Island Voters Flood Polls, Reflecting Mood of Nation
Julia Wells
Mirroring the heated electoral mood around the country, Vineyard voters turned out in unusually large numbers Tuesday.
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Vineyard Voters Elect George Davis Clerk of Courts
Julia Wells

Turning out in large numbers Tuesday alongside their counterparts around the country, Vineyard voters elected a new clerk for the superior court and a fresh slate for the county commission.

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Large Turnout as Vineyard Heads to Polls

Martha's Vineyard voters were lining up early to cast ballots Tuesday in the much-anticipated mid-term election.

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Caught Up in Electoral Mood, Vineyard Voters Turn Out in Large Numbers
Julia Wells

Vineyard voters turned out in large numbers to cast ballots Tuesday, forming lines all day at the polls in most towns. Polls closed at 8 p.m.

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Nine Run for Nine Seats on Martha's Vineyard Commission
Noah Asimow
There are no contested seats this year on the MVC, with nine incumbents running for nine seats. Founded in 1974, the commission is a unique regional planning agency.
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Eight Candidates Seek Seven Seats on County Commission
Landry Harlan
Eight candidates, including six incumbents, are running for seven seats on the Dukes County Commission this year. In advance of the election, the Gazette emailed questions to all the candidates.
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Vineyard Voters Go to the Polls Tuesday
Holly Pretsky

Vineyard voters will go to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots in the much-anticipated mid-term election. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. in every Island town.

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Yes on Question 3
A friend of mine is the mother of a transgender son who lives on the Island.
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No to Question 1
I am the chief nurse executive at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital and will be voting no on ballot question 1.
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Yes on Question 1
One reason I am voting yes on Question 1 is my memory of hours spent with my mother, my wife, my children, and other loved ones in hospitals hearing the incessant din of alarms, and even occasional cries and groans of distress.
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