Boston Election 2013

This year Boston will elect a new mayor for the first time in 20 years, as well as several new city councilors.  The preliminary election will be Tuesday, September 24, and then the top vote getters will run off in the general election on Tuesday, November 5.

The committee developed questionnaires about a variety of local issues and sent them to each candidate running to represent all or part of Ward 21.  In July we will post their responses on our website to help inform voters on the views of each candidate.

On July 15 and 18, we will hold candidates nights to give the community a chance to meet with candidates for mayor and city council at-large. 

Check back here for more details, or join our mailing list or like our page on facebook to stay updated. 

Vote for Ed Markey on Tuesday

Massachusetts elects our next US Senator (to replace John Kerry) on Tuesday, June 25.  Polls are open from 7am to 8pm.  If you aren't sure where your polling location is, look it up here

Read the Boston Globe editorial about Ed Markey's accomplishments in the House and why we should elect him to the Senate.  Learn more about Ed Markey on his website

Volunteers are needed every day until the election to help get people out to vote for Ed Markey.  To sign up, email us.