New Position: Deputy Director

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Position: Deputy Director
Reports to: Executive Director
Status: Full-time, 40 hours salary-exempt
Salary Range: $50-65K with benefits, (compensation commensurate with experience)
Required : Must be able to meet on occasional evening and weekend hours, specifically during election cycle, ability to commute statewide, driver license needed.
About Us: MassVOTE is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization working to advance voter participation and fair elections through its legislative advocacy and voter participation work. Our work is aims to promote a culture of active political ...

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New Position: Young Civic Leader Coordinator

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Position: Young Civic Leader Coordinator
Program: Democracy for Non Profit- Civic Ambassadors Program
Reports to: Deputy Director

Status: Part-time, hourly rate for up to 20 hours per week. Compensation negotiable commensurate with experience.
Required : Ability to work on Saturday, and some evenings hours. Weekly hours increase during the Summer and Fall months due to youth schedule and program needs.

About Us: MassVOTE is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization working to advance voter participation and fair elections through its legislative advocacy and voter ...

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Hooray for Record Turnout… Boo for Record Lines.

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On November 6, Massachusetts broke the 2008 record. So far, including absentee ballots, at least 3,128,134 votes were cast. That’s about 25,000 more votes than 2008, when 3,102,995 ballots were cast.

Cities and towns in Massachusetts are still finishing their final tallies. Overseas and military votes that arrived late are still being processed, and provisional ballots from Election Day are being judged individually to determine whether or not they should be counted. The total number will go up.

MassVOTE was hoping for ...

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OccupyBoston and You

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We’re part of the 99%… and the 99% are getting a raw deal.

Our nation’s government should be focused on serving all of us — not just the 1%.

 

Want Corporations out of Politics?

The Supreme Court has ruled that corporations have the same free speech rights as people – and that corporations can spend unlimited amounts to elect politicians.  This year, the banking and finance industry alone has spent so far $237,633,878 ...

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