ELECTION DAY IS TUES., NOV. 7TH

POLLS ARE OPEN 7 A.M. TO 8 P.M.

For any questions or rides to the polls, call:  978-414-5160.

To find your polling place, please visit: WhereDoIVoteMA.com

 

VOTING LOCATIONS

WARD ONE
1-1     BENTLEY SCHOOL, MEMORIAL DRIVE
1-2     COMMUNITY ROOM, 135 LAFAYETTE STREET

WARD TWO
2-1     ST. PETER’S EPISCOPAL HALL, 24 ST. PETER STREET
2-2     ST. PETER’S EPISCOPAL HALL, 24 ST. PETER STREET

WARD THREE
3-1     SALEM HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, 77 WILLSON STREET
3-2     SALEM HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, 77 WILLSON STREET

WARD FOUR
4-1     WITCHCRAFT HEIGHTS SCHOOL GYMNASIUM, 1 FREDERICK STREET
4-2     WITCHCRAFT HEIGHTS SCHOOL GYMNASIUM, 1 FREDERICK STREET

WARD FIVE
5-1    SALTONSTALL SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, 211 LAFAYETTE STREET
5-2    SALTONSTALL SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, 211 LAFAYETTE STREET

WARD SIX
6-1      BATES SCHOOL, LIBERTY HILL AVENUE
6-2      PARK & RECREATION DEPT., MACK PARK

WARD SEVEN
7-1     SALEM STATE ENTERPRISE CENTER, 121 LORING AVENUE
7-2     SALEM STATE ENTERPRISE CENTER, 121 LORING AVENUE

 

About Kim:

Kim took office at a time when Salem was in tough shape. There were record deficits, poor financial management, and a bond rating that tied the city’s hands. The city had to borrow money just to pay salaries for cops and teachers. Downtown Salem was characterized by empty storefronts and neighborhood parks and playgrounds were in desperate need of maintenance and care.

Using professional and sound practices, Kim managed to turn those deficits into record reserve funds and saved taxpayers’ money through the use of technology and finding efficiencies through regionalization, reforming municipal health insurance, and bidding public contracts.

Balanced growth, coupled with the city’s aggressive pursuit of grant opportunities – over $100 million over the last ten years – means that Salem taxpayers haven’t seen the same types of tax increases that other North Shore communities have. Over the last decade Salem has had the second lowest increase in the average single-family tax bill and it’s taxes have gone up 15% less than the state-wide average.

Kim’s leadership has helped transform Salem into what Boston Magazine called in 2013 one of Massachusetts “Best Places to Live.”

While much has changed in Salem since she was first elected in 2005, Kim remains just as optimistic and hopeful about Salem’s future, and just as committed to leading this great city forward.

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