The Huntington News reports an apparent we'll-get-to-it-when-we-get-to-it campus mail system that meant some students didn't get absentee ballots in time to vote in last month's election.
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Matt McCloskey has posted a spreadsheet with a precinct-by-precinct breakdown of Boston results from Tuesday's election.
Associated Press called the governor's race for Maura Healey at 8:02 p.m. She'll be our first openly queer governor and the first woman elected to the post. Read more.
The Secretary of State's office has a form that lets you find your polling place.
Unless you're going to the Reggie Lewis Center around 5:30 to see Kamala Harris and Democratic candidates in Massachusetts in a get-out-the-vote rally.
Republican sacrificial lamb in Pressley district broke campaign-finance laws in his council race last year, state says
The Dorchester Reporter reports (scroll down a bit) that state officials are warning Donnie Palmer that he could be barred from local and state ballots in the future if he doesn't soon file details of the contributions he got in his failed racist campaign to get elected a city councilor last year. Palmer's name will be on the ballot in November as an alleged alternative to US Rep. Ayanna Pressley.
WBUR reports on last night's debate between Maura Healey and Geoff Diehl.
Somebody at Transit Police really can't stand Kevin Hayden, but now they're stuck with him for at least four years
Live Boston has the scoop: When Bill Forry of the Dorchester Reporter tweeted last night that Kevin Hayden would soon address his supporters as the new permanent DA, somebody at Transit Police responded that Hayden didn't win so the election so much as the Globe, due to its last-minute stories on Ricardo Arroyo. Read more.
The Dorchester Reporter tweets that Chris Worrell has won the Democratic primary in the 5th Suffolk district (Roxbury), which means he will replace Liz Miranda, who decided to run for the state-senate seat Sonia Chang-Diaz gave up to run for governor.
The Secretary of State's office has a form that lets you see where your polling place is and who's on the ballot today.
Caroline Goggin at WHDH reports on an order by a Suffolk Superior Court judge today that orders BPD to release the redacted contents of a 2005 BPD file on an investigation into what Ricardo Arroyo did or didn't do to two fellow O'Bryant students in 2005. Arroyo, running for DA, says he didn't do anything and didn't even know there had been an investigation until the Globe contacted him this year.
Councilor boils over about redistricting, white councilors who are too pitiful to even be called cowardly and white people calling her epithets
City Councilor Tania Fernandes Anderson (Roxbury) had enough this afternoon.
Slamming her desk in frustration at what she says is the treatment of Black and Hispanic councilors, Fernandes Anderson turned a discussion about a proposed effort to redistrict Boston into a cry of disgust that started with the way Councilor Ricardo Arroyo is being treated to an exposition on fears in her district that redistricting led by a white councilor will mean minorities will remain at a disadvantage in Boston. Read more.
In a contentious meeting in which Council President Ed Flynn had to keep banging his gavel, telling both councilors and residents to keep quiet, Councilor Frank Baker withdrew his demand for a look at the BPD file on sexual-assault allegations against Councilor Ricardo Arroyo, saying his point had been made by today's Globe interview with a woman who claims Arroyo sexually attacked and threatened her in high school. Read mroe.
Woman who claims Arroyo attacked her talks to the Globe, Arroyo seeks release of BPD reports, Wu unendorses him
The Globe interviews one of the two women BPD allegedly investigated DA candidate Ricardo Arroyo for attacking when they were in high school, and that she stands by her story of "the coerced sex, the mental manipulation, threats she said he sent her." Read more.
State's highest court details why Mass GOP is wrong and should feel wrong in effort to block expanded early voting
The Supreme Judicial Court had already ruled against an effort by Jim Lyons and the rump state Republican Party to block early voting, but today it released its detailed reasons for why the Republicans are wrong in so many ways, from their claim the Legislature has no right to expand early voting to their alleged fears of "zombie votes" by people who die after casting an early ballot. Read more.
Leaders of JP Progressives, which endorsed Ricardo Arroyo for Suffolk County DA earlier this month, report they spent more than two days this week trying to figure out what to do after news broke of the sexual-assault allegations against him. Read more.
The owner of a Hingham printing company says Massachusetts Republican Party Chairman Jim Lyons is blaming it for some spat it has nothing to do with and has barred the party and official Republican candidates from using its services. Read more.
The Bay State Banner goes out on the hustings with the four candidates running for the Democratic nomination for the 2nd Suffolk state-senate seat: State reps Nika Elugardo and Liz Miranda, minister Miniard Culpepper and former state Sen. Dianne Wilkerson.
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