Every 10 years, the legislature and local governments must redraw boundaries that take into consideration population, communities of interest and state and federal constitutional requirements, among other factors.
Tewksbury’s population as determined by the most recent 2020 Federal census is 31,342, which represents an increase of 2,381, or 8.2%, from the 2010 population.
Local Changes: How will results of the 2020 Federal Census impact voters in Tewksbury?
In Tewksbury we will continue to have eight precincts for local elections, so no change there. Precincts have been renumbered 1 through 8 where previously they were 1, 1A, 2, 2A, 3, 3A, 4 and 4A.
- Precinct 1 Senior Center 175 Chandler St.
- Precinct 2 Recreation Center 286 Livingston St.
- Precinct 3 Town Hall 1009 Main St.
- Precinct 4 Library 300 Chandler St.
- Precinct 5 & 5A* Senior Center 175 Chandler St.
- Precinct 6 Recreation Center 286 Livingston St.
- Precinct 7 Town Hall 1009 Main St.
- Precinct 8 Library 300 Chandler St.
*5A is a Sub-Precinct for state elections and state primaries only. Voters residing in Sub-Precinct 5A are considered Precinct 5 Voters in local elections.
The precinct boundary lines have shifted slightly. Here is the new map.
Legislative District Changes
Changes in legislative districts became effective on December 31, 2021.
House of Representatives: Under the new map, Tewksbury is divided into three representative districts. (Previously two)
David Robertson (D) Nineteenth Middlesex District – Precincts 2, 4, 5, 6 & 8.
Tram Nguyen (D) Eighteenth Essex District – Precincts 3, 7 & 5A
Vanna Howard (D) Seventeenth Middlesex – Precinct 1
Senate – (No Change)
Current Senator Barry Finegold (D) Second Essex & Middlesex District retains the entire Town of Tewksbury.
Congress – (No Change)
Current U.S. Representative Seth W. Moulton (D) 6th Congressional District retains the entire Town of Tewksbury.
How will I know my precinct and where to vote?
The Elections Division of the Secretary of State’s Office has completed the process of updating the voter registration database. Follow this link to find your information.
When do I vote?
The Town of Tewksbury Annual Town Election will be held on Saturday, April 2, 2022. Polls will be open from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM.
Here is a link to the 2022 Calendar of Known Elections and Town Meetings. Please contact the Town Clerk’s Office with any questions or concerns.