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City of Boston voting guide
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City of Boston voting guide
The City of Boston’s Election Department has announced its preparations ahead of the state primary taking place on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022.
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Coalition pushing for Election Day registration
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Coalition pushing for Election Day registration
Members of the Election Modernization Coalition gathered Monday to call on the state Legislature to include Election Day registration in voting legislation currently moving through the Senate and House of Representatives.
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Editorial
Think for yourself and vote wisely
An attentive and involved electorate is what makes a democracy function.
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City offers range of voting options
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Local News
City offers range of voting options
Boston will have more options for voters to avoid standing in line come Election Day. The city’s Board of Election Commissioners Tuesday approved 20 drop box sites and 19 early voting sites for this year’s September 14 preliminary and November 2 general elections.
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Opinion
Obstacles vs. Apathy: Increasing Voter Turnout in Communities of Color
Why is there so much concern about the potential for lower voter turnout in communities of color, particularly among Black and Latino men? A good portion of the answer lies in the results of the 2016 Presidential Election, when, for the first time in twenty years, the nation saw a drop in the turnout rate for Black voters.
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Baker signs automatic voter registration bill
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Baker signs automatic voter registration bill
The new legislation will automatically add thousands of eligible residents to the voting register when they visit the Registry of Motor Vehicles, or sign up for MassHealth or the Health Connector program, making Massachusetts the 14th state to adopt such a measure.
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