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Where to Vote in Tuesday's Special State Primary Election

Polls are open on Tuesday, June 25 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Patch file photo.
Patch file photo.

Another election arrives in Boston on Tuesday, March 4. 

Polls for the Special State Primary Election  for the 2nd and 13th Suffolk Representative Districts Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday's race is not a city-wide election.

Democratic candidates Roy A. Avellaneda, Christopher Remmes and Daniel Joseph Ryan are all running for the State Representative seat on the ballot for Tuesday's election. All three candidates have been battling the cold this winter to reach out to voters as they aim to fill Eugene O'Flaherty's seat, who was previously named as corporation counsel amid several appointments made by new Mayor Martin Walsh, according to the Charlestown Patriot-Bridge

Charlestown residents who live in Boston's Ward 2 can vote at the following locations Tuesday:

  • Districts 1 & 3—Zelma Lacey House, 9 West School St. Voting takes place in the community room.
  • Districts 2 & 4—Harvard-Kent Elementary School, 50 Bunker Hill St. 
    Voting takes place in the gymnasium. 
  • Districts 5 and 6—Clarence R. Edwards Middle School, 28 Walker St.
    Enter through the rear entrance from Eden Street. Voting takes in the gymnasium. 
  • District 7—Golden Age Senior Center; 382 Main St. Voting takes place in the building.

Not sure what district you live in? Look up your address on the Secretary of State's website to find out.

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