With Tuesday’s Massachusetts primary behind us, it’s time to look ahead to the Nov. 8 general election, when Massachusetts voters will choose a new governor, a new attorney general and make decisions on three ballot questions.
In Andover, voters will vote for state senator, and many people in town will need to pick a candidate in a contested race for state representative. To get a feel for what Andover voters are thinking, we’re conducting an unscientific survey to measure voter sentiment less than two months before the election.
To thank you for the time it takes to complete our survey, we’ll enter you in a drawing for a $50 gift card to the Andover business or restaurant of your choice. We’ll choose two winners, and everyone who enters before the survey closes at noon on Friday, Sept. 16, will automatically be entered to win.
For the purposes of this survey, we will only be asking respondents about contested races that will be on the ballot for some or all Andover residents. The survey, which will be open until noon on Friday, Sept. 16, is not meant to be a scientific poll. The results, however, will show us the sentiment of Andover News readers less than two months before they head to the polls for the Nov. 8 general election.