Information for Voters on Election Day
Maia Coleman
Polling stations in all six Island towns will be open for in-person voting on Tuesday from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. All voters are required to adhere to pandemic safety regulations. Masks and social distancing are mandatory.
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Heavy Turnout Expected Tuesday, as Vineyard Voters Join Historic Election
Vineyard voters go to the polls Tuesday to help decide the most watched presidential election in history. Nearly half the Island’s registered voters have already cast ballots.
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County Commission Candidates 2020: Questions, Answers
Seven candidates are running for seven seats on the Dukes County Commission on Nov. 3. Questions emailed to the seven candidates saw a variety of responses on county government.
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Martha’s Vineyard Commission Candidates 2020: Questions, Answers
With the mission of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission in the spotlight more than ever this year, Island voters will have a choice to make as they head to the polls Nov. 3.
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Voter Registration Rally Saturday
This afternoon's rally at Five Corners begins at 2 p.m. on the final day of registration for the Nov. 3 election.
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MVC Race Tops Local Ballot
As early voting begins at a steady clip across the Island, the race for nine elected seats on the Martha’s Vineyard Commission tops local electoral matters on the ballot this year.
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Early Voting Begins, in Runup to 2020 Presidential Election
Early voting for the much-anticipated 2020 presidential election has begun in all six Island towns, with voter registration up across the board.
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Vineyard Voters Back Markey, O’Connor in Senate Primary Race
In an unusual state primary Tuesday, Martha’s Vineyard voters strong backed Democratic incumbent Sen. Edward Markey and Republican attorney Kevin O’Connor over their challengers.
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Slow Day at the Polls for State Primary Election Tuesday
A slow dribble of Island voters — readied with masks, hand sanitizer and yoga mats — headed to the polls Tuesday for the state primary election, with tight races for the junior senate seat topping both sides of the ballot. Polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. at stations across the Island.
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In Upset, Ryan Ruley Is Elected Oak Bluffs Selectman
Oak Bluffs voters went for change at their town election Thursday, approving a $13.3 million plan to rebuild the town hall and voting in newcomer Ryan Ruley as a town selectman.
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