then died of a heart attack.

Joe was a Maynard resident, son of Leo and Alice Mullin.

John Tobin was challenged by Russell Lattucca. John was reelected but did not finish out his term. He died in 1986.