Thursday, not Tuesday, is the message being driven home by Massachusetts politicians who will go head-to-head with members of their own party in the state’s primary election on Sept. 6.
Secretary of State William Galvin says Massachusetts officials are preparing for the state’s first Thursday primary in more than 20 years. Galvin said on Saturday that turnout is expected to be less than 15 percent.
Massachusetts residents who want to vote in the September state primary have until Friday to file registration forms with their local voting officials.
Republican Pennsylvania State Representative Mike Turzai gives away true intent of Republicans’ new voter ID laws.
Here are some good reasons why everyone should re-think their apathy and get over to the polls before they close tonight at 8.
Romney has chosen to stay in the Bay State Tuesday, where he has a healthy, double-digit lead.
Voting in Boston was light Tuesday, with just 18 percent of registered voters casting their ballots.
New mayors will be elected in several cities around Massachusetts this week and incumbents elsewhere are asking voters to keep them in office.
Massachusetts resident Jill Stein of Lexington is planning to announce Monday that she will seek the presidential nomination of the Green Party.
October 08, 2011 ¿Oiste? is a non-profit organization that’s trying to create a political voice for the Latino community in the state of Massachusetts. Their goal is to educate Latinos on the importance of voting […]