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Progressive Democrats urge primary, general election votes for Rep. Decker

Progressive Democrats urge primary, general election votes for Rep. Decker

Decker is an unabashed progressive who works tirelessly for Cambridge families, children and seniors. She deserves another term representing the 25th Middlesex District.

Absentee ballots for Sept. 9 primary available from Election Commission

State primary voting will be from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sept. 9. For Cambridge residents not already registered, the deadline to register to vote is 8 p.m. Aug. 20.

Tolman’s bold and innovative ideas make him best candidate for attorney general

Tolman’s bold and innovative ideas make him best candidate for attorney general

Massachusetts deserves an attorney general that is not afraid to stand up to powerful outside interests to protect the lives of the people of the Commonwealth.

State takes step to hike voter participation, but same-day registration still not the law

State takes step to hike voter participation, but same-day registration still not the law

Early voting in state elections and preregistration at age 16 are two ways state legislators are working on raising voter participation.

Election Commission reminds residents: Census forms must be filled out, returned

The Cambridge Election Commission has mailed the annual city census form to all households. Residents are urged to fill out and return the form in the postage-prepaid envelope sent with it.

Lessig talks Tuesday at Tufts to enlist against money as corruptor in politics

Lessig talks Tuesday at Tufts to enlist against money as corruptor in politics

Already a guiding light about law in the Internet age, Harvard’s Lawrence Lessig has turned his attention to the corrupting influence of money in politics.

Let’s change a flawed vote process, ending Cambridge’s Proportional Representation

Let’s change a flawed vote process, ending Cambridge’s Proportional Representation

While our voting process often seem endless, the outcome of many elections is settled in the first round of balloting. More importantly, a serious design flaw taints the count.

Journalist Faraone on his ‘under the radar’ run for governor in November: ‘Whatever’

Journalist Faraone on his ‘under the radar’ run for governor in November: ‘Whatever’

Among the news and information gleanable Thursday at the premiere of Member’s Lounge With Ken Reid: Journalist Chris Faraone is still or again considering a run for governor.

Cheung’s $120,000 deposit for lt. governor run hides message on innovation in binary

Cheung’s $120,000 deposit for lt. governor run hides message on innovation in binary

If Leland Cheung seemed quiet at his latest City Council meeting, it may have been because he was still tired from figuring out the most complicated way to start a run for lieutenant governor.

Recount’s cost exceeded even top estimate, despite its speed also beating expectations

Recount’s cost exceeded even top estimate, despite its speed also beating expectations

The cost of last month’s City Council election recount was $109,604.37, the city manager said, beating by far an unofficial estimate made as the recount wrapped up.

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