Students living in Harvard dorms and registered to vote in Cambridge are spread across eight city precincts. Below is a list of precincts and polling places. Polls will open at 8 a.m. today and stay open until 8 p.m.
Ward 6, Precinct 3--Residents of Adams House, Apley Court, Claverly Hall, Divinity Hall, Eliot House, Hastings Hall, Kirkland House, Leverett House entries AE, Lowell House, Quincy House, Winthrop House, and all freshman dorms vote at the firehouse near Memorial Hall. Use the Broadway St. entrance.
Ward 6, Precinct 4--Residents of Dunster House, Leverett House entries F and G and Mather House vote at the recreation building in the Corporal Burns playground just off Banks St.
Ward 7, Precinct 5--Residents of Currier House, North House and South House (with the exceptions in Ward 8, Precinct 3--see below) vote at the Peabody School on Walker St. Use the playground entrance.
Ward 7, Precinct 1--Residents of graduate dorms Ames Hall, Child Hall, Dane Hall, Holmes Hall, Perkins Hall, Richard Hall, Shaw Hall, Story Hall and Wyeth Hall vote at the corner of Sacramento and Oxford Streets.
Ward 7, Precinct 2--Residents of Conant and Rockefeller Hall also vote at the Agassiz Elementary School.
Ward 8, Precinct 5--Residents of 29 Garden St., 20 Walker St., Shepherd House, 60 Walker St. and Coggeshall vote at the Harvard-Epworth Methodist Church.
Ward 8, Precinct 3--Residents of Lawrence Hall vote at the Congregational Church at the corner of Garden and Mason Sts. Use the Mason St. entrance.
Ward 8, Precinct 4--Residents of Cronkhite Hall vote at the Parish House at 3 Church St.
Student Voting GuideStudents living in Harvard dorms and registered to vote in Cambridge are spread across eight city precincts. Below is a
Student GOP To Interview Local VotersMembers of the Young Republican Club and the Eisenhower Club will interview 500 Cambridge citizens during the next few weeks
Polling Places Listed Below As Precinct Lines Run WildWard and precinct boundaries cross College grounds in a dozen different places, making an outline of where to vote today
Where To VotePolls open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Precinct 6-2 Haskin Hall --Fire House, Quincy St. entance Precinct 6-3 Adams House,
Student Voting InformationHarvard students registered to vote in Cambridge are spread across eight city precincts. Below is a list of precincts and
Where To VotePotis open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Procinct 6-2 Haskin Hall --Fire House, Quincy St. entrance Procinct 6-3 Adams House.