So we're going to vote her out of office.
The thing is, the ballot is blank and you need to either WRITE IN your candidate's name or PLACE A STICKER in the space provided.
The heading for this area on the ballot is:
SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT
You also have to fill in the oval next to your vote to have it counted. At least that's what I understand.
I went over to the League of Woman Voters website and watched the instructional video for the Accuvote system.
After writing in your candidate's name or placing a sticker on the ballot, the video says:
"...you can also indicate this selection by filling in the oval by the candidate's name."
Here's the excerpt:
All the campaign literature I have received at home says that I must fill in the oval to have my vote count.
I emailed the League of Woman Voters to let them know and then placed a call into the Secretary of State's office. They handle elections.
I got an answering machine telling me that the office is closed. Their hours are 8:45 - 5:00 PM no matter what is happening the next day. LIKE AN ELECTION!
I support Sonia Chang-Diaz, Democrat for SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT.
How to vote in a write-in election.
View the entire ballot here.
Other candidates I support:
Seantor - Edward M. Kennedy
Governor - Deval Patrick
Lt. Governor - Timothy Murray
Secretary of State - John Bonifaz
Clerk of Superior Court (Criminal) - Robert Dello Russo