The National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE) at Tufts University’s Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life today released a detailed analysis of the voting rates of millions of college students, highlighting important findings relevant to the 2016 presidential election. Continue reading
A community gathering with Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch took place August 10 at Kathleen Lau Realty, on 716 Hancock Street. Continue reading
On Feb. 25, Jerry Vattamala, staff attorney of AALDEF, presented findings from the November 2014 midterm elections to community members in Chinatown. Continue reading
When African Americans gained to right to vote, it was surprising how much didn’t change. Many were denied the access to register to become a voter. This was a major problem and what the Freedom Summer sought to resolve. Continue reading
Voters who registered for bilingual ballots in Boston and Quincy can take them to the polls on Nov. 6.
Voter registration closed Oct. 17. Bilingual ballots in English and Chinese are mailed with voter information, said Vincent Au, elections clerk for Quincy. This is the city’s first time to offer Chinese ballots. Continue reading
November 8 is election day and as District 2 gears up to vote for their favorite candidate. At 38 Oak Street, a polling station has been set up and support is being shown for each candidate with signs lining an exterior fence. All through the rest of today (Tuesday), voters will have an opportunity to enter any polling station and vote for their favorite candidate.