ELECTION

2017 ELECTION COVERAGE

Part of our purpose at LCTV is to educate the public about your elected officials and general information about elections. Below is air-date information & YouTube embeds about the Middle School Ballot Questions.

We will also be using this space to post about the 2017 City of Lynn Councilor, School Commitee, & Mayoral races.

If you have any questions as to where to vote in Lynn, past election results for Lynn, & more information please visit the City of Lynn  City Clerk & Elections Office by clicking here.



VOTING INFORMATION

You can find a sample ballot from the Chief of Elections office by clicking here. The locations below are where registered voters can go on special election day. If you are in need of more information you can contact the Elections Office by clicking here.

List of Lynn Polling Places
Ward Precinct(s) Polling Place Name Address | Map Link
Ward 1 1 Shoemaker School 26 Regina Road
2 Pondview Lodge 112 Kernwood Drive
3 | 4 Sisson School 56 Conomo Avenue

Ward
2
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 St. Pius Lower Church Hall 215 Maple Street

Ward
3
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 Marshall Middle School 100 Brookline Street

Ward
4
1 | 2 KIPP Academy 90 High Rock Street
3 | 4 The Lynn Museum 590 Washington Street

Ward
5
1 | 2 | 3 Lynn Voc. Tech Annex 90 Commercial Street
4 LHA Community Hall 10 Church Street

Ward
6
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 Lynn Voc. Tech Fieldhouse 80 Neptune Boulevard

Ward
7
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 Breed Junior High School 90 O’Callaghan Way

 



FRANKLY SPEAKING

There were episodes featuring both proponents & opponents to the middle school ballot questions, who reached out to be guests on this program. The opponents’ episodes will air first during the times below, and will be followed by the proponents’ show. They have also been included below from YouTube.

PUBLIC ACCESS CHANNEL: Monday, Wednesday, & Friday at 12PM & 8PM

GOVERNMENT ACCESS CHANNEL: March 8, 10, & 12 at 2PM & 10PM

 


THE AMERICAN DREAM

There were episodes featuring both proponents & opponents to the middle school ballot questions, who reached out to be guests on this program.  The opponents’ episodes will air first during the times below, and will be followed by the proponents’ show. They have also been included below from YouTube.

PUBLIC ACCESS CHANNEL: Thursday & Friday at 7AM & 8:30PM

GOVERNMENT ACCESS CHANNEL: March 9, 11, & 13 at 8AM & 9:30PM


THE LCTV SHOW

The staff at LCTV reached out to both sides of the issue for the middle school ballot question to come on and answer the same questions separate from one another before airing the episodes together. The no side accepted the invitation to come on, but the yes side did not. The episode has been included below from YouTube.

The yes side published a 9-page report in response to this episode. In an effort to allow their argument to be seen, you can be found by clicking here.