Boston Municipal Elections are November 7! Here’s our 2017 Boston Municipal Election Candidates Guide.
Rosie’s Place is committed to educating and engaging our guests in the voting and elections process. To put our work in context, take a look at this report about the role that nonprofits can play in reaching populations with historically low voter turnout—people often missed or skipped by partisan political campaigns.
- If you have a valid MA license, you can register to vote online. If you don’t have a valid MA license, you can print and complete a Mail-In Voter Registration form, or pick up a registration form at Rosie’s Place and we will mail it for you.
- Not sure if you’re registered? Double check here.
- Are you new to Massachusetts? Have you moved in the last year? Remember that you will need to register again.
For information about registering to vote, contact Madai Montes, Public Policy assistant.