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Voting & Elections 01.6.2023

Right-leaning think tank questions Mass. election security; officials push back

There’s little evidence of voter fraud in Massachusetts. Nevertheless, a conservative-leaning think tank says the state has some work to do to continue ensuring election security moving forward.

Voting & Elections 04.27.2020

Election advocacy groups such as MassVOTE and Common Cause are promoting the idea in hopes of modernizing the voting process and encouraging participation.

Voting & Elections 04.24.2020

NBC10 Boston: Mass. Secretary of State Has a Vote-by-Mail Plan for the General Election

The most effective and efficient way to vote during the pandemic is for every voting-eligible resident to receive a ballot in the mail, Pam Wilmot of Common Cause said.

Voting & Elections 04.23.2020

WGBH News: In the COVID-19 Era, How Will Massachusetts Vote?

Pam Wilmot, Common Cause MA’s executive director, agrees that the state should mail every voter a ballot, and make physical polling places as safe as possible. In addition, she says, the state’s approach to voter registration needs to be revisited.

Voting & Elections 01.29.2020

WGBH: Same-Day Voter Registration Bill Could Boost Turnout In Mass. By 100,000, Advocates Say

Supporters of a bill enabling people to register to vote as they cast their ballots are mounting another push for the long-sought reform as a key legislative deadline approaches and another election season unfolds in Massachusetts.

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