Vote for mayor: It’s election day in Boston

Two accomplished women with big ideas for how they can help to make Boston a better city are running for mayor and today is election day in the city.

Annissa Essaibi George and Michelle Wu are on the ballot and have been campaigning hard to get your vote. In full disclosure, I am (and always have been) supporting Michelle Wu. Her big ideas have drawn criticism as too “pie in the sky” and unrealistic, but I like her vision and how she thinks big. Having said that, no matter who you support, I hope that you will vote in this historic election to send a message that you care and are invested in the future of Boston.

Unsure if you’re registered, here’s how to check your voter registration status.

Unsure where to vote? Here’s how to find your closest voting location.

CITY OF BOSTON – ELECTION DEPARTMENT
POLLING LOCATIONS
November 2, 2021
Polls open from 7:00 am – 8:00 pm

Also, a heartfelt thank you to out-going Mayor Kim Janey for stepping in after Mayor Walsh left to take the role of US Secretary of Labor in Washington, D.C. She had to address significant public health challenges regarding COVID-19, an ongoing scandal with the Boston Police Department, and a challenging economy, but she will be presenting to whomever wins this election a healthier and stronger city than she inherited.

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