It’s cruel and inhumane to cram animals into cages so small they can’t turn around or extend their limbs. Your voice can help make a difference for farm animals – so make sure you’re registered to vote and have a plan to cast your ballot. There have been some changes to the voting process in Massachusetts this year to make it easier for you to vote.
REGISTER TO VOTE
You can register by mail, or online in-person at your local election office. It’s that easy! Remember to register before Wednesday, October 19th – the last day to register to vote. Register to vote!
APPLY FOR AN ABSENTEE BALLOT
Registered to vote in MA, but can’t get to the polls? No problem! Request an absentee ballot from your local election official in-person or by mail, fax, or email anytime before noon on Monday, November 7th. Request an absentee ballot!
For the first time, voters in the Commonwealth can vote early! Vote early between Monday, October 24th and Friday, November 4th. Any voter registered in Massachusetts is eligible to vote early in person. Find out early voting times and locations in your area!
VOTE ON ELECTION DAY!
On Tuesday, November 8th polls are open 7am to 8pm. If you’re in line by 8pm, you’re allowed to vote. Be sure to bring an accepted form of ID, if required. In some towns, voting may begin as early as 5:45am. Find your polling place!
ELECTION DAY IS NOVEMBER 8, 2016 – VOTE YES! ON QUESTION 3!
Sign up to help volunteer at the polls on Election Day!