Only 3% of eligible voters turned out Wednesday for the annual Portsmouth Water and Fire District election. Featured here are the results.Read More
Voters will face 2 local questions on their ballots this election year: Questions 8 and 9. Here’s a more in-depth look at these 2 local questions.
Voters will be asked to approve or reject 7 state questions on the ballot this election year. Here’s a more in-depth look at Questions 1 to 7.
Only 2 Portsmouth candidates are running against each other for the office of town clerk in the 2016 Election to be held Tuesday, Nov. 8.
A total of 16 candidates are running for a seat on the Portsmouth Town Council this election year. Each term will last 2 years.
Three Portsmouth candidates are running for a seat on the Portsmouth School Committee this election year. Each term will last 4 years.
One candidate is running for an unexpired term on the Portsmouth School Committee. The unexpired term will last a total of 2 years.
Portsmouth voters will pick their representative in different R.I. General Assembly races on Election Day. Each term will last 2 years.
Portsmouth voters will pick their representative for U.S. Congress, District 1, on Election Day this coming Tuesday, Nov. 8.