WILMINGTON, MA — In the latest episode of WCTV’s Discourse, the station’s Executive Director Ryan Malyar interviews Wilmington Town Clerk Christine Touma-Conway and Wilmington Board of Registrars Chair Mary Osgood.
- Why did the town decide to move its Election Day voting on Nov. 3 to the Shriners?
- How is putting everyone in one location a better plan?
- What accommodations are being provided for those with limited mobility?
- How has the decision to move to the Shriners been received by residents thus far?
- How are you making voters aware that all Election Day voting takes place at the Shriners? (Look for postcards in your mailbox during the week of October 12!)
- What are some of the alternatives to Election Day voting?
- Where will in-person Early Voting take place?
- What is the process for Early Voting by mail?
- How did Early Voting go during the September Primary Election?
- What does the Board of Registrars do?
- What measures are being taken to keep voters safe when they go to vote?
- How many Wilmington voters are expected to vote in the Presidential Election?
- Will Wilmington have results on Election Night? (Mail-in ballots postmarked by November 3 can be received up until November 6. Every other ballot will be counted by 8:30pm-9pm on Election Night per usual.)
Watch the 20-minute episode, courtesy of Wilmington Community Television, below:
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