Voting

Voting in town, state, and national elections, and participating in town meetings, is fundamental to democracy. LWV presents nonpartisan information, through events such as candidate forums and communications such as publications and websites, to encourage and inform voters.  Prospective voters must register to vote or participate in town meetings.

Upcoming elections and town meetings:

Voter information is available on the Secretary of the Commonwealth website:

Holly Cratsley at League voter registration table at Peabody Middle School

The League registers voters at community events such as back-to-school nights -- please consider volunteering to help!  Right: Holly Cratsley is at the voter registration table at Peabody Middle School.

LWVMA 2018 Voter's GuideLWVMA has developed an Online Voters' Guide for the November 6th state and national election, with information about the background, stances, and endorsements of all candidates on the ballot in Massachusetts, as well as candidate responses to questions posed by LWVMA. The online guide asks for a voter's address, so it can present the candidates that will be on that voter's ballot. 

The video above, by DJ Charles, a student at Concord Academy, won first place in LWVMA's “Get In the Game and Vote!” High School Video Contest.