To Register online or check your registration status in Massachusetts click here. If you are not eligible for an Absentee Ballot, you can still vote early by mail No-excuse early voting by mail is allowed for all local elections being held on or before August 1, 2020. You may apply now for your mail-in early ballot and submit them to your Town Clerk.
IMPORTANT! You don't need to mail in your ballot. States allow for in-person drop-off at your County Clerk, Registrar, local Board of Election or Town Hall. Look online for your county or town for your drop-off location. For more voting information and links click here.
To help work for voting rights for everyone see the Religious Action Center's voting page. You can help with Florida's mail-in-voting campaign by hosting a postcard mailing event, or by volunteering for FL 2020 Victory’s event, “Jewish Americans Adopt Florida Phone Bank” – sign up now here: https://www.mobilize.us/fl2020victory/event/326459/?rname=Sharon&share_context=event_details&share_medium=mailto
Here are other organizations working to make voting accessible for everyone: https://togetherfor2020.org/actnow/ and https://votefwd.org
MVHC is participating in a postcard writing campaign for the November election. The aim is to have the recipients of the cards check their voter registration and make sure that they are still eligible to vote in the upcoming elections. This would begin after the High Holidays with the mailing date set for mid October. All who are interested in participating should get in touch with Carole Early at email@example.com or call the office at 508-693-0745.