The subject of Elections in Massachusetts is addressed in Title VIII of the Mass. General Laws. The Secretary of the Commonwealth’s Elections Division provides information on laws and regulations governing the election process. The Division’s robust web presence will link you to interactive voter tools …Continue Reading Voting in Massachusetts
In order to vote in the November 8, 2016 election, Massachusetts residents must be registered by Wednesday, October 19th. You can check on your voter registration status by visiting the Elections Division website. Additionally you can find out how to register online, your voting location, early voting times …Continue Reading Getting ready to vote
New regulations relating to early voting in Massachusetts became effective on August 26, 2016, in time for the 2016 fall elections. The regulations implement the requirements set forth in General Laws Chapter 54, Section 25B, “Early voting; application for early voting ballots; early voting period, sites and lists; counting of …Continue Reading Early Voting in Massachusetts
In Massachusetts and some other states, the right to vote is temporarily suspended while a person is incarcerated for a felony offense. They may vote again after they are released from prison. In some states, even people convicted of a misdemeanor cannot vote while incarcerated. In other …Continue Reading Can Felons Vote in Massachusetts?
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