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Supporting Amendment 100

Breaking Barriers to Voting in Massachusetts

MassVOTE is excited to announce our involvement in advocating for "Improving Voting Access" Amendment 100, spearheaded by Senator Cindy Creem. This crucial amendment aims to eliminate the disenfranchisement of voters who fail to return a municipal census and to enhance polling place accessibility through regular inspections.

Our Advocacy Efforts

Special thanks to our Director of Advocacy and Organization, Marisol Santiago, for her dedication to this cause. Alongside Common Cause, the lead organization on this project, we've launched a comprehensive campaign to rally support. On May 14, we joined forces with Common Cause and other partners to kick off this campaign, and the results are promising.

Support from State Senators

We extend our gratitude to the 16 Senators who have shown their support for this amendment:

  • State Senator Pavel Payano

  • Senator Mike Barrett

  • Senator Robyn Kennedy

  • State Senator Lydia Edwards

  • Senator Mike Rush

  • Senator Adam Gomez

  • Senator Pat Jehlen

  • Senator Paul Feeney

  • Senator Jake Oliveira

  • State Senator Liz Miranda

  • Senator Jason Lewis

  • Senator Jamie Eldridge

  • Senator John J. Cronin

  • Senator Becca Rausch

  • And more

Next Steps

The next critical step is to ensure the widespread cosponsorship and eventual passage of Amendment 100. We urge you to take action by contacting your Senator and expressing your support for this amendment. Together, we can make voting more accessible and equitable in the Bay State.

Partners in Advocacy

We are proud to collaborate with organizations committed to this cause, including the ACLU of Massachusetts, Lawyers for Civil Rights, League of Women Voters of Massachusetts, Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group (MASSPIRG), Massachusetts Voter Table, Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston, Disability Law Center Inc., and the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts.

Take Action

Tell your Senator to cosponsor Amendment 100 to the Senate budget filed by Senator Cindy Creem to "Improve Voting Access." Click here to make your voice heard.

If you're unsure how to take action or want to volunteer, signup below.

Let's make voting more accessible in the Bay State!

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