Are you registered to vote in the September 4th Massachusetts primary? Are you really, really sure about that?
Next Wednesday, August 15th is the deadline to register to vote in the 2018 Massachusetts primaries for governor, House, and Elizabeth Warren’s re-election campaign to the Senate. Plus, if you register to vote now, you’ll be registered for the November 6th Election Day – one less thing to put on your to-do list.
There are a lot of ways to register to vote here in Massachusetts. Here are a few of them:
- Find out where you’re registered
- Register online
- Register by mail
- Register in-person
- Request an absentee ballot
- Verify you’re registered to vote
Voting in the September 4th primary is EXTREMELY important. The Republicans are having their primary on the same day, and I don’t know about you, but I want to send the Republicans a very clear message: that we’re ready to turn out the vote to get Elizabeth Warren re-elected.
The bottom line is that we can’t take ANYTHING for granted this November. So if you think you’re registered, check one more time. Talk to your kids, parents, siblings, cousins, coworkers, and neighbors to make sure they are registered. Send them the links or drop off the papers if you think they need help.
And when you’re done, text “PRIMARY” to 24477 to commit to vote on September 4th for Elizabeth. We’re counting on you to make your support heard loud and clear.