QATV News

Quincy held a municipal election on November 5th, and QATV was live with results, analysis, and interviews with the candidates and city officials!

Candidates forum hosted by the Quincy Democratic City Committee at Central Middle School on October 29, 2019.

A Councillor at Large Candidates night held at the Thomas Crane Public Library on October 23, 2019

Guests Ann Suzedell and Deanna Van Schagen discuss the Quincy Point Congregational Church "Pumpkin Patch Fair".

As part of our commitment to bringing you in depth coverage of Quincy’s elections, Quincy Access Television has offered to all candidates on the November election ballot, the opportunity to produce up to a five-minute message about their candidacy. The following presentation of these messages reflects QATV’s commitment to bringing you the information you need to help you make an informed choice when you cast your ballot.

Polls will be open on Election Day, Tuesday, November 5th, from 7am to 8pm. To find your polling place, visit the city web site at www.QuincyMA.gov, or call the City Clerk’s Office at (617) 376-1144. Be sure to tune in to our live election coverage beginning at 8pm on Election Day, on Channels 8 and 9! And don’t forget to cast your vote!

Quincy Climate Action Network recently hosted a Candidates Night, for candidates running for Mayor, Councilor-at-Large, and Ward Councilors for Wards 1, 5 and 6.

Quincy Asian Resources recently hosted a Candidates Night, for candidates running for Councilor-at-Large and School Committee in Quincy.

Sherry Zou and Nathan Robinson of the Quincy Department of Planning & Community Development discuss the Office of Healthy Homes Lead Abatement Program.

State Representative and House Majority Leader Ron Mariano of Quincy talks about issues including vaping, toll lanes, and online sports betting.

Quincy Public Schools Athletic Directors Kevin Mahoney and JJ Niamkey discuss upcoming high school sports games for the next two weeks.

MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak talks about improvements along the Red Line, and longer term goals for the system.

The City of Quincy hosted a candlelight vigil to bring attention to the issue of substance addiction.

The 6th Annual City of Presidents 5k Run/Walk succeeds two longtime races in Quincy, The U.S. Marshall William F. Degan Memorial Road Race and the Officer Jamie Cochrane Memorial Road Race. The City of Quincy and the Quincy Public Schools present this event to promote health & wellness for our residents with proceeds benefiting programs for Quincy Public Schools.

Mary Christo and Dawn Hayes from DOVE chat about their upcoming Harvesting Hope Gala.

Sarah Holroyd of Quincy Community Action Programs provides details about their 8th Annual Best Chef Competition Fundraiser, scheduled for October 3rd at 6:00pm at Granite Links in Quincy.

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