Vineyard Gazette
Mrs. Guy W. Stantial and Mrs.
Woman Suffrage Movement
League of Women Voters


A small group of Island activists staged a get-out-the vote rally at Five Corners in Vineyard Haven Saturday afternoon, urging Islanders to register, and go to the polls on Nov. 3 — or before.

On Wednesday, Women's Equality Day in the U.S., the Martha’s Vineyard Museum will be lighting its building in the colors of the suffrage movement from 7 p.m. to midnight.

Early voting for the presidential primary election begins on Monday and town clerks around the Island report an increase in voter registration ahead of the closely watched race.

Early voting for the March 3 presidential primary begins Feb. 24 on Island and continues through Feb. 28 at the following sites:


A new political advertisement born on the Vineyard features eight female Democratic candidates running in congressional races across the nation.

Early voting is underway and hundreds of Islanders have already cast ballots with less than two weeks to go until the Nov. 6 election.