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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Become a Participant in Boston 500 (B500)

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Are you a Super Voter of color living in the Boston area?  Are you passionate about registering, educating, mobilizing, and turning out other voters of color?  If so, become a participant in MassVOTE and NAACP Boston’s new non-partisan B500 Civic Engagement Initiative that will mobilize over 15,000 Black voters in Boston to participate in the November 2016 election.

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2012 Statewide Ballot Questions

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You decide… Why Vote Yes? Why Vote No?
Question 1: Should independent mechanics have access to the same diagnostic and repair information that manufacturer’s dealers have? Car repairs will be more convenient and less expensive because no one will be forced to go to a dealership for repairs. Manufacturers already provide lots of repair information.  If they are forced to disclose proprietary information, they will have to raise prices.
Question 2: ...
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America Goes to the Polls 2010 Report

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Our national partner, Nonprofit VOTE, recently released America Goes to the Polls: Voter Participation Gaps in the 2010 Midterm Election. The report illustrates voter turnout gaps in the 2010 midterm election with simple graphs and by highlighting some of the most pertinent facts. By examining these gaps, we hope to further a conversation on ways to close participation gaps through better voter mobilization, civic education, and election reforms. The report is based on new data released in October 2011 from ...

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