Want to know how the candidates prioritize climate issues? Try the Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund's Green Voter Guide. It aggregates endorsements from The Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund, The Massachusetts Sierra Club, Clean Water Action, Sunrise Movement Boston, and 350 Mass Action. The guide is available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
If you are interested in getting more people who care about environmental issues out to the polls on election day, connect with the Environmental Voter Project (EVP). This nonprofit nonpartisan organization focuses on locating environmentalists that are not voting and turning them into consistent voters.
A reminder that the last day to register to vote in the MA General Election is Saturday, October 29, 2022. To be eligible to register or preregister to vote, you must:
YOU CAN VOTE BY MAIL!
Vote by Mail applications will be mailed in July and September to every voter who hasn’t already requested a mail-in ballot for the fall elections. Vote by Mail applications can also be downloaded from the Secretary of State website. Completed ballots must be received at Town Hall by 8 PM on election day.
MAKE A PLAN TO VOTE IN THE SEPTEMBER 6TH STATE PRIMARY ELECTION
With the midterms coming up, how can climate activists best help get like-minded voters to the polls all over the country? Join the Wellesley Democrats on Thursday, June 23rd at 7PM on Zoom to hear the Environmental Voter Project (EVP)'s Organizing Director Shannon Seigal discuss the invaluable and important work they do.
Get ready to be inspired!
The EVP estimates that over 8 million environmentalists did not vote in the 2020 presidential election and over 12 million skipped the 2018 midterms. The Environmental Voter Project identifies millions of non-voting environmentalists and turns them into consistent voters. With a 6-year track record of success, they are accurately identifying these non-voting environmentalists and efficiently converting them into a critical mass of consistent voters that will soon be too big for politicians to ignore.
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