To preview your primary ballot for tomorrow, click on the link from the Secretary of State's website:
then enter your address and select a political party. It will show you what choices you'll have on tomorrow's primary ballot.
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She's described as white, 35 to 40, 5'3" with a large build and light brown hair, wearing a blue sweater, clam digger pants and sandals, and carrying a large Coach bag.... Read more
Georgy makes the ride from Somerville, discovers it's pretty cool. And has good sushi.
Dan Dunn, who lives in Arlington, is not at all happy with his state rep, Jay Kaufman, because Kaufman didn't just vote to make Sal DiMasi house speaker, he did so with relish - and then defended him when the Globe first started asking questions about Cognos:
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Just a few months ago whilst on the way back from a weekend in Vegas with Adam, Kaz, The Zak and Swrrrly, UHUB-1 hit a pothole in one of the taxiways at Hanscom- causing my monocle to fall into Adam's glass of port, Swrrrly's Cuban cigar to nearly set the Alpacian leather on fire, and the door on The Zak's soundproof chamber to pop open.... Read more
Concord Academy graduate Lisa Halaby, known now as Queen Noor of Jordan, appeared on Morning Joe this week to discuss US foreign policy with respect to Israel and Palestinians in Gaza. Her thesis was,
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"There needs to be a new approach by the US that is more balanced that holds both sides accountable for their
Channel 4 reports on the accident northbound near Rte. 2A around 6 a.m.:
State Police say two vehicles collided and one of them rolled over several times before landing in the grass near the breakdown lane. That driver was ejected and died. The other driver was not seriously hurt.
Michael Ball reports on the end of the judicial line for David Parker, the Lexington father who doesn't like the way Lexington public schools teach kids about sex and stuff.