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Internship Opportunity

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Communications Intern

Website: http://massvote.org
Area of Focus: Politics, Voting, Democracy and Civic Engagement
Contact Person: Sara Brady (617) 542-8683
Location: 41 West Street Suite 700, Boston, MA (Downtown)
Scope: 10+ hours per week (Monday-Thursday between 10am-5pm), Summer, Unpaid

MassVOTE is a non-partisan, nonprofit organization working to advance electoral justice through legislative advocacy and by registering, educating and mobilizing voters and constituents, especially historically underrepresented communities in Massachusetts and people of color. We are working for a government that is accountable ...

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Voter ID?

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Most voters in MA don’t need to show ID at the polls.  Who does?  People who are voting for the first time in Massachusetts and who didn’t show ID when they registered (for example, if they registered by mail).  Also voters who did not return Massachusetts’ unique-in-the-nation annual census, an antiquated form that unfortunately many people don’t notice in the mail.  Those voters can still vote, but must show ID.  The City of Worcester created a great flow chart to ...

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Mitt’s at it again

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Did you hear?  This August, Mitt Romney’s campaign for President and its affiliated political action committees have listed three different $1 million contributions from shadowy front companies.  Two companies in Utah and one in Massachusetts appear to have been set up to do one thing — funnel million-dollar contributions money to the Romney campaign.  This is not the change we need.  No candidate for president should take corporate ...

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