Are you ready for the election? Tomorrow – Wednesday, October 17 – is the last day to register to vote in Massachusetts in order to participate in the General Election on Tuesday, November 6th!
The Caring Force, supported by the Providers’ Council’s CareVote campaign, reminds you that if you’re not registered to vote, you need to act quickly. You can register to vote online by clicking here or you can print this form and drop it off at your local city or town hall by 8 p.m. on Wednesday, October 17.
If you’re not sure if you are already registered, take a minute to find out your registration status by clicking here. This tool is perfect if you have recently moved and want to ensure you are registered at your current address.
Taking part in the upcoming election means voicing your choice on important national, state and local races as well as the three ballot questions. You can find out more about the ballot questions from the Secretary of State’s Voter Guide. And learn more about the Providers’ Council’s position on the ballot questions by reading this month’s Provider editorials.
Once you’re registered voting will happen sooner them you think, with early voting starting on Monday, October 22. You can get more information on early voting by contacting your local town clerk’s office.
After you’ve registered and gathered your information don’t forget to forward this message to your colleagues, family, consumers and clients! You can also use Facebook and Twitter to let your friends and followers know just how important and easy it is to register to vote! Use the hashtag #CaringForceVotes and make sure everyone knows the deadline is Wednesday!
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