Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Thank you to all the citizens who participated in the primary process which concluded 24 hours ago. The candidates whose names were on the ballots faced unique challenges in connecting with, and listening to, the voters during this pandemic. 

Our democracy works best when citizens are actively involved. As a resident there are lots of ways to participate in local, state, and federal elections, one fundamental way is by voting. In Massachusetts, we have created multiple ways for you to be able to register to vote -

Registering Online:
You must have a signature on file with the Registry of Motor Vehicles. If you currently have a Massachusetts driver's license or state ID card, you may use the online voter registration application to register, update your address, or change your party affiliation.

Registering by Mail:
You may download the voter registration form by using the link provided at the end of this post.

Registering In-person:
You may register at any local election office, the Registry of Motor Vehicles and at certain public assistance agencies.

Automatic Voter Registration:
If you are a U.S. citizen applying for or renewing a driver's license or state ID at the RMV, or applying for health insurance through MassHealth or the Commonwealth Health Connector, you will be automatically registered.