Pittsfield's Preliminary and City Elections 2019
It's early August in Pittsfield and a full slate of candidates have stepped forward for a number of municipal board seats, as well as the office of mayor.
Voters will be choosing from among four candidates for mayor; eight candidates for four at-large councilor seats; seven candidates for six School Committee seats; and 15 candidates for ward-specific councilor seats.
A preliminary election will be held Sept. 17, and a city election will be held Nov. 5; polls are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day.
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