Quincy voters have several contested races to decide at today’s annual election.
But there are also three ballot questions, including one that would change the length of a mayor’s term in office.
Voters in Quincy will decide a two-way race for Ward 4 City Councilor and a four-way contest for three seats on the Quincy School Committee
Voters will also decide if the mayor’s term in office should be for four years instead of the current two-year term.
This question is a binding citizen’s petition, meaning that, if it passes, it will change the current law.
A second question that was put on the ballot by the city council is a community preservation question that would expand funding options. If it passes, it would be binding.
Also on the ballot is a question about merging the city’s two high schools. This is a non-binding citizen’s petition.
Polls in Quincy are open 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.