Time to exercise one of our most precious rights as citizens. Here’s a round up of voter information for the November 5 elections.
In the election on Tuesday, Nov. 5, Quincy voters will select the mayor, three at-large council seats, four ward seats, and school committee. Longtime Mayor Thomas Koch will face challenger Brenda Ryan. Incumbent at-large city councilors Anne Mahoney, Nina Liang and Noel T. DiBona are seeking reelection against newcomers Frank N. Rubino and Joann Sullivan Cantor. In Ward 6, City Councilor William P. Harris will face challenger William Isenberg.
Where to vote on November 5
Vote in person Tuesday, November 5, 2019
Polls open: 7 AM – 8 PM
Voting location for Squantum Ward 6 residents:
Squantum Elementary School, 50 Huckins Ave [map]
Not from Squantum? Find your voting location here.
- Absentee voting: learn how to apply for absentee voting.
Voter information: who is on the Nov 5 ballot
The state Elections Division website provides everything you need to know about voting—including how and where to vote, how to vote via absentee ballot, and a list of candidates. A few highlights from the site:
- Visit the state elections site for complete information on voting, including sample ballots and information on how to register to vote
- View a copy of the ballot
- Quincy elections department
The candidates running for mayor
- Thomas P. Koch – Newbury Ave., Quincy, MA (Koch on Facebook and website)
- Brenda A. Ryan – Cranch St., Quincy, MA
The candidates running for Ward 6 City Councilor
- William P. Harris – Ashworth Rd., Quincy, MA (Harris on Facebook)
- William P. Isenberg – Carle Rd., Quincy, MA (Isenberg on Facebook)
- Koch, McCarthy big winners in Quincy preliminary election, Patriot Ledger, September 11, 2019
- Mayor Koch will face off against political newcomer, Boston Globe, September 11, 2019
- Koch, Ryan Nominated For Mayor, Quincy Sun, September 11, 2019
- Quincy Mayoral candidates differ on key issues, Patriot Ledger, September 6, 2019
Deadline to register to vote: October 16 at 8pm
The last day to register to vote in the November 5 elections is Wednesday, October 16. Not sure if you are registered? Check your status here.
- Register to vote online by 11:59 pm on October 16
- In person: by 8 pm, Quincy City Clerk’s Office, 1305 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169, 617-376-1131 (call to check hours)
- By mail: registration form must be postmarked by October 16 and mailed to City Hall