The Lincoln Democratic Town Committee (LDTC) will hold a Get Out the Vote reception and rally for Katherine Clark, the Democratic nominee for Congressional District 5, on Saturday, Dec. 7 from 2-5 p.m. in Bemis Hall in preparation for the Dec. 10 special election to fill the Congressional seat previously held by Sen. Ed Markey….
(Editor’s note: this story has been corrected to include a link to the SBAC’s final report, which previously was available only in draft form.)
The School Building Advisory Committee (SBAC) will present its final report to the School Committee tonight—a report that says Lincoln should pursue state funding for a modified “L-shaped” building and renovation project rather than a “repair only” pathway.
Here are the election results for Lincoln and surrounding towns for the October 15 5th Congressional District primary, where voters chose a Republican and Democratic candidate to face off in the December 10 special election for the seat formerly held by U.S. Sen. Ed Markey. Lincoln’s voter turnout was 20.6%, according to Town Clerk Susan Brooks….
Community facilities needs, the future of Lincoln Station, and the possibility of Lincoln getting its own electrical utility are the topics that will be discussed at the annual “State of the Town” meeting on Saturday, November 9 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Brooks Auditorium.
Lincoln residents are invited to join Democratic Congressional candidate Peter Koutoujian for a “meet and greet” opening reception in his Lincoln office at 146 Lincoln Road on Sunday, September 29 from noon to 1 p.m. (next to St. Joseph’s Church). Koutoujian, the Middlesex County sheriff and a former member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, is one of seven candidates…
Could you drive seniors to essential appointments? The Lincoln Council on Aging needs people drive seniors to local medical appointments, the COA, or shopping in Lincoln on one or more days per month. You may be a regular driver assigned to a specific day once a month or a substitute that we would call occasionally. …
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To the Editor:
On October 15, voters will elect Democratic and Republican candidates in a special primary election to fill Ed Markey’s seat from Massachusetts’ Fifth Congressional District.
We need progressive Democrat Peter Koutoujian to be our next representative to Congress. Whether it may be women’s rights in health care and the workplace, responsible gun violence prevention, public safety, protecting the environment and addressing climate change, education from preschool through adulthood, and building a strong 21st-century middle-class economy, Peter is hands-down the right person for the job.