Your vote is important. Here's an easy how-to.
Right now voting is on everyone’s mind, and that’s a very good thing. According to Forbes Magazine, as of October 10 over 9 million people have already cast their votes*. Here in Cambridge, thanks to the tireless work of our election commission, ballots for the general election are being mailed out to those of us who applied to vote by mail. Once you get your ballot and fill it out you can choose to mail it, or you can drop it in the specifically marked ballot box outside 51 Inman Street. Additionally, six more boxes have been placed in strategic places around Cambridge. You can learn where they are at the City's official election page:
If you choose to vote in person, your polling place will be staffed and ready.
ELECTION DAY IS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3!
If you haven’t registered, have until OCTOBER 24 to do so. If you chose to register online, this is the address:
If you do register online, you’ll need either a driver’s license or state ID card.
You can register in person at the Election Commission Office at 51 Inman Street. Please be aware that you must make an appointment. The phone number is 617-349-4361. The link below will give you further information:
We at CCTV urge you to vote. I personally plead with you to vote. The phrase “this is the most important election of our lifetime” is true.