To Vote or Not to Vote? Is That Really a Question?

We take civic engagement seriously here at The Bedford Citizen, in fact, it’s kind of our missionThe Bedford Citizen – About Us. 

A recent article on the importance of  local elections lamented low turnouts: The Importance of Local ElectionsThe Harvard Political Review – November 24, 2020

One thing the article mentioned was “….One of the study’s researchers, Johns Hopkins University political science professor Benjamin Ginsberg, cited insufficient media coverage as a potential cause for this reported ignorance.”

Well, that’s not an excuse Bedford can use.   Check out our coverage of the upcoming election collected in one list. Town Election 2021

Bedford’s 2021 Town Election will take place on Saturday, March 13, 2021

What’s your plan? 

Take our new snap poll, and if you’re planning to vote by mail, think instead of voting ‘by hand’ and deliver your ballot to Town Hall before the polls close. (Learn why!)

The lockbox to the right of Bedford’s Town Hall front door is the authorized depository for mail-in and absentee ballots

 

Ready to be counted? Vote in the poll until noon on Election Day, March 13, 2021. You’ll find the poll in the right-hand column on The Citizen’s main page, or by scrolling to the bottom of your phone or tablet

 

 

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