FALL BACK! SET YOUR CLOCKS BACK 1 HOUR SATURDAY NIGHT! Vol. 31, No.44 -FREEwww.advocatenew.net Free Every Friday Football Patriots blank Malden High Golden Tornadoes, make post season Face Plymouth South High School away on Friday 781-286-8500 Friday, November 4, 2022 Tuesday’s General Election has no local candidates with opposition; emphasis on next governor and ballot questions By Tara Vocino R evere’s Election Commission Paul Fahey, MPA, said he expects a moderate turnout for Tuesday’s General Election. Out of approximately 30,000 TEAM LEADERS: Patriots Captains from left, Chris Cassidy, Capt. Jason Shosho, Capt. Sami Elasri, and Capt. Max Doucette will lead the team on Friday for their fi rst round of the tourney against Plymouth South HS. (Advocate fi le photo) By Greg Phipps W ith a playoff berth on the line, the Revere High School football team came through with a strong performance against the Malden Golden Tornadoes in Greater Boston League action last Friday night at Macdonald Stadium in Malden. The Patriot defense stepped up big and shut down the Malden off ense in an FOOTBALL | SEE Page 16 Police Activities League present sweatshirts to GBL Champions Patriots Girls’ Volleyball Team on Senior Night registered voters, approximately 3,000 residents chose early voting. “Since there aren’t any local candidates with opposition, it seems that the attention will be placed on state-wide governor choices and ballot questions,” Fahey said Thursday. “Questions 1 and 4 will likely garner the most interest.” Democratic nominee Maura Healey, Libertarian party candidate Kevin Reed, and Republican nominee Geoff Diehl are vying for the governor’s position, looking to succeed two-term incumbent Gov. Charlie Baker, who is not seeking re-election. The candidates for lieutenant alongside gubernatorial nominees, are Kim Driscoll (Democratic Party), Leah Allen (Republican Party) and Peter Everett (Libertarian Party). According to the state Web site (sec.state.ma.us), Question 1 would establish an additional 4 percent state income tax on that portion of annual taxable income totaling more than $1 million. A yes vote would amend the state Constitution to impose an additional 4 percent tax on that portion of incomes more than $1 million to be used, subject to appropriation by the state Legislature, on education and transportation. A no vote would make no change in the state Constitution relative to income tax. Question 2 would direct the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Division of Insurance to approve or disapprove the rates of dental benefi t plans and would governor, who run on a ticket ELECTION | SEE Page 17 Annual Veterans Day program on Nov. 11 at Joseph L. Mottola VFW Post Advocate Staff Report T he Revere Veterans Committee in cooperation with VOLLEYBALL | SEE Page 14 The Revere Police Activities League (PAL) – including Offi cers Daniel Redding and Derek Vecchia, Sgts. Milton Alfaro and Joseph Internicola and PAL Director Kris Oldoni – and Revere Public Schools (RPS) Director of Health and Wellness Jill Herwig, School Resource Offi cer Joseph Singer and RPS Athletic Director Frank Shea gave sweatshirts to the volleyball champions, who are pictured in the center from left to right. Bottom row: Lea Doucette, Kelren Fernandes, Juanita Giraldo, Camila Echeverri, Liv Yuong and Asst. Coach Emilie Hostetter. Top row: Ayra Vranic, Tassya DaCosta, Kyara Rodriguez, Gabriela De La Rosa, Stephanie Espinoza, Sabrina Indorato and Fiona Musaraj. Mayor Brian Arrigo will conduct their 17th annual Veterans Day program on Friday, November 11, 2022, at the Joseph L. Mottola VFW Post 4524 (61 Lucia Ave., Revere, Mass.) at 5:00 p.m. on behalf of the Veterans of Revere. Invited guests are retired military personnel from the Soldiers’ Home in Chelsea. Dinner and dancing to the music of DJ Alan LaBella will follow the event. A Chinese food buff et will be served at a cost of $20.00 per person. Anyone wishing to purchase a complete table of 10 in advance may call 781-2447430. Individual tickets are being sold at the Revere Veterans Offi ce at 249 Rear Broadway Revere and by Al Terminiello, Jr. and Ira Novoselsky. Payments must be made by Monday, November 7, 2022. $5.05 GALLON We accept: MasterCard * Visa * & Discover Price Subject to Change without notice 100 Gal. Min. 24 Hr. Service 781-286-2602

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