CAPE COD – Voter enthusiasm was so high on Cape Cod that shortly before 3 p.m. a police officer outside of Eastham Town Hall told us, “I think the whole town has already voted.”
When we got to Eastham, no one was walking into Town Hall and no one was outside in the brisk weather holding campaign signs.
Same with Provincetown Town Hall late in the afternoon.
We started earlier in the day, in Falmouth and made our way to Hyannis, Yarmouth, and Dennis before heading to the Outer Cape.
Here are a few of the sights we saw on election day.
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Friends supporting competing candidates for State Senate: Nancy Taylor, for Susan Moran, and Steve Murphy for Jay McMahon. CAPE COD WAVE PHOTO
A line in the morning at St. Anthony’s Church in East Falmouth. CAPE COD WAVE PHOTO
A supporter of Jay McMahon waves to drivers near the Waquoit Congregtional Church. CAPE COD WAVE PHOTO
Peter Beil and Felice Beil for Will Crocker, State Representative candidate, at the the Hyannis Youth Center CAPE COD WAVE PHOTO
Mark Galkowski and Lynda Galkowski for Will Crocker at the Cape & Island Association of Realtors in West Yarmouth. CAPE COD WAVE PHOTO
Coco Raymond for Josh Mason for State Representative at Dennis Town Hall. CAPE COD WAVE PHOTO
Outside Eastham Town Hall. CAPE COD WAVE PHOTO
Provincetown Town Hall late afternoon. CAPE COD WAVE PHOTO
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