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Official account of the Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth's Office 617-727-7030
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The Freedom Trail 24h
in 1782, Deborah Sampson disguised herself as a man and successfully enlisted in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. Today is officially ! Lean more about her and the other Freedom Trail Players at
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Mass SOC May 22
Secretary Galvin has announced a joint effort with the to offer voter registration at high school commencement ceremonies across Massachusetts. No need to wait until Graduation Day, though. Register now at
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Mass. Elections May 22
There is only 1 week left for district & county candidates to file their nomination papers with our office to get on the 2018 state ballot. Party candidates for federal & statewide office have 2 weeks left to file their papers.
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Mass. Elections May 18
Filing deadlines for candidates are approaching! 2018 Primary & Election deadlines: District & County Office - May 29 Statewide & Federal Office (Party) - June 5 Statewide & Federal Office (Non-Party) - August 28
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Mass. Elections May 15
There are only 2 weeks left for district and county candidates to file nomination papers with our office for the 2018 ballot. All paperwork must be submitted to our office by 5 p.m. on May 29th.
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Mass SOC May 11
Our is excited to be participating in Free Fun Fridays this summer. Stop by and visit the & the Commonwealth Museum in one fun, free visit!
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Mass SOC May 10
Replying to @euonymous
Thanks! That's why all voters in Massachusetts vote on paper ballots.
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Mass SOC May 9
Replying to @LisbethFarnum1
Good Morning! Secretary Galvin only allows paper ballots in Massachusetts. He does not allow DRE machines or ballots that could be traced back to a voter by barcode or any other marking.
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Commonwealth Museum May 8
We're among the 100 institutions across MA participating in 2018, thanks to !
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Massachusetts DMH May 8
Baker, Polito, and Galvin signed this proclamation declaring May 2018 as “National Mental Health Awareness Month!” Read the full proclamation:
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Mass. Elections May 7
Party candidates for federal & statewide offices have until 5pm tomorrow to submit nomination papers to local election offices.
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Mass SOC May 7
Hello. Secretary Galvin does not allow touch-screen voting machines. All Massachusetts voters vote on paper ballots, so that results can always be audited by hand.
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Mass. Elections May 4
The State Primary is exactly 4 months away! It's not too early to request an absentee ballot, if you'll need one. Apply now and your ballot will be mailed out as soon as it's ready.
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Commonwealth Museum May 2
We're so excited for summer! Free Fun Fridays are always a blast!
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Mass. Elections May 1
Polls will be open until 8pm in the 1st Suffolk Senate District today. If you live in South Boston, Dorchester, Mattapan, or Hyde Park, check your district at .
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Mass SOC May 1
May is Historic Preservation Month. You can learn all about the Massachusetts Historical Commission Preservation Awards here:
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Mass. Elections May 1
Good morning, 1st Suffolk Senate District voters! Polls open at 7am and they will stay open until 8pm.
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Mass SOC Apr 30
Secretary Galvin reminds voters of the 1st Suffolk Senate District to vote for a new state senator tomorrow. If you live in South Boston, Dorchester, Mattapan, or Hyde Park, check your senate district at
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Mass. Elections Apr 30
Tomorrow, May 1st, is the LAST DAY to turn your nomination papers in to the city/town clerks' offices for: State Rep State Senate Governor's Council District Attorney Clerk of Courts Register of Deeds County Commissioner
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Mass SOC Apr 26
Remember, you can pre-register to vote once you turn 16. If you're pre-registered, you become automatically registered when you turn 18.
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