CANDIDATE DEBATES - AVAILABLE TO WATCH ON-DEMAND!

MA Rep for 31st Middlesex District

The League of Women Voters of Winchester sponsored a Oct. 13 debate between Michael S. Day and Elizabeth Harrah, candidates for the 31st Middlesex District in the Massachusetts House of Representatives. 

Viewers can watch the Debate On-Demand via Wincam (Click here)

MA 5th Congressional District

Rep. Katherine Clark and Caroline Colarusso - Oct. 13

Recordings Available On Demand: BelmontMedia.org 

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization. While we support positions on some issues of public interest, and work to increase voter education and engagement, we do not support or oppose any political candidate or party.

EARLY VOTING IS HAPPENING NOW THROUGH OCT. 30!

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO ON HOW TO REGISTER AND VOTE IN WINCHESTER

VOTING OPTIONS GUIDE, INCLUDING EARLY VOTING, MAIL-IN AND DROP BOXES

CLICK HERE for Info on Ranked Choice Voting (Yes on 2)


VOTER REGISTRATION:

Eligible voters must be registered by October 24 to be able to vote in the November 3 general election. You can register to vote online (www.sec.state.ma.us/ovr), register by mail or register in-person via drop-off form (see www.winchester.us  and VOTE411.org for more info). 


VOTING PLAN:

Click here for full Voter Options Guide from the Winchester Town Clerk - view ballots, deadlines for registration, early voting dates and hours, mail-in voting process, etc.


Once you are registered or updated your registration, make a Voting Plan using these questions as a guide:

  • Do you know where your polling place is? 
  • Are you planning to vote by mail? If so, did you already request a mail-in ballot application or do you need to request one now? 
  • Do you know you can bring your mail-in ballot to a Drop Box instead of mailing it?  
  • Do you know where your town’s Drop Boxes are located? 
  • Will you vote in person on Election Day (Nov. 3) or during the early voting period (Oct. 17-30)? 
  • Are you familiar with the candidates and ballot questions that are on the ballot?

RESOURCES: Answers to all of these questions can be found at www.lwvwinchester.org, VOTE411.org, the Massachusetts Secretary of State (https://www.sec.state.ma.us) or Winchester’s Town Clerk (www.winchester.us; click “Vote” button). For residents of nearby towns, visit:

Woburn: https://www.woburnma.gov/government/city-clerk/elections/presidential-and-state-election-2020/

Medford: http://www.medfordma.org/departments/voter-registration/

Stoneham: http://www.stoneham-ma.gov/897/Voter-Registration-Election-Information

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2020...

will be a landmark year - not only due to the Presidential election, but also the 100th Anniversary of the founding of the League of Women Voters!

Please join or renew your membership today! Your dues will be used to support League activities on local, state and national levels:

     Annual membership: $65

     Sustaining membership: $100 

Please send your check to: LWVW, PO Box 1033, Winchester, MA 01890. We now also accept payments online. To join online click here. 

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Save the Date

Jimmy Tingle Fundraiser - POSTPONED

Please note the LWV-Winchester's Jimmy Tingle Fundraiser scheduled for SEPTEMBER 25, 2020 has been postponed to a future date to be determined.

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