This is not my usual LTL content. BUT, last week I asked you guys if you knew what questions were on the ballot this coming Tuesday and if not, whether you’d like a little info from your neighborhood public interest lawyer turned mama blogger. A sizable majority said yes, so here we are…
I cannot cover everything in my Reels and, while I tried my best to present simplified versions of both sides’ positions, I recognize we are all biased so I encourage you to do some reading about the ballot questions. Below is a list of links to reliable and accurate coverage of the issues as well as to each side’s campaign website, when available. If you have information or a specific link you’d like me to include below, just drop me a note.
Links to Information on Question 1:
- Overview of Question 1.
- Boston Globe article “fact checking” the TV ads for both sides.
- Link to the YES on 1 campaign’s website
- Link to the NO on 1 campaign’s website
Links to Information on Question 2:
- Overview of Question 2
- Boston Globe article outlining the arguments both sides are making,
- Two different views on Question 2.
Links to Information on Question 3:
- What to know about Question 3.
- Potential Impacts of Question 3
Links to Information on Question 4:
- Overview of Question 4 by the Boston Globe.
- Link to the YES on 4 campaign’s website.
- Voter information on the Question from Secretary of State.
- Don’t get mixed up — this article outlines a quirk in the Question that may confuse voters.
We have some really important issues to decide on — no matter what side of the issues you fall on, I hope the above and related Reels encourage you to VOTE and give you a little more understanding as to what that vote would mean for our beautiful state.
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