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As was the case across the commonwealth, Congressman Ed Markey and former Navy SEAL Gabriel Gomez were their parties' top vote-getters in Lexington during the special US Senate primary election held April 30.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. today, April 30.
Before you cast a ballot this Election Day, take a look at how all six candidates answered questions from Patch editors.
Patch and the local League of Women Voters have got you covered.
The registration deadline is approaching for unregistered voters who want to vote in the April 30 special state primary.
The (unofficial) results are in.
Your one-stop shop for info on polling locations, sample ballots and dispatches from the field.
A quick look at what you need to see, do and know on March 4 in Lexington.
The domino effect following former US Sen. John Kerry’s appointment as Secretary of State conceivably could trickle all the way down to the local level, according to Town Clerk Donna Hooper.
Next Tuesday marks the deadline to register in Lexington if you want to vote in the March 4 Town Election.
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