It’s a Friday in mid-October, in the lobby at Kindred Transitional Care & Rehabilitation of Quincy, and voting is already underway. Because many residents of nursing homes and assisted-care facilities can’t visit polling places, Quincy, like other communities, brings the polling place to them. So Maureen Keane and Mary Burke, on behalf of the Quincy Election Department, are going around the city helping seniors fill out absentee ballots; they planned to visit eight such places leading up to Election Day.
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