First Suffolk & Middlesex General Election Set for Tuesday, January 11

On Tuesday, January 11 East Boston voters are reminded to head to the polls during the First Suffolk & Middlesex Special Election General Election and cast their ballots for state senator.

District 1 City Councilor Lydia Edwards, who won the state primary against Revere’s Anthony D’Ambrosio on December 14, will be alone on the ballot as there is no Republican challenger.

The election to fill the seat vacated by Joseph Boncore will take place in the Boston neighborhoods of East Boston, the North End, Beacon Hill, Chinatown, Bay Village, the South End as well as Revere, Winthrop and Cambridgeport.

Where to Vote in Eastie

The following are the polling locations in Eastie broken down in order from Precincts 1 through 14. All Eastie polling locations will be open between 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 11. Ballots will be available in English, Spanish, Chinese and Vietnamese. Language assistance will be available on Election Day by translators at polling locations or by contacting the Election Department’s translation phone bank. Voting will be traditional, in-person on Election Day, and by excused Absentee Ballot only. Voters have until Wednesday, January 5, at 5 p.m. to apply for an Absentee Ballot at

Precinct 1, Samuel Adams Elementary School – 165 Webster St. Vote in the auditorium. Voters enter from the left of the main entrance.

Precinct 2, Donald Mckay School – 122 Cottage St. Vote in the music room. Voter entrance on Mckay Place.

Precinct 3, BHA Heritage Apartments – 209 Sumner St. Vote in the community room.

Precinct 4, Paris Street Community Center – 112 Paris St. Vote in the gymnasium.

Precinct 5, Paris Street Community Center – 112 Paris St. Vote in the gymnasium.

Precinct 6,7,8,9 and 10 East Boston High School Gymnasium – 86 White Street. Vote in the gymnasium. Voter entrance is on the left side of the building on Brooks Street.

Precinct 11, Cheverus School Apartments – 10 Moore St. Vote in the lobby. Voter entrance is through the parking lot from Chaucer Street to the left of the main entrance.

Precinct 12, Orient Heights Yacht Club – 61 Bayswater St. Vote in the function room.

Precinct 13, Curtis Guild Elementary School – 195 Leyden St. Vote in the gymnasium. Voter entrance is at 195 Leyden street to the far right of the building.

Precinct 14, Overlook Terrace – 40 Vallar Rd. Vote in the community room.

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