Monday, November 5, 2012
Take a look at a sample ballot to see what's on the ballot in Dover.
Tomorrow is the day we've all been waiting for. Whether you've loved every minute of the last few months of political commercials or you just can't wait until the election is over, it all comes down to Election Tuesday. If you're still wondering about who is on the ball here in Dover, we have a sample ballot for you to take a look at. Now you can learn who is running for which office and where their names will appear on the ballot. Don't forget to check in with our Dover Election Guide, where there's even more information. We'll also be providing updates throughout Election Tuesday all the way until the final results. So get out there and vote tomorrow and we'll do the rest and keep you up-to-date on the comings and goings on the local …
Here's a way to know exactly where everything will be on tomorrow's ballot: by taking a look at an actual sample.
Thanks to the Town of Sherborn, Patch was able to take a look at an actual sample ballot for tomorrow's election. Dover-Sherborn Patch is sharing this with you so you'll be able to know all the candidates for all the different political races. You'll even be comfortable knowing that you'll be able to find where everyone is on the ballot because you've seen it before. Remember, you'll still want to check out the Sherborn Election Guide for additional election information, and check back with Dover-Sherborn Patch throughout the day tomorrow for updates up until the final results at night.
Haven't made up your mind? What will tip the scales for you?
A new NBC News/WSJ poll shows President Barack Obama at 48 percent and former Gov. Mitt Romney at 47 percent. That suggests there are still a bunch of undecided voters. The candidates are both out getting their messages to voters in a final push before the election. Are you still undecided? If so, what is going to make up your mind between now and tomorrow? What can either candidate do to sway your vote? Let us know in the comments and discuss.
Sunday, November 4, 2012
The presidential election is Tuesday, Nov. 6: who do you think will be the winner?
With the election only days away, pundits are analyzing polls and trying to predict who will be the next president: Barack Obama or Mitt Romney. Gallup's final pre-election polling, for one, will be tallied after Sunday. The organization had suspended its national daily tracking surveys for several days this week after Superstorm Sandy. By now, you likely know for whom you'll be casting your vote on Tuesday. But, regardless of whom you may want to win, who do you think will win? Which political analysis do you think is right on the mark? Which websites/polls are you following? Vote in our poll and tell us in the comments. And, if you want to use our comment section to make a final argument for why an undecided voter should support your …
Saturday, November 3, 2012
Here's a guide to what is on the ballot in Sherborn on Election Day this Tuesday.
Here are the candidates who are on the ballot in Dover for this Tuesday's election.
Friday, November 2, 2012
We list the candidates and issues that affect Dover.
Friday, November 2, 2012
As we look ahead to Tuesday’s elections, Dover-Sherborn Patch is devoted to bring you the information you need about every race in town. Bookmark this page for updates. The Ballot: This is a sample ballot for voters in Dover. Polling locations: Dover residents will vote at the Town House. President Senator in Congress Representative in Congress- Fourth District Councillor- Second District Senator in General Court- Norfolk and Suffolk County Representative in General Court- Thirteenth Norfolk District Clerk of Courts- Norfolk County Register of Deeds- Norfolk District County Commissioner- Norfolk County Ballot Issue: Question 1 — Right to Repair: "This proposed law would prohibit any motor vehicle manufacturer, starting with model year …
We list the candidates and issues that affect Sherborn.
Friday, November 2, 2012
As we look ahead to Tuesday’s elections, Dover-Sherborn Patch is devoted to bring you the information you need about every race in town. Bookmark this page for updates. The Ballot: Here is a sample ballot for Tuesday's election in Sherborn. Polling Locations: Sherborn residents will vote at Town Hall. President Senator in Congress Representative in Congress- Fifth District Councillor- Second District Senator in General Court- Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex District Representative in General Court- Fifth Middlesex District Clerk of Courts- Middlesex County Register of Deeds- Middlesex Southern District Sheriff- Middlesex County (Vacancy) Ballot Issue: Question 1 — Right to Repair: "This proposed law would prohibit any motor vehicle …
Find out what a yes or no vote on Question 3 will mean.
On Nov. 6, Massachusetts voters will be asked to vote on three questions along with the state and federal political races. Dover-Sherborn Patch is here to help you understand what these questions are asking and what a yes or no vote will mean. Today we look at Question 3. Question 3 is regarding the legalization of medical marijuana. "This proposed law would eliminate state criminal and civil penalties for the medical use of marijuana by qualifying patients. To qualify, a patient must have been diagnosed with a debilitating medical condition," the Massachusetts Secretary of State's website says. According to the website a "yes" vote would allow for patients to smoke marijuana if it is prescribed by a doctor. A "no" vote would make no …
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Find out what your vote on Question 2 will mean.
On Nov. 6, Massachusetts voters will be asked to vote on three questions along with the state and federal political races. Dover-Sherborn Patch is here to help you understand what these questions are asking and what a yes or no vote will mean. Today we look at Question 2. Question 2 is regarding whether doctors should be allowed to prescribe medication to end life. "This proposed law would allow a physician licensed in Massachusetts to prescribe medication, at a terminally ill patient’s request, to end that patient’s life," the Massachusetts Secretary of State's website says. According to the website a "yes" vote would allow for the prescription of life-ending medication. A "no" vote would make no change to the current law and keep the …