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Register to Vote by Oct. 24; Early Voting & Ballot Dropbox Locations

Twenty-one early voting locations and 17 ballot dropboxes are just some of the ways Boston residents can cast their votes leading up to the November 3, 2020 election. This election will include races for Senator in Congress, Representative in Congress, Governor’s Councilors, Senator in General Court, Representative in General Court, Register of Probate, and Office Read More…

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Go Vote! State Primary Election Tuesday, Sept. 1

The Massachusetts State Primary is Tuesday, September 1, 2020. The State Primary election includes the following races: Senator in Congress, Representative in Congress, Governor’s Council, State Senate, State Representative, and Register of Probate. Polling locations will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. These are the polling locations serving most North End / Waterfront Read More…

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Register to Vote by Aug. 22; Early Voting & Mail-In Ballots Available for 2020 Elections

The Massachusetts State Primary is Tuesday, September 1, 2020. This year, in addition to early voting, which allows for more flexibility in getting to the polls and less crowds at polling locations, individuals can also choose to vote-by-mail. Here are all the ways to make sure your vote counts on Election Day. Register to Vote! Read More…

Event Notices

Wharf District Council Aug. 18 Agenda: Emergency Preparedness, Christopher Columbus Park, District Project Updates

The Wharf District Council will host their August meeting on Tuesday, August 18 from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. virtually on Zoom. See the full agenda and Zoom login information posted below. Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/94143292431?pwd=OGlQYjhxWDR4UTRWOHJMUnk5NHZZZz09 Meeting ID: 941 4329 2431 Passcode: 950393 One tap mobile: +13017158592,,94143292431# US (Germantown) +13126266799,,94143292431# US (Chicago)  Dial by your location: Read More…

Event Notices Meetings

Wharf District Council July 21 Agenda: Pop-Up Coffee Cart, Climate Ready Update, Greenway Conservancy, The Bean and Leaf Cafe, Neighborhood Services, Voting 2020

The Wharf District Council will host their July meeting on Tuesday, July 21st from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. virtually on Zoom. See the full agenda and Zoom login information posted below.  Join the meeting via Zoom. Meeting ID: 954 4128 4017Password: 533956 One tap mobile:+13017158592,,95441284017# US (Germantown)+13126266799,,95441284017# US (Chicago) Dial by your location:+1 301 Read More…

Government

City Council Pushes for Boston to Provide Bilingual Ballots During COVID-19

Some Massachusetts leaders have been at the forefront of pushing for Vote-by-Mail legislature that would allow mail-in ballots to be sent to every registered voter in the state. Councilors Liz Breadon (District 9) and Julia Mejia (At-Large) proposed a resolution regarding the City of Boston adequately providing bilingual ballots to City residents. As the coronavirus Read More…

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Boston Municipal Election Guide Nov. 5

The City of Boston Municipal Election is Tuesday, November 5, 2019. The election includes Councilor seats for each district, as well as citywide At-Large seats and a nonbinding public opinion advisory question. Polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. These are the polling locations serving most North End / Waterfront residents: Read More…

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Boston’s Preliminary Municipal Election – Tuesday, September 24

The Boston Preliminary Municipal Election is Tuesday, September 24. Polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. There will be no preliminary election for District 1 (North End, East Boston, and Charlestown) as Councilor Lydia Edwards is running unopposed. The same goes for Districts 2 (Ed Flynn), 3 (Frank Baker) and 6 Read More…

Community Featured

Reader Poll: Should Election Day Be a Citywide Holiday?

At a recent Boston City Council meeting, the council discussed the possibility of making Election Day a holiday, so more people are able to participate in voting. Councilor O’Malley suggested the City create a paid holiday for its workers to increase voter turnout. While some NorthEndWaterfront.com readers commented in support of this idea, others expressed Read More…