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For more information about voting in Massachusetts and your voting rights contact us at info@mavotertable.org or (617) 506 9787.

Wellstone Action Training

“Today has helped me reflect more what power is and what power means to me.”

The Massachusetts Voter Table invited Wellstone Action to Boston for the second year on July 12 and 13, 2018. Over one hundred participants from 46 organizations across the state came together to learn about grassroots organizing and building a field program. A dozen senior leaders of MVT partner organizations met for a long-term strategy session. In the next five years, MVT plans to build relationships with 1 million New American Majority voters across Massachusetts and convene organizations to bring transparency, accountability, and democracy to the statehouse.

“I learned about multiple organizations in Massachusetts and across the country, which has been very important for my career choices.”
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“I learned how to reach the heart and not just the mind.”

Census 2020

Grassroots Outreach, Education, and Advocacy for a Complete Count

We believe a full, fair, and accurate census, and the collection of useful, objective data about our nation’s people, housing, economy, and communities, is vitally important to equitably determining resources and representation. Massachusetts receives over $10 billion in federal funding for services and programs based on Census counts, including Mass Health, highway planning and construction, special education grants, school lunch programs, Head Start/Early Head Start, health center programs, Low Income Home Energy Assistance, Foster Care, and CHIP. The census has traditionally struggled to get a complete count of low-income communities, particularly those with a high population of communities of color. Ensuring that our communities are properly counted in the 2020 Census is the first step to ensuring that these voters are represented in the redistricting process and policy debate moving forward.

In March 2018, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced the addition of a question about citizenship on the 2020 Census form for the first time since 1950. Asking every household and every person in the country about their citizenship status in the current political environment – when there is no need to do so – will cause fear and may cause hundreds of thousands of people in our communities to avoid the census for fear of being targeted by this administration.

Massachusetts Civic Engagement Calendar

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Where Do I Vote?

Find out where you need to go to vote by visiting wheredoivotema.com.

You can also text FIND to 864237 and enter your address.

Know Your Rights!

Before you head to vote, it's important to know what your rights are as a voter. Read the Massachusetts Voters’ Bill of Rights and help spread the word to others in your neighborhood and community organizations.

Our Impact

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