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City Election for Councillor at Large, Ward Councillor, and School Committee positions

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On November 7, 2017, the City of Quincy, Massachusetts is holding an election for the following offices:  Councillor at Large, City Councillor (all wards), and School Committee. 
Preview the November 2017 ballot by clicking here.
The polling stations are open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.

There have been several Meet the Candidates nights. 
Click here to see publicly available video on YouTube.

Best wishes to the Democratic candidates running in those elections: 

COUNCILLOR-AT-LARGE RACE (three seats open)
Noel DiBona      [*WON ELECTION*]
Nina Liang      [*WON ELECTION*]
Anne Mahoney    [*WON ELECTION*]
Daniel Raymondi

WARD ONE RACE (one seat open)
David McCarthy    [*WON ELECTION*]
Joseph Murphy

WARD TWO RACE (one seat open)
Brad Croall     [*WON ELECTION*]

WARD THREE RACE (one seat open)
Ian Cain     [*WON ELECTION*]

WARD FOUR RACE (one seat open)
Brian Palmucci    [*WON ELECTION*]

WARD FIVE RACE (one seat open)
Michael Hurley

There is no registered Democrat running in this race.

SCHOOL COMMITTEE RACE (three seats open)
Douglas Gutro    [*WON ELECTION*]
David Jacobs
Geraldine Manning
Mark Sauter

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(The last day to register for this election is Oct 18, 2017)
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VOTING DAY:  Find your voting locating.
VOTE, by military & overseas citizens.
VOTE, by absentee ballot (per the MA Secretary of State website)
(The last day to apply for an absentee ballot is noon on Nov 6, 2017).
1.   Request an absentee ballot from Quincy City Hall in writing.
The MA Secretary of State has forms for the voter to make that request. 
There's also a form for a family member to make the request for the voter. 
You're not required to use the forms. You can send a signed letter requesting a ballot.

"Applications may be submitted in person, by mail, fax, or by e-mail; however, the local election official must be able to view the signature of the person requesting the ballot. If the application is being submitted by e-mail, a scanned copy of the request must be submitted."

2.    Fill out your absentee ballot and send it to Quincy City Hall.
"If you are voting by mail, you should be sure to submit your application in a timely manner. Please allow enough time for the ballot to be mailed to you and for you to return the ballot by Election Day. All ballots being mailed from inside the United States must be received by your local election official no later than the close of polls on Election Day."

"If you would like to vote in person, you may do so in the office of your local election official. In-person absentee voting should be arranged ahead of time."

The information on this page is unofficial. Please be sure to check the official Massachusetts Secretary of State website.

Also, the City of Quincy Official Calendar of voting-related deadlines can be found here.