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This fall I canvassed on behalf of Congressional candidates running in challenging contests in Maine, New Hampshire and New York.
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National Campaign Video Conceived on Martha's Vineyard
Holly Pretsky

A new political advertisement born on the Vineyard features eight female Democratic candidates running in congressional races across the nation.

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As Election Day Approaches, Early Voting Is Popular
Landry Harlan

Early voting is underway and hundreds of Islanders have already cast ballots with less than two weeks to go until the Nov. 6 election.

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Race for Clerk of Courts Tops Island Ballot in November
Noah Asimow
On Nov. 6, voters in Dukes County will choose between T. George Davis and Anthony Piland for a six-year term as Dukes County clerk of courts.
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Taking Sides on Question One: Yes on One
Rick Lambos
A yes vote on Question 1 will dramatically improve patient safety in Massachusetts hospitals.
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Taking Sides on Question One: No on One
Earl Ray
We appreciate that Question 1 is a hotly debated topic. This is not about our nurses.
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Debate Heats Up Around Question 1
Noah Asimow
As debate heats up over a proposed law to limit patient/nurse ratios in Massachusetts, leaders at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital and Island nurses have joined the fray.
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As Midterm Elections Approach, Island Sees Rise in Voter Registrations
Noah Asimow

It’s an even-numbered year and midterm election season has arrived in Dukes County as well as around the country.

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T. George Davis, Daphne Devries Win Primary Races
Julia Wells

An Oak Bluffs attorney easily won the Democratic nomination for Dukes County clerk of courts in the state primary Tuesday.

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Voter Turnout Steady Around the Island for State Primary
Landry Harlan and Noah Asimow

With two local races attracting voter interest, town clerks and poll workers around the Island were reporting steady turnout Tuesday for the state primary. Polls are open in every town from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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