chenoameg (chenoameg) wrote in davis_square,

Tuesday Election (7am-8pm)

The primary election is this Tuesday, September 16th
Polls are open from 7am-8pm

To see what your ballot will look like, and/or to find your voting place, go to:

To expand on ron_newman's post from August:

Contested Democratic Races in the area:
• US Senate - John Kerry (incumbent) vs Ed O'Reilly
Video of their debate: From WBZ

• 34th Middlesex State Rep (parts of Somerville and Medford): Carl Sciortino (incumbent, but not on ballot; you must use a sticker or write-in) vs Bob Trane

• 29th Middlesex State Rep (part of Cambridge and Watertown): Blank ballot as a result of Rachel Kaprelian's resignation to become Registrar of Motor Vehicles. All candidates are running sticker campaigns.

• 35th Middlesex State Rep (parts of Medford and Malden):
Incumbent socially conservative Democratic Representative Paul Donato
Kosovo veteran & SEIU ogranizer Patrick McCabe
Blogger and OpenMass founder Jim Caralis
See cos's detailed discussion.

•Register of Probate
"Thomas B. Concannon, 8 Bacon Rd., Newton", a previous candidate for the office is running a write-in candidacy against indicted incumbent Buonomo.

•Councillor Sixth District
Michael J. Callahan
Roseann Trionfi-Mazzuchelli

Republican Ballot:
write-in campaign for Middlesex County Register of Probate
From "While there is no competition in this race, Natick Republican John Lambert, son of the former Middlesex County Register of Probate Donna Lambert, is running for the Republican Nomination to replace disgraced Register John Buonomo (D). However, Lambert is a write-in candidate, and will need to collect 1,000 Votes County Wide to win the Republican Nomination."

Working Families Party Ballot:
write-in campaign for Middlesex County Register of Probate
Sean O'Donovan (according to my mail endorsed by John Connolly and Joe Curtatone)

For more information check out posts on this community with the local politics tag.

(Edited to add the Councilllor's race and Concannon 's write-in campaign)
Tags: local politics

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