Join MassVOTE for our fundraiser, a spring soiree in Downtown Boston on June 5th at 5:30pm.Continue Reading →
This November’s Senate race in Massachusetts is one of the most important in the nation – and the rest of the ballot will feature crucial decisions at every level. Do you want a huge turnout this fall?
On Wednesday, September 12, from 6pm to 8pm, MassVOTE’s Champions of Democracy Celebration will be the largest event of the fall to raise funds for nonpartisan Get-Out-The-Vote efforts for the critical 2012 elections.
In this Olympic year, MassVOTE will honor two ...Continue Reading →
Mt. Pleasant, Forest & Vine Streets Neighborhood Association Candidates Forum
Wednesday July 25th, 2012
Location: Vine Street Community Center
339 Dudley Street, Roxbury MA 02119
Meet the candidates that wish to represent you in the State Senate and House of Representatives. Voice your concerns, and hear where the candidates stand on the issues that affect our communities.
Candidates for State Representative and Senate
Sonia ...Continue Reading →
District 15 State Representative Forum Series
Democratic Primary Candidates Forum
Wednesday August 15th, 2012
6:30pm, Worcester Public Library
Democratic Primary Candidates: Frank Beshai, Dianna Biancheria, Mary Keefe, Ralph Perez, and Kate Toomey
The Initiative for Engaged Citizenship is proud to bring you the Worcester GOTV Initiative D15 Democratic Primary Forum. Come to this great event where you will meet the candidates and hear their views on critical issues impacting our communities.
District 15 includes parts of the Main ...Continue Reading →
The day after our Presidential Primary, there is a webcast you might find interesting, put on by the National Urban League. It is called, “2012 State of Black America Report: Occupy the Vote to Educate, Employ & Empower!”. It will be held at Howard University in Washington, but will also be webcast. It is also posted on the MassVOTE Google calendar. You can sign up for the webcast by going to .
With new voter ID laws and voting rights under ...Continue Reading →
MassVOTE’s fight to make sure people of color, low-income people, and young people come out in record numbers in 2012 has begun. Our fight to make sure that every vote counts and that politicians pay attention to voters like you is getting stronger every day. Come to our holiday party to invest in our 2012 fight and celebrate the achievements of 2011.Continue Reading →