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Friday, November 1, 2002

ANTI-WAR VIGIL. Twenty-two local residents and clergy braved a cold evening on Wednesday, October 23, to hold a peace vigil at the town rotary. Holding signs such as "peace is patriotic," "no first strike," and "support the United Nations," they were protesting against a unilateral U.S. attack against Iraq. (Photo by Ellen Huber)
The following article appeared in the November 4, 1994 issue of the Mosquito. We are reprinting it at this time as we hear more about problems with 21st-century voting machines and hanging chads. ...more

The long-awaited sale of the town-owned Carriage Way parcel has been finalized, netting Carlisle $413,872.59 after legal costs. This was accomplished through the cooperative efforts of Vivian Chaput and the board of selectmen, town administrator Madonna McKenzie, and local developer Bill Costello. ...more
How should the state house manage a potential $2 billion budget deficit? Does a tax rollback make sense now? What's the best way to get the state economy back on track? These were the underlying themes of the debate between 14th District state representative Cory Atkins (D-Concord) and her opponent Peter Unitt (R-Concord) on Friday, October 25, at the Channel ...more

Vote in State Election, Tuesday, November 5
Voting at polls

Polls will be open on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Town Hall on Westford Street.

Election coverage

A sample ballot is shown on page 8. A chart outlining the pros and cons of ballot questions is on page 10.

The Carlisle vote count will be posted on the Mosquito web site, www.carlislemosquito.org, within 24 hours of completing the tally.

Absentee ballots

Registered voters who will not be able to vote at the polls in the state election on Tuesday, November 5, can obtain absentee ballots at the town clerk's office at the Town Hall. Citizens can vote at the office from now until Monday, November 4, at noon.

For those who need ballots mailed, application forms may be requested in person or by a family member.


2002 The Carlisle Mosquito