Cheryl Andrews-Maltais Reelected for Third Consecutive Term
Cheryl Andrews-Maltais defeated challenger NaDaizja Bolling 151-127 to earn her fifth term as tribal chairwoman.
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Tribal Election Will Have No In-Person Voting

A pivotal election for chairperson of the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) and three tribal council seats will be held exclusively by mail-in voting, with no in-person voting allowed.

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Vineyard Voters Back Maura Healey, Approve Tisbury Alcohol Question
In an election that exposed stark national divides, Vineyard voters threw their support behind Democratic candidates across the region.
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Island Sees Brisk Voter Turnout as Mid-Term Elections Galvanize Country
Turnout was brisk all day at polling places around the Island as Martha’s Vineyard voters joined Americans across the country by casting ballots in the closely-watched 2022 midterm elections. Polls are open until 8 p.m. tonight.
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Islanders to Cast Votes in Midterm Election Races
Martha’s Vineyard voters are set to weigh in on a trio of contested local races and choose among candidates for regional commissions in midterm elections Tuesday.
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Alcohol and Wastewater Top Election Ballot Questions
Louisa Hufstader, Aidan Pollard and Brooke Kushwaha
Questions on alcohol in Tisbury and wastewater in Oak Bluffs top a bevy of statewide ballot issues facing Island voters.
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Early Voting Hours

Early voting is open until November 4 in all six Island towns. Listed below are the dates, times and locations where early voting is available in each town.

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Slate of Newcomers Set to Challenge Incumbents in Tribal Elections
A slate of political newcomers is looking to unseat a crowded field of longtime incumbents in tribal government.
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West Tisbury Candidate Filing Period Opens
Nomination papers for West Tisbury town offices are now available at town hall.
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Town Candidate Forums Announced
The League of Women Voters of Martha's Vineyard, in conjunction with MV TV, has announced its final two candidate forums for the spring election season.
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