Voting in Massachusetts

Massachusetts voting procedures have changed this year. For information and resources, visit our Voter Information page.

As November 3 draws closer, we need to continue to advocate for the Ranked Choice Voting ballot initiative (BallotPedia). You can volunteer with YesOn2!

  • Every mail-in ballot can be counted if it reaches the voter’s local election office by November 6 and is postmarked no later than November 3. Ballots actually received by local election officials before November 3 do not require a postmark in order to be counted.
  • Time is flying. Consider using a drop box if you are not going to vote in person.
  • Keep in mind that you cannot take your ballot back once it has been submitted.
  • You may want to think about voting in person, when all is said and done. More than half a million postal votes were rejected in this year’s primaries, even without Trump trying to suppress them.
  • If you are at relatively low risk for COVID-19, volunteer to work at the polls.

ORMA endorsed seven outstanding 2020 candidates in Massachusetts …who could dramatically help to move the progressive agenda forward. Unfortunately, just two, both excellent candidates, won in September’s race: Senator Markey and Erika Uyterhoeven.

OR-endorsed candidates are winning primaries across the country. Let’s keep the progressive wave rolling!

Send your electoral questions to

In solidarity,
the ORMA PACE Committee

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