This afternoon's rally at Five Corners begins at 2 p.m. on the final day of registration for the Nov. 3 election.
The Democratic Council of Martha's Vineyard announces its new leadership.
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.
League of Women Voters


Jeffrey Maida and William Meegan are both running to fill the seat of longtime select board member Bill Rossi, who announced earlier this year that he wasn’t seeking reelection.

After 10 years of meetings, dozens of applications and a fair amount of controversial decisions, Ewell Hopkins will step down from the Oak Bluffs planning board this spring, opting to not run for reelection. 

Chilmark select board member Bill Rossi and Oak Bluffs select board member Jason Balboni both are planning to step down after their terms are over, shaking up the Island political scene as boards face large infrastructure projects and sky high housing costs.

Democrats and Republicans on the Island followed statewide trends in the presidential primaries Tuesday, with the former backing President Joe Biden and the latter picking former President Donald Trump over Nikki Haley. 

Vineyarders will have four different elections this year. The presidential primary takes place on March 5, annual town elections start in the spring, state primaries are on Sept. 3 and the general presidential election on Nov. 5.


Three seats are up for grabs in the Nov. 19 election, but there is only one contested race.