What are newspapers saying about election modernization? Pass bill now!

Written by Tyler Creighton on January 27, 2014

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On January 16, the Massachusetts Senate overwhelmingly passed comprehensive election modernization legislation. Newspaper editorial boards and columnists have been quick to endorse the Senate bill, heralding its positive prospective benefits to voter access and participation, election integrity, and election administration.

Here's a list of what some of our state and local newspapers are saying about election modernization in Massachusetts.

Boston Globe, Editorial: High time for a tune-up for Mass. election rules

Metrowest Daily News, Editorial: Improving state elections

Metrowest Daily News, O'Brien: On voting, nothing to brag about

The Herald News, Our View: Modernizing Massachusetts' election system

Daily Hampshire Gazette, Editorial: Streamlining the voting process in Massachusetts

Commonwealth Magazine, Voting reforms are long overdue

Springfield Republican, Editorial: Massachusetts poised to make voting easier

WickedLocal Somervilel Journal, Editorial: Improving state elections

Milford Daily News, Editorial: Improving state elections

Greenfield Recorder, Editorial: Voter reforms a move forward

Worcester Telegram, Editorial: Boosting voter participation

Cape Cod Times, 'Hey, Bay Staters, we're Number 42!'

Valley Advocate, Voting Reform in Massachusetts

Office: Common Cause National, Common Cause Massachusetts

Issues: Voting and Elections, Voting and Elections

Tags: Registration and Voting Systems, Election Modernization

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