Mashpee to hold Election Day food drive

Voters encouraged to bring non-perishables foods with them to the polls

The Mashpee Human Services Committee is asking voters to bring food donations with them when they head to the polls next Tuesday.  Mashpee Town Clerk Deborah F. Dami is predicting a record turn out in town as voters head to the polls to cast their votes for president and senator and two weigh in on some hotly contested ballot questions.

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Of Mashpee's 10,620 registered voters, Dami is predicting a turnout of 92% or 9,700 voters at the Quashnet School on November 6.

As winter approaches, demand at local food pantries is high.  The Human Services Committee is requesting that voters bring non-perishable food donations with them to the polls.  Canned soup, vegetables and fruit, tuna, spaghetti and peanut butter are all needed items. The pantries also needs toilet paper, paper towels and hand soap.

Committee members will deliver the Election Day donations to the pantries the following morning.

Mashpee residents vote at the Quashnet Elementary School, 150 Old Barnstable Road.

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