Lunch and Learn: Safeguarding the Election Process

Join us in the Council on Aging on Wed. Feb. 27 at 12 noon for Lunch and Learn: Safeguarding the Election Process, with Town Clerk Trudy Reid. Election security has been a hot topic across the nation in recent years. Do you wonder just how it all works? Join us as Trudy Reid, Wayland Town Clerk, answers your questions including: How does the Election process work? What is the difference between absentee ballot and early voting? What happens if you show up to vote on Election Day, but have already voted by absentee ballot? How are votes counted? What safeguards are in place?

As Town Clerk, Trudy Reid is Wayland’s Chief Election Official. She supervises voter registration, oversees polling places, election officers, and the general conduct of all elections. The Town Clerk directs the preparation of ballots, polling places, voting equipment, and voting lists.

Occurring a week before the presidential primary on Super Tuesday, this will be a timely and fascinating presentation. Bring your curiosity and your questions, along with your lunch. Reservations requested, 508-358-2990 or


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