Voter Registration Rally Saturday
This afternoon's rally at Five Corners begins at 2 p.m. on the final day of registration for the Nov. 3 election.
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Dukes County Voters Help Write History in Presidential Election Year Like No Other
Noah Asimow
Martha’s Vineyard and Gosnold voters finally had the chance Tuesday to write their own chapter in a historic 2020 presidential election that has left an entire country on edge, turning out in massive numbers.
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Dust Begins to Settle on Tisbury Race for Martha’s Vineyard Commission
Louisa Hufstader
With nine office-seekers and nine seats, the race for the MVC may have seemed unsuspenseful to those unfamiliar with the intricate makeup of the powerful regional planning agency.
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In Huge Turnout, Dukes County Voters Back Biden, Reject Question 3 in Long Day at Polls
Noah Asimow
Voters in all seven Dukes County towns threw their strong support to Vice President Joe Biden over President Donald Trump. Clarence (Trip) Barnes and Ben Robinson eclipsed Josh Goldstein in a tight three-way race for Tisbury's seats on the Martha’s Vineyard Commission.
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Duty, Tradition and a Whole Lot of Camaraderie Fuel Island Poll Workers
Maia Coleman
An Islandwide network of devoted poll workers guide the Island electorate through the voting process year after year.
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Coffee and Cookies, Democracy on Parade: Notes from the Polls
Gazette reporters were on the scene at polling stations around the Island on election day, talking to voters, capturing the mood. Polls close at 8 p.m. in all six towns.
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Islanders Turn Out in Record Numbers on Historic Election Day
Noah Asimow
A steady stream of voters turned out to cast ballots in every Island town from morning to nightfall Tuesday, joining their counterparts around the country.
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Information for Voters on Election Day
Maia Coleman
Polling stations in all six Island towns will be open for in-person voting on Tuesday from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. All voters are required to adhere to pandemic safety regulations. Masks and social distancing are mandatory.
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Heavy Turnout Expected Tuesday, as Vineyard Voters Join Historic Election
Noah Asimow and Maia Coleman
Vineyard voters go to the polls Tuesday to help decide the most watched presidential election in history. Nearly half the Island’s registered voters have already cast ballots.
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County Commission Candidates 2020: Questions, Answers
Seven candidates are running for seven seats on the Dukes County Commission on Nov. 3. Questions emailed to the seven candidates saw a variety of responses on county government.
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