Steve, I think this is what you're looking for essentially, if not exactly.
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Try calling your local election department for a fax of a sample ballot. Transcribe your sample ballot content similarly typing it out according to how it's laid out on your sample ballot. Or scan your sample ballot and put it up here for others who haven't contacted their local election department. Seeing how it's formatted ahead of time makes it easier to vote when at the poll, for example for people with concerns about like symptoms of dyslexia or ADD.For example...Send-To: firstname.lastname@example.orgBy email [email@example.com] please send a sample ballot for the election...http://www.cityofboston.gov/contact/default.asp?id=33http://www.cambridgema.gov/election/http://www.somervillema.gov/Department.cfm?dept=ELECThttp://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/elecon.htmSample ballots for Brooklinehttp://www.townofbrooklinemass.com/townclerk/ElectionSchedule.htmlcityofboston.gov/contact/default.asp?id=33cambridgema.gov/election/somervillema.gov/Department.cfm?dept=ELECTsec.state.ma.us/ele/elecon.htmSample ballots for Brooklinetownofbrooklinemass.com/townclerk/ElectionSchedule.html
I already contacted them and they said it would be up on the site by last Friday.
> they said it would be up on the site by> last Friday.Please call the Public Records Division and followup that request so that they respond better and for the next time that they respond more promptlyhttp://www.sec.state.ma.us/arc/arcrmu/rmuidx.htmpre at sec.state.ma.ushttp://sunshineboston.blogspot.com
Sample ballots are now available by email to election at sec.state.ma.us