2010 Pre-Registration for Teens Voted Out
Pre-registration for 16 and 17 year-olds is successfully voted out of the state legislature’s Joint Committee on Election Laws.
2010 MassVOTE Helps Non-profits and Service Agencies
MassVOTE helps non-profits and service agencies across the state reach out to their constituents to make sure they are counted in the 2010 Federal Census ensuring that communities have equal political representation and get the federal money they deserve.
2009 MassVOTE Leads Successful Coalition
MassVOTE leads successful coalition to seat an interim US Senator for Massachusetts, vote proves pivotal.
2009 Veteran Voting Support Act Passes
Veteran Voting Support Act passes, letting overseas service members send in scans of ballots via fax or email.
2008 MassVOTE held Get Out the Vote and Election Protection efforts
On November 4, Boston saw the highest turnout since the 1960s. MassVOTE held a huge Get Out the Vote and Election Protection efforts.
2008 MassVOTE Holds Eye on Democracy Video Contest
MassVOTE holds Eye on Democracy Video Contest, encouraging amateur filmmakers to document people’s voting experiences.
2008 MassVOTE Works with Suffolk University
MassVOTE works with Suffolk University to develop a new poll worker training and helps recruit young, people, bilingual people, and people of color to be poll workers.
2008 Election Day Registration Passed the State Senate
Election Day Registration is successfully passed of the State Senate, 33-5, before being stopped in the State House.
2008 February’s Presidential Primary
February’s Presidential Primary sees the highest turnout in two decades.
2007 MassVOTE Partners with Oisté
MassVOTE partners with a Latino civic organization, Oisté, and Suffolk University to create the Initiative for Diversity in Civic Leadership, a program that aims to give 30 people of color per year the campaign skills, policy knowledge, and network needed to help them seek elected or appointed office within the ...