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Get up, Get Out & Vote...TODAY!!! | November 5

Municipal Election - November 5th, 2013
Municipal Election for Mayor, City Councillors At-Large and District City Councillors. Polls will be open 7AM-8PM.
 
For more information on candidates and poll locations please visit http://www.cityofboston.gov/elections/

Don't Forget To VOTE | September 24

Don't forget to vote!

 

The election day for the Massachusetts State Preliminary Municipal Election will be held on September 24. Polling locations are open from 7am to 8pm. For more info, visit http://www.cityofboston.gov

Mayoral Finalist Debate | September 25

Wednesday September 25 at 7pm, the debate of the two mayoral finalist will take place at First Parish Church on 10 Parish Street in Dorchester, MA.

Chris Lovett from Boston Neighborhood News will be the Moderator of the event. This debate will focus on the questions that the committee and attendees bring forth. The topics will be geared towards the neighborhood of Dorchester ( and the city as a whole).

Come out and voice your concerns and questions with the neighbors and local business owners of our community.

Conversation with US Senate Candidates | April 20

 

Hear from your US Senate Canidatese in a community forum. Free and Open to All. Spread the word and bring questions for the candidates about issues affecting our community!

All candidates have been invited; Congressman Lynch and Congressman Markey have confirmed

When: Saturday, April 20, 2013, doors open at 4:00 pm event starts at 4:30pm

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Vote Today!!

Election Day is TODAY: Tuesday, November 6, 2012.

Voting is a guaranteed right of every United States citizen over the age of 18 and one of the most important civic duties in a democracy.

From the ACLU:

If you feel intimidated or threatened by ANYONE at your polling station, please call: 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683). This number is a permanent hotline run by the Lawyers Committee on Civil Rights and Economic Justice. On election day it will be staffed by volunteer lawyers from LCCR and the ACLU of Massachusetts, from the time polls open until they close.

For more info: http://www.aclum.org/vote

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