As a result of the 2010 Federal Census and the new redistricting law passed last year, the district that Garrett represents will be slightly different. As of January, 2013 residents of Precinct 2 in Hingham are now part of the 4th Norfolk District, which is represented by State Representative James Murphy, D-Weymouth, who won re-election on November 6th, 2012.
Another change which has already taken place is the addition of several streets to Precinct 3 in Scituate.
Both of these adjustments were necessary due to changes in population and the Constitutional and statutory requirements for equal and fair representation.
The following streets are in Precinct 2:
(contact Hingham Town Clerk for more information)
Backriver Road, Baker Hill Drive, Bates Avenue, Beal Street, Beals Cove
Road, Bishops Lane, Bradley Park Drive, Brewer Way, Brookside Drive, Bulow
Place, Bulow Road, Burtons Lane, Butler Road, Charles Everett Way, Clifford
Court, Conservatory Drive, Coolidge Avenue, Cresswell Lane, Crowes Lane, Del
Prete Drive, Dwiggins Pathe, Edgar Walker Court, Elm Street (Odd 47-end), Foley
Court, Forget Me Not Lane, Fort Hill Street, Fottler Road (All 14-28 and 60 and
76), Franklin Rodgers Road, Fresh River Avenue, Golf View Drive, Harbor View
Drive, Heron Way, Hersey Court, Hersey Lane, Hersey Street (All 7-85) and (Odd
93-257), Hill Top Road, Hillside Terrace, Hobart Street (Odd), Hockley Drive,
Isaac Sprague Drive, John Hazlitt Lane, Kents Lane, Lafayette (Odd 33-End),
Lantern Lane, Lea Circle, Lewis Court, Lily Pond Lane, Lincoln Street (170, 194,
196, 200 and 274), Main Street (Odd 455-461), Maple Street, New Bridge Street,
New Towne Drive, North Street (Even 166-216) and (239-End), Olmsted Drive,
Oregon Court, Osprey Way, Park View Drive, Park View Place, Quincy Avenue,
Rhodes Circle (Even), Sayles Road, Sherman Way, Sherwood Road, Smith Road,
Smith Way, South Lane, South Street (104-End), Spencer Drive, Squirrel Hill
Lane, Steven's Way, Summit Drive, Thaxter Street (even), Tuckers Lane, West
Street and Whiton Lane.
Voters living in Precinct 2 will vote at Hingham High School, but receive a slightly different ballot.