Polling places opened at seven in the morning. Mark Alan Lovewell

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Fears of in-person voting during a pandemic, combined with the large number of early and mail-in voters and a lack of contested local races, meant the Island saw a quiet day at the polls on Tuesday. By mid-afternoon, town clerks across the Island had reported almost no lines, despite a wide-array of social distancing rules.


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