LWVMA Voter Registration Opportunities Available Around Massachusetts

From LWVMA:  MassAudubon has asked LWVMA to help with a voter registration and information table at MassAudubon events around the state.  Below are upcoming events in need of voter registration volunteers.  One- and two-hour shifts are available at all of them:

  • Sept. 29, 1 to 4 p.m., Boston Nature Center, Boston
  • Sept. 30, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Arcadia Nature Center, Easthampton 
  • Oct. 6, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Stony Brook Nature Center, Norfolk
  • Oct. 13, 4:30 to 9 p.m., Oak Knoll Nature Center, Attleboro
  • Oct. 20, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Daniel Webster Nature Center, Marshfield

Please contact Judy Zaunbrecher  if you are interested in volunteering.

Still undecided? Let LWVN and LWVMA help you!

If you’re still  undecided and looking for information on primary races, here are some helpful sources of information on statewide and regional races:

The LWVMA Online Primary Voters’ Guide is now available to all voters by going to informedvoterma.org! The guide includes candidate information for all federal, statewide, district, and countywide offices that will be on the Sept. 4 state primary ballot.  The Voters’ Guide provides a personalized ballot when users enter a street address and includes information on the candidates’ backgrounds, stances on issues, endorsements, and responses to questions posed by LWVMA.  The Voters’ Guide encourages participation in the election with a “Plan to Vote” tool that shows users where their polling place is, the hours it is open, and a feature to receive text messages reminding them to vote.  The platform is optimized for mobile devices.   Click here for the LWVMA website:  lwvma.org

Middlesex County DA and District 3 Governor’s Council:  Watch the candidates for Middlesex County District Attorney,  Marian Ryan and Donna Patalano, at a recent event sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Arlington, Lexington and Winchester.  The video starts with a short debate featuring District 3 Governor’s Council candidates Marilyn Petitto Devaney and Nick Carter.   http://acmi.tv/videos/middlesex-county-district-attorney-governers-council-candidate-debate/

4th Congressional District:  LWVN and NewTV present a forum featuring incumbent Joe Kennedy III and Gary Rucinski.  The program can be viewed on NewTV by clicking here:  4th Congressional District Forum

LWVMA Online Voters Guide is now available!

The Online Primary Voters’ Guide is now available! 

The LWVMA Online Primary Voters’ Guide is now available to all voters by going to informedvoterma.org! The guide includes candidate information for all federal, statewide, district, and countywide offices that will be on the Sept. 4 state primary ballot.  The Voters’ Guide provides a personalized ballot when users enter a street address and includes information on the candidates’ backgrounds, stances on issues, endorsements, and responses to questions posed by LWVMA.  The Voters’ Guide encourages participation in the election with a “Plan to Vote” tool that shows users where their polling place is, the hours it is open, and a feature to receive text messages reminding them to vote.  The platform is optimized for mobile devices.

Click here for the LWVMA website:  lwvma.org

LWVMA Online Voters Guide is fixed and now available!

After a technical problem, the Online Primary Voters’ Guide is now available! 

The LWVMA Online Primary Voters’ Guide is now available to all voters by going to informedvoterma.org! The guide includes candidate information for all federal, statewide, district, and countywide offices that will be on the Sept. 4 state primary ballot.  The Voters’ Guide provides a personalized ballot when users enter a street address and includes information on the candidates’ backgrounds, stances on issues, endorsements, and responses to questions posed by LWVMA.  The Voters’ Guide encourages participation in the election with a “Plan to Vote” tool that shows users where their polling place is, the hours it is open, and a feature to receive text messages reminding them to vote.  The platform is optimized for mobile devices.

Click here for the LWVMA website:  lwvma.org

LWVMA Online Voters Guide Now Available!

Online Primary Voters’ Guide is now available! 

The LWVMA Online Primary Voters’ Guide is now available to all voters by going to informedvoterma.org! The guide includes candidate information for all federal, statewide, district, and countywide offices that will be on the Sept. 4 state primary ballot.  The Voters’ Guide provides a personalized ballot when users enter a street address and includes information on the candidates’ backgrounds, stances on issues, endorsements, and responses to questions posed by LWVMA.  The Voters’ Guide encourages participation in the election with a “Plan to Vote” tool that shows users where their polling place is, the hours it is open, and a feature to receive text messages reminding them to vote.  The platform is optimized for mobile devices.

Click here for the LWVMA website:  lwvma.org

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