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RT @OCPFReports: The state's Elections Division has created a helpful guide on how to form local party committees, here: https://t.co/Br0Yk… — PolitiTweet.org

Published Aug. 14, 2019 Retweet
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RT @OCPFReports: There are currently 952 local party committees organized in Massachusetts, and all of them will need to reorganize during… — PolitiTweet.org

Published Aug. 14, 2019 Retweet
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Many cities are holding preliminaries on September 24th, but some are holding them sooner. All cities will hold elections on November 5th. You can check with your local election office for the date and polling hours of your upcoming elections. https://t.co/VIDFisIt5j — PolitiTweet.org

Published Aug. 14, 2019
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Voter registration deadlines are approaching for September city preliminaries. These elections are used to narrow down the candidates you get to choose from in November. It never hurts to double check your registration: https://t.co/g1xroLhd7B — PolitiTweet.org

Published Aug. 13, 2019
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The path to getting questions on the 2020 ballot has already begun! The first step was filing petitions with the @MassAGO this week. Those that are certified can start gathering signatures next month. Find the proposed petitions here: https://t.co/XFLuTQYIig — PolitiTweet.org

Published Aug. 9, 2019
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The 2020 Massachusetts Presidential Primaries have officially kicked off! Nomination papers for ward, town, and state committees are now available. These party offices appear on the primary ballots alongside presidential candidates. https://t.co/5oM93KRjht — PolitiTweet.org

Published Aug. 2, 2019
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With presidential debate season underway, it's a good time to start thinking about whether your voter registration info is up to date. You can easily check your address and party on our website: https://t.co/g1xroLhd7B — PolitiTweet.org

Published July 30, 2019
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@DreamRanking Please note that even if you are on the inactive voter list, you are still eligible to vote. You would just need to sign a form confirming that you still live at your address when you go to your polling place. If you submit the postcard now, you won't need to sign anything later. — PolitiTweet.org

Published July 29, 2019
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@DreamRanking Good morning. It is possible that your census form was lost in the mail or that your city or town election office made a clerical error. You may call them and ask them to double-check their records or simply sign and return that postcard to confirm your address. — PolitiTweet.org

Published July 29, 2019
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@NewAgeSages Good morning. We have only hand-marked paper ballots in Massachusetts and the ballots do not have barcodes on them. Our tabulators are not connected to the internet and cannot be accessed remotely. We hold post-election audits after each presidential election. — PolitiTweet.org

Published July 29, 2019
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Today is #FreeFunFridays at the @MassMuseum. Our staff will be there to help anyone who would like to register to vote or update their registration. Visitors to the @EMKInstitute next door are welcome to stop over, register to vote, & see some of the treasures from our Archives. — PolitiTweet.org

Published July 26, 2019
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RT @SecretaryOfMass: #FreeFunFridays continue this week at the @MassMuseum! Our next-door neighbors at the @EMKInstitute are also celebra… — PolitiTweet.org

Published July 25, 2019 Retweet
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City elections are just a couple months away! You can prepare now by checking your registration... https://t.co/g1xroLhd7B ...and updating it if anything is out of date: https://t.co/CHTzRPjHfj — PolitiTweet.org

Published July 18, 2019
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RT @SecretaryOfMass: @MassMuseum In addition to the Declaration, we will have a special showing of other 4th of July related treasures from… — PolitiTweet.org

Published July 2, 2019 Retweet
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RT @SecretaryOfMass: Coming into Boston for the fireworks on the 4th? Stop by the @MassMuseum from 9am-3pm to see our original copy of th… — PolitiTweet.org

Published July 2, 2019 Retweet
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Annual town meeting & election season has wrapped up for the year. We now look ahead to the fall, when city elections happen. Is your registration up to date? You can check right now: https://t.co/g1xroLhd7B — PolitiTweet.org

Published June 27, 2019
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RT @SecretaryOfMass: Secretary Galvin is testifying now before the Joint Committee on Election Laws on the need for Election Day Registrati… — PolitiTweet.org

Published June 20, 2019 Retweet
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RT @SecretaryOfMass: Happy Flag Day! https://t.co/5r04PZ2MTE — PolitiTweet.org

Published June 14, 2019 Retweet
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RT @SecretaryOfMass: We are celebrating Flag Day at the State House today! All visitors will be given a flag by our State House Tours Div… — PolitiTweet.org

Published June 14, 2019 Retweet
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Are you planning to hold a voter registration drive this summer? Voter registration forms can be printed from our website in 9 different languages! https://t.co/RwbcFd25c0 — PolitiTweet.org

Published June 11, 2019
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RT @SecretaryOfMass: The end of the school year is upon us already. Looking for something free and educational to do this summer? Tours o… — PolitiTweet.org

Published June 7, 2019 Retweet
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@johnhawkinson @SecretaryOfMass Gender has not been on the voter registration form at any time recently. It appeared on a sample census form that was provided to towns, though many communities create their own. It has never been a requirement under the law for either form. — PolitiTweet.org

Published June 6, 2019
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@johnhawkinson @SecretaryOfMass This field actually does not appear on voter registration forms, so it also made little sense for us to have a field in the database when we were not asking voters for the information. — PolitiTweet.org

Published June 6, 2019
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June is the last month of annual town elections. Then we move on to city elections in the fall. Remember, you are only eligible to vote in a local election if you still live in that city or town. Make sure your registration is up to date: https://t.co/g1xroLhd7B — PolitiTweet.org

Published May 31, 2019
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RT @SecretaryOfMass: Secretary Galvin has proposed expanding early voting to include the 2020 Presidential Primary. The @MA_Senate is expe… — PolitiTweet.org

Published May 21, 2019 Retweet
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You can use our website for more than just finding your polling place. Go to https://t.co/xH7U2oZXk8 to discover which districts you live in and who represents you. — PolitiTweet.org

Published May 20, 2019
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Just because it's an odd-numbered year doesn't mean you shouldn't register to vote! Town spring elections are still going on and city elections are coming up this fall. You can register online at https://t.co/CHTzRPjHfj 24/7. — PolitiTweet.org

Published May 14, 2019
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Town elections continue to take place this week. If your town is voting soon, double-check your polling place at https://t.co/xH7U2oZXk8. — PolitiTweet.org

Published May 6, 2019
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Preliminary elections are similar to primaries, as they are usually held in September and narrow the candidates for the November municipal ballot. Unlike primaries, preliminaries are not partisan, and usually narrow the candidates to twice the number to be elected in November. — PolitiTweet.org

Published April 24, 2019
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While towns hold their local elections every spring, cities hold theirs in November of odd-numbered years. Election Day for cities will be November 5th this year, but preliminary election dates vary. Check with your city election office for more info. https://t.co/VIDFisIt5j — PolitiTweet.org

Published April 24, 2019