While waiting for the college van, Deborah Anbroseno, 20, of Dennis, said she was excited to vote in her first Presidential election. The junior also said all of her roommates had either sent absentee ballets or were planning on voting after their classes later this evening.
She spoke favorably of the college providing rides for students: “[The rides] are especially beneficial for freshmen who don’t have cars on campus,” said Anbroseno.
The shuttle service, sponsored by the college’s student government association, student development, residential programs and services, and MASSPIRG, will take students to Ward 2 and Ward 3 until 8 p.m.
– Lyndsay DeBord
Note: We have news that just over 2,000 people voted in Williamstown by noon.