MassVOTE’s Top 10 Tips for Voters

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For many reasons, including a wave of new voter registrations, state ballot measures and a high profile presidential race, MassVOTE projects record-breaking voter turnout in Massachusetts.  1 in 4 voters will be either a new voter or a person who hasn’t voted since 2008.  Here’s how to make sure your vote counts.  (Download the print version)

1.  Know where to go.  You may be voting in a different place from previous years.  Go to ...
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MassVOTE’s Round-Up!

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February 2015

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The House of Representatives recently named members to the Joint Committee on Election Laws.  There are a lot of new faces — do you see your State Senator or Representative’s name?  In the coming week voting bills will be assigned to this committee and in the coming months these bills will have hearings.  As those hearings are scheduled we’ll keep you posted. Hearings are a great opportunity ...

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MassVOTE’s Round-Up!

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January 2015

Policy
With the Legislature back in session this month MassVOTE was pushing for improved election laws once again. For MassVOTE much of this year and next will be focused on the successful implementation of major reforms passed last session — online voter registration, early voting, pre-registration for teens, and post-election audits of voting machines – but that doesn’t mean we stop our push for even more ...

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America Goes to the Polls 2012

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From our national partners at Nonprofit VOTE:
We’re pleased to announce that our new voter turnout report, Voter Participation Gaps in the 2012 Presidential Election, is now available. It is the latest in our AmericaGoes to the Polls series and is based on the recently released biennial Census survey on voting and registration. The report tracks, analyzes, and explains prominent turnout gaps like:
  • Age – 45% of youth (ages 18-29) turned ...
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