Daily Archives: November 2, 2010

Live Coverage: Massachusetts Election 2010

Published November 2, 2010

Voting in Chatham (Chris Seufert/Flickr)

Voting in Chatham, submitted to the WBUR Flickr group (Chris Seufert/Flickr)

ElectionWire is feeding your addiction to non-stop information with an Election Night live blog, fed by our reporters in the field and your #ivoted tweets. Check it out.

By the way, we’re keeping the blog apolitical until the polls close at 8 p.m. It’s WBUR policy that we do not air the voices/photos of candidates on Election Day.

Once the polls have closed, ElectionWire and the wbur.org home page will transform into Election Central, with live (as in, live live) returns data on every statewide race. You info-addicts won’t even have to hit the refresh key.

Tuesday Morning: The Polls Are Open

Published November 2, 2010

More than 2 million people in Massachusetts are expected to vote today. Will you be part of it?

How to vote in four simple steps:

  1. Find your polling place. It’s really easy.
  2. Vote. Don’t forget to turn over the ballot — there are questions on the back.
  3. Get the little sticker. Wear it with pride, baby.
  4. Tell Hubbub about it. When and where did you vote? How long did you wait in line? Did you encounter any problems?

If you’re undecided, see WBUR’s interactive guide to the issues in the gubernatorial race. And catch up on our extensive coverage from Plymouth.