I spent7 hours yesterday sitting in the lobby at Worcester Technical High School as a poll observer for the Voter Protection Network. I signed up for that duty after hearing about the shenanigans that happened at various Worcester polling places during the primaries. And I’m glad I put in the time because what I saw Read More
I attended the Board of Election meeting this evening. Work ganged up on me so I was late getting there. Luckily, NicoleCommaWoo live-blogged the first part of the meeting. Her live blog leaves off (as her computer was dying) just about the point where I came in, so you can get the first part of Read More
Massachusetts doesn’t have a voter ID law per se, but many Worcester voters may have to prove who they are in November. What’s going on?
So I forgot how much fun the City Council meetings can be when you ignore the boring business and concentrate on the personalities. It’s been a long time since I’ve sat through a Worcester City Council meeting — bad me! I tuned in tonight to follow the conversation on the ridiculous tax assessments this year Read More