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Thursday’s Brief: Record Breaking Turnout for Sept. 1 Primary, “Rising Stars Award” Chefs to be Featured in Restaurant Week, Rhythm of the Night

Today is Thursday, September 3 and later this month 22 chefs and food world pros from the Boston area will be featured in a restaurant week to share their mouthwatering dishes after being named “Rising Stars Award” winners by StarChefs, read more from Boston Magazine.

Here’s what else you need to know for today…

Notable News:

Mass. may have seen record-breaking turnout in Sept. 1 primary

According to Secretary of State Galvin and the Associate Press, Massachusetts primary election on Tuesday is on pace to have the highest turn out in decades—largely from mail in votes, read more on The Boston Globe.

Towns cleared to keep counting ballots in Fourth, as Auchincloss leads Mermell

Secretary of State Bill Galvin asked for a court order Wednesday to allow three communities in the 4th District to finish tallying about 1,400 to 1,500 uncounted ballots. The petition came after Galvin’s office said they heard several election officials had been unable to complete their tally by the end of Tuesday night, due to the volume and last-minute arrival of many mail-in ballots due to emergency voting changes. Read more at the Boston Globe.

Rhythm of the Night:

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