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If you live in MA, you probably received the red MA Voters packet in the mail.

Here is the direct link if you are looking for a refresher: 

Anyone can register to vote in MA who is:

  • Currently living in Massachusetts (no minimum length of stay)

  • A U.S. citizen

  • At least 16 years old

Head on over to this site to register, check your registration status, or update your personal information:

How can I register to vote?

You must either:

Register before Saturday, October 24th, time is running out!

If you can’t recall if you registered to vote or that your information is current, you can shoot on over to and click “Check Registration Information”. Your previous MA state registration should be valid unless you:

  • Changed your address

  • Changed your name

  • Did not vote in the past two consecutive MA State Elections (2014 and 2016)

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3 and is the deadline for all voting. You have a few options:

  • You can utilize EARLY IN-PERSON VOTING from Oct. 17 - Oct. 30 but be aware that dates and hours may vary based on where you live.

  • You can VOTE BY MAIL but your ballot MUST be postmarked by Nov. 3 AND received no later than Nov. 6.

Can I hand-delivery my your completed mail-in ballot? Head here to find your local election office/drop box:

Do you know where your polling location is and what the hours are? Why not shoot over to and make a note on your calendar with the info!

Are you unsure which presidential candidate you should vote for? There are many resources out there, but be careful which you reference as a great many are biased, including the vast majority of mainstream media and all of the campaign ads we see. You can find out who best aligns with the topics you care about here:

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