Holy Trinity Armenian Church in Cambridge, Mass. served as an election site on November 3, 2020 (photo Ken Martin)

US Voting Sites Include Armenian Church Hall, While Boston High-End Armenian Stores Prepare for the Worst


BOSTON/CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – There was at least one Armenian institution serving as a voting site among many such locations in the United States for the November 3 election, Cambridge’s Holy Trinity Armenian Church.

Meanwhile, the anxiety over the aftermath of the election led a number of stores in downtowns to cover up their windows as a preventative measure, including a high-end Armenian-owned clothing store in Boston. Newbury Street real estate owner Charles Talanian in a Boston Globe interview last week said he had brought in private security and was boarding up the windows of vacant stores on his properties.

Many stores in Boston, including some Armenian-owned ones, boarded up their entrances and windows as a preventative measure prior to the November 3, 2020 election, photo Ken Martin

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