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Dear Friends and Neighbors, 

I hope you are doing well! We are officially ONE WEEK away from the 2022 State Election, so I wanted to check in and make sure you’re prepared at the polls on November 8th (or earlier). 

Using your voice in this election is critical for the future of reproductive rights, immigration laws, climate change, allocation of resources and so much more that is on the ballot. Please join me in making a plan to vote, either early at one of the City’s early voting locations or on election day.

Below is an example of what will be on the ballot, along with how I will be voting on the statewide positions in parentheses. As always, please feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns. 

Voter Checklist 

BALLOT OFFICES: Offices on the ballot will appear in the following order:

I hope you will join me in voting for a strong slate of Democratic Candidates on November 8th. This is a historic election for the Commonwealth, and these candidates are what we need to tackle large regional issues and also to partner with us on the specific issues of our neighborhoods. 

Lastly, I hope that you will consider voting to re-elect me as your State Representative in the General Court. It has been my distinct privilege to serve the 8th Suffolk District and it would be an honor to receive your vote this November. 

You can vote early at any early voting location in your community and Boston City Hall, by mail, or at your polling place on Election Day. If you planned to vote by mail but haven’t sent it in yet, it is likely too late to arrive by election day, but you are able to return your ballot in person instead of mailing it, we have dedicated drop boxes throughout the City. You have until 8 p.m. on Election Day to drop off your ballot. Your ballot must be received by the end of Election Day in order to count. 

Please note that The City of Boston has announced new polling locations following the October reprecincting. The new precinct structure focuses on equity across voting populations in each precinct to reduce wait times and increase voter access so your polling location may be different from previous years. 

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns. I am happy to discuss any of these topics further. Thank you for your consideration. 

In your service, 
Jay Livingstone 

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