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Wednesday, December 31 1969

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Greenfield Town Council At Large & School Committee Candidates Forum 2017

Recorded October 26, 2017

Last night, candidates running for Greenfield Town Councilor At Large and seats on the Greenfield School Committee, in the November 7th town election, answered questions from local media and the public.

Greenfield Town Council Precinct Candidates Forum 2017

Recorded October 19, 2017

Last night, candidates running for Greenfield Town Councilor in Precincts 5, 6, 7, 8, & 9, in the November 7th town election, answered questions from local media and the public.

Political Discourse

By: 
Philippe Simon
December 5, 2016

Hear why two local residents traveled to New York City shortly after Donald Trump was elected our next president.

Greenfield Results are In!

November 8, 2016

Hillary Clinton is Greenfield voters' top choice for President.  Click the "watch now" link to see complete results.

Should Massachusetts Raise the Cap on Charter Schools?

Recorded October 18, 2016

Proponents and opponents of Ballot Question #2 made their arguments, and answered audience questions, during a panel held last night at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.

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Should Massachusetts Legalize Marijuana?

Recorded October 6, 2016

Proponents and opponents of Ballot Question #4 discussed the possibility of legalizing this drug during a panel held last night at Greenfield Community College.

2016 State Primary Results are In!

September 8, 2016

Here in Greenfield, Mary Hurley won the only contested race, in the Democratic Primary for Governor's Council.  Click the "watch now" link to see more results.

Presidential Primary Results are In!

March 1, 2016

Here in Greenfield, Bernie Sanders won the contested Democratic Primary and Donald Trump topped the Republican ticket.  Click the "watch now" link to see complete results, including newly elected town and state committee members.

Get Out & Vote!

Participating in the democratic process is very important; if you don't vote, you don't get a say in how our government works.  In addition, if you don't take the time to cast your ballot, you don't really have a right to complain if you disagree with the way elected officials are doing their jobs.

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