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Massachusetts Voting and Election Information Posted on Sep 13

Massachusetts Voting and Election Information

Election Day is a time to make your voice heard in state and national politics. On Nov. 8, Bay State voters will cast their ballots for president, vice president, and U.S. representatives. Voters will also elect representatives in state and local government and weigh in   …Continue Reading Massachusetts Voting and Election Information

November 5th Elections Posted on Oct 31

November 5th Elections

Massachusetts residents who are registered to vote can exercise their constitutional right in next Tuesday’s general election. General Information This year, voters will participate in municipal elections for officeholders in cities, counties, school boards, and special districts across the state. In addition, a special state   …Continue Reading November 5th Elections

Vote in the State Special Election on June 25 Posted on Jun 4

Vote in the State Special Election on June 25

In December 2012, President Barack Obama nominated Massachusetts Senator John Kerry to fill the role of Secretary of State following Hillary Clinton’s retirement, and Kerry accepted, leaving his Senate seat vacant. The special election to fill this seat will be held on June 25th; in   …Continue Reading Vote in the State Special Election on June 25

Register to Vote in the Special Election Primary for U. S. Senate by April 10 Posted on Apr 3

Register to Vote in the Special Election Primary for U. S. Senate by April 10

President Barack Obama nominated Senator John Kerry to fill the role of Secretary of State following Hillary Clinton’s retirement, and Kerry accepted, leaving his seat vacant. The primary election to fill Senator Kerry’s seat in the U. S. Senate takes place on April 30th. In   …Continue Reading Register to Vote in the Special Election Primary for U. S. Senate by April 10