Vote Nov 7 for Quincy City Councilors and School Committee

Time to exercise one of our most precious rights as citizens. Here’s a round up of voter information for the November 7 city elections. Time to get out and vote, Squantumites! And for a sweet treat, pick up some baked goods at the polls to support the Squantum School.

City elections
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Polls open: 7 AM – 8 PM
Voting location for Squantum Ward 6 residents:
Squantum Elementary School, 50 Huckins Ave [map] (check your voting location here)

Need a ride to the polls?
Representative Bruce Ayers provides a free service for the elderly, handicapped, and disabled residents of Quincy or Randolph. This service will pick up voters in wheelchair-accessible vans, drive them to their polling location, and drive them home after they have voted. Contact Bruce Ayers to schedule a ride or for more information.

Be prepared: view the ballot and four ballot questions

Voter information
The state Elections Division website provides everything you need to know about voting—including how and where to vote, how to vote early or via absentee ballot, a list of candidates, and a review of the ballot questions. A few highlights from the site:

Learn about the candidates

Ward 6 City Council Candidate

  • William Harris (incumbent) of Ashworth Road
  • H. A. “Alie” Shaughnessy of Essex Street
  • See video statements below

The candidates for At-Large City Council
Six candidates are running for three seats.

School Committee Candidates
Six candidates are competing for three school committee seats.

News round up

In their own words – Ward 6 City Council Candidate

William Harris (Incumbent)

Alie Shaughnessy

In their own words – At-Large Candidates

Noel DiBona (Incumbent)

Margaret Laforest

Nina Liang (Incumbent)

Anne Mahoney

Daniel Raymondi

Stephen Tougas

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