Is the “No?” vote organized enough to defeat this override? You bet they are. Here is what they are doing:

  • building an e-mail list
  • developing an on-line presence
  • printing flyers
  • going door-to-door in neighborhoods to distribute those flyers
  • calling senior citizens to remind them to vote
  • providing transportation to the polls
  • distributing absentee ballot information
  • passing out lawn signs
  • posting bumper stickers
  • soliciting donations

Don’t let our record turnout at both town meetings lull you into thinking this override is sure to pass. We need every “Yes” vote we can get on Thursday.

What can you do? Get yourself, your spouse, and your school supporting neighbors to the polls on May 15 (Thursday). Ask your friends to do the same.

Mark next Thursday, May 15 to vote. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. It only takes a few minutes!

Wenham voters: Buker School

Hamilton voters: Winthrop School

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