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Brookline PAX

Brookline PAX

Brookline Town Election Tuesday, May 3, 2022 Because of redistricting following the 2020 Federal Census, precincts and polling places have changed for many Brookline voters. Find where you vote here. Brookline PAX Newsletter for May, 2022 is now online! It lists all May 3 2022 PAX-endorsed candidates by office and precinct.

2021 Annual PAX Newsletter

The 2021 Annual PAX Newsletter was published on April 23! The web version of the newsletter can be downloaded here. The newsletter contains explanations for PAX endorsements of Townwide candidates, the list of endorsed Town Meeting Members, a Chair’s column, Town Meeting update, and special columns from Brookline Rep. Tommy Vitolo and Jeff Wachter of…

May 4th, 2021 Town Election Endorsements

A PAX Endorsement requires support from 60% of the PAX Board. Those endorsed in the 2021 election are listed below as they will appear on the ballot. TOWN MODERATOR – 3 YEARS – Vote for ONE No Endorsement TOWN CLERK – 3 YEARS – Vote for ONE Benjamin Kaufman SELECT BOARD – 3 YEARS -…

Apply to vote by mail

Stay tuned for information on applying for a Vote-By-Mail-Application for the May 3rd Brookline Town Election.

Brookline PAX: An Early History

Except for last paragraph, taken from the papers of Ethel Machanic Alper (1908-1989), U. Mass., BostonEthel Machanic Alper, daughter of Russian Jewish immigrants, was born September 23, 1908, in Burlington, Vermont. An accomplished portrait artist, Ethel attended the school of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston on a scholarship. She married Benedict Solomon Alper…

SUPPORT PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATES

Every year, Brookline PAX endorses progressive candidates for elective office. Please help us in the critical 2023 election season, making a donation to the Brookline PAX Campaign Committee. Donations to the Brookline PAX Campaign Committee support the election of endorsed candidates with mailings, and, in many races, additional campaign materials. Your financial support is critical…

Finding Voter Information Online

Are You Registered to vote? Find Your Registration Status on the Secretary of the Commonwealth website. Where do you vote? Find your Precinct and Polling Place


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