Where Do I Vote? Ward 4 Members Map Out the Polling Stations

Given the confusion around some of the new polling location assignments during the September primary elections, Ward 4 member Andrea Olmstead suggested signage that would direct voters to the polls on Election Day, November 8th. With location input from Jonathan Cohn, Nina Garfinkle put her wonderful design skills to work and created a handy graphic that answers the question: Where Do I Vote?

Nina’s map highlights former (now closed) polling locations, alongside newly assigned ones. It also offers a QR code link to the state’s WhereDoIVoteMA.com website.

The map will be posted at key polling locations by Ward 4 poll dressers on Monday evening, November 7th.

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