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The polls will be open for voting from 7 am to 8 pm on Tuesday, November 7 at Kresge Auditorium and other sites for residents of the MIT community. Below is a list provided by Katie O'Dair, assistant dean for residential programs, of the voting locations for MIT residence halls and ILGs in Cambridge, Boston, and Brookline.
For those residences voting at the Fire House on Massachusetts Avenue, please note MIT has arranged for a special SafeRide shuttle from 3pm-6pm to take you there. This will be an express Cambridge West shuttle that will pick up at 84 Mass. Ave, stop at New House, and then go directly to the Fire House and back to 84 Mass. Ave. (approx. every 15-20 minutes). From 6pm-8pm, the regularly scheduled Cambridge West Shuttle will take passengers to the Fire House as well.
If you need any additional information, please go directly to the Massachusetts Ward, Precinct, and Polling Place web page: http://development.ntp.com/cvr/
Want more information on the candidates and issues? Check out: http://www.state.ma.us/sec/ele/eleidx.htm
Voting Location: Fire House - Lafayette Square, Mass. Ave:
* Safe ride special voting shuttles will be running from 84 Mass Ave and New House, 3-6pm.
Edgerton, MacGregor, Next House, New House, Tang, Westgate, ADP, Zeta Psi, WILG
Voting Location: Kresge Auditorium:
100 Memorial Drive
Voting Location: Salvation Army Headquarters - 402 Mass. Ave:
Voting Location: Morse School - Granite Street:
BOSTON/BROOKLINE VOTING LOCATIONS:
Voting Location: Copley Square Library, Boylston Street:
Pi Lambda Phi,
Pi Kappa Theta,
Voting Location: B.U. Myles Standish Hall, 30 Baystate Road:
Alpha Chi Omega,
Beta Theta Pi,
Lambda Chi Alpha,
Phi Delta Theta,
Voting Location: Devotion School, 345 Harvard Street:
Voting Location: Morville House, 100 Norway Street:
Fenway House, Sigma Nu
Voting Location: Mass. Association for the Blind, 200 Ivy Street: