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Mail-In Balloting Deemed Successful
Secretary of State William Galvin says that the state's first attempt at widespread mail-in voting was very successful and that applications for mail-in ballots for the November General Election will begin to go out to registered voters by the end of this week...
It’s Primary Election Day
Secretary of State William Galvin says that he expects anywhere between 1.2 million and 1.3 million votes will be cast in Massachusetts as voters make their way to the polls today throughout the state. Galvin also says that with the expansion of mail-in voting this year, local clerks are facing…
Galvin Urging Hand Delivery Of Ballots
Because ballots must be in the hands of local election officials by 8 p.m. Tuesday, Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin is urging voters who requested mail-in ballots to deliver them either by hand to local election officials, to their local polling location, or by putting it in a local ele…
Get Facts On The Candidates With IVoterGuide
With the Massachusetts State Primary on September 1st, whether you are voting in person or by mail, you may still not know who you are going to vote for. The last thing you want to do is go into the polling place or fill out your mail-in ballot uninformed about the candidates and what they stand for…