Voting gives us an opportunity for change. Supporting candidates and measures that can help your community, your state, and your nation is for the greater good. When we vote we make our voices heard.
“Voting is an essential part of advancing the health of our community. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many people are concerned about exposing themselves to coronavirus if they physically go to a polling site. We understand these fears!” Juliana Castedo, MD.
Thankfully, Massachusetts is allowing ALL voters to vote by mail this year. At GRMDC, we strongly recommend that anyone able to vote register to vote by mail. Voting by mail is safe and reliable.
In order to vote by mail, you can:
- Download a vote by mail registration form
- Email to request a registration form.
- Call 1-800-462-VOTE (8683) to request a registration form
Once you have completed a registration form, you can mail it or email a photo of it to your local elections office, or drop it off in person. Click here for a list of local elections offices. To vote by mail in the September 1 state primary, you must submit your registration form by August 26. To vote by mail in the November 3 presidential election, you must submit your registration form by October 28. The sooner the better!
Please note: in order to register to vote by mail, you must be a registered voter. If you are eligible to vote but have not registered as a voter, please register here.
Your vote matters!