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Election Day Schedule 11/2/2010

Posted by Garrett Quinn, Less is More  November 2, 2010 06:09 AM

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Governor

Deval Patrick & Tim Murray:
7:30 am - Governor Patrick votes
St. Mary of the Hills School
250 Brook Road
Milton

8:00pm - Election Night Party
Park Plaza Hotel
50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street
Boston

Charlie Baker & Richard Tisei
7:30 AM - Charlie Baker will vote
First Congregational Church of Swampscott
40 Monument Avenue
Swampscott, MA

8:00 Am - Richard Tisei will vote
Crystal Community Club
71 Preston Street
Wakefield, MA

9:00 Am - Charlie Baker will greet voters with Tom Reilly
Phillips House
30 Common Street
Watertown, MA

9:15 AM - Richard Tisei will greet voters with Rep. Brad Jones and Mary Connaughton
Reading High School
62 Oakland Street
Reading, MA.

11:00 AM - Charlie Baker will greet voters
Curtis Guild Elementary School
5 Ashley Street
East Boston, MA

1:00 PM - Charlie Baker and Richard Tisei will greet voters
Stoneham Town Hall
35 Central Street
Stoneham, MA

3:00 PM - Charlie Baker will greet voters
Curley Recreation Center
1663 Columbia Road
South Boston, MA

4:30 PM - Charlie Baker will greet voters
North Station
Boston, MA

8:00pm - Election Night Party
House of Blues
Landsdowne Street
Boston, MA

Tim Cahill
7:15 am - Quincy Polling Place Visit
Squantum Elementary School
50 Huckins Avenue
Quincy, MA

10:30 am - Voting with Family
Charles A. Bernazzani Elementary School
701 Furnace Brook Parkway
Quincy, MA

11:15 am - Radio Interview with George Scione - Politically Active/WCCM AM 1110

11:30 am - South Boston Polling Place Visit
Monsignor John Powers Elderly Housing
120 L Street
South Boston, MA

1:00 pm - West Roxbury Polling Place Visit
Holy Name Parish Hall
535 West Roxbury Parkway
West Roxbury, MA

2:15 pm - Dedham Polling Place Visit
Greenlodge School
191 Greenlodge Street
Dedham, MA

6:00 pm - Quincy Polling Place Visit
The Elks Lodge
254 Quarry Street
Quincy, MA

8:00 pm - Election Night Party
The Boston Marriott Copley Place
110 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA


Jill Stein & Rick Purcell
8:00pm - Boston Victory Party
1558 Dorchester Avenue
Boston, MA

8:00pm - Connecticut River Victory Party
548 South Street
Holyoke

8:00pm - Berkshire Valley Victory Party
232 Main St.
Lee

Attorney General

Martha Coakley
No listed or emailed events

Jim McKenna
7:30 AM - Jim McKenna will meet voters in various locations
Worcester, MA

12:00 PM - Jim McKenna and his wife Katie will vote
Millbury Memorial High School
12 Martin Street
Millbury, MA

7:30 PM - Jim McKenna will host an election night party

Treasurer

Karyn Polito
No emailed or listed events.

Steve Grossman
7:00 am - Votes
Bigelow Middle School
42 Vernon St., Newton, MA

7:43am - Steve Visits Stoneham Polling Location
Stoneham Town Hall
35 Central St., Stoneham, MA

10:45am - Steve Visits Marshfield Polling Location
Furnace Brook School
532 Furnace St., Marshfield, MA

3:45pm - Steve Visits Quincy Ward 6 Precinct 5 Polling Location
Squantum School
50 Huckins Ave., Quincy, MA

8:00pm - Election Night Party -
Park Plaza Hotel, Boston

Auditor

Mary Z. Connaughton
8:30am - McPherson Park Building
31 Prospect Street, Gloucester

8:00pm - Election Night Party
Kings Back Bay
50 Dalton Street in Boston, MA

Suzanne Bump
9:00am - Jeff Santos Show 1510AM

Nat Fortune
8:00pm - Boston Victory Party
1558 Dorchester Avenue
Boston, MA

8:00pm - Connecticut River Victory Party
548 South Street
Holyoke

8:00pm - Berkshire Valley Victory Party
232 Main St.
Lee
Sponsored by the Pittsfield Gazette
Secretary of State

Bill Galvin
No listed or emailed events.

Bill Campbell
7:30pm - Hilton Hotel Woburn
2 Forbes Road
Woburn, MA

Jim Henderson
No listed or emailed events.

Event you should go to
Your polling place.

If you'd like your events listed here please contact me.

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Garrett Quinn began writing for newspapers at age 17 with CNC in his native South Shore. He has been published in BlueMassGroup, RedMassGroup, Pioneer Investigates, and Wonkette. He is a More »

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