Candidates for every office from governor to state representative are revving up their get-out-the-vote efforts as they work to pull sympathetic voters to the polls on a Primary Day officials warn could see a low turnout.
I’ve been hearing all the predictable, tired excuses for why people don’t vote.
Today is Senate primary voting day in Massachusetts, the day when we choose the candidates who will be on the ballot in June, with the winner likely representing us in the Senate for years to come.
It’s Primary Day. Massachusetts voters will determine the November matchups in the state’s redrawn congressional districts.
Turnout appears relatively light as Massachusetts voters head to the polls to decide the winners in a slew of key Beacon Hill and congressional primaries.