Selectman Gary Sagar plans to make a presentation next week about the number of polling stations in Seekonk.
Did you have any problems voting in Seekonk on Election Day earlier this month? There were fears that the town's first election since reducing the number of polling stations to one could lead to long lines, parking problems and general chaos at Seekonk High School. Did one or more of those situations happen? Selectman Gary Sagar, who has said numerous times that the town should have at least two polling stations, told Seekonk Patch he plans to make a presentation on this issue at the Board of Selectmen meeting next week on Wednesday. Share your thoughts in the comments section below about how voting went on Election Day. Also, vote in our poll about how many polling stations is right for Seekonk.
It has been a busy Election Day morning with long lines and frustrated voters.
It has been a busy Election Day in the city. Long lines were forming at 7 a.m. at some of the city's five polling places as residents stood waiting for their turn to vote. While a busy voter turnout is great for candidates, it creates some frustration for voters who hoped to cast their vote before starting their work day. George T. Ross wasted no time casting his vote this morning. Ross stood in line at the Good News Bible Church on West Street waiting for his chance to vote and is excited for today's outcome. His opponent State Rep. Bill Bowles was sure to get his vote in by 10 a.m. today at his designated polling place, Knights of Columbus #5876 on Highland Avenue. Julie Wiegand a native of Barrington, RI who moved to North …