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Official account of the Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth's Office 617-727-7030
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WSCC MA Feb 19
In honor of Black History Month, this month’s Featured Suffragist is Harriet Tubman.
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Mass. Elections Feb 18
Happy ! In Massachusetts, our Presidential Primaries are held on the first Tuesday in March, every 4 years.
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Mass. Elections Feb 13
The voter registration deadline for the Massachusetts Presidential Primary is 365 days from today! You have 52 weeks left to register to vote, but why wait?
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Mass SOC Feb 1
Replying to @MassMuseum
Learn more about Lewis Hayden in the 's traveling exhibit, which is also available online:
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Mass SOC Feb 1
The first African-American state government employee in Massachusetts was Lewis Hayden, a messenger for the Secretary of State whose home was a stop on the Underground Railroad. He was elected as a State Representative in 1873.
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Mass. National Guard Jan 29
Members of the Mass National Guard attended the formal opening of the new Mass Archives Vaults in Boston. The Mass National Guard will begin to move its archives, which date back to the 1700s, from it’s museum at the armory in Concord, Mass to the new climate controlled vaults.
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Mass SOC Jan 29
Replying to @SecretaryOfMass
The Supreme Judicial Court and the Mass National Guard will be transferring documents and other treasures to the Archives for safe keeping, and so they will be easily available to the public. A selection of our historical treasures were available for viewing this morning.
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Mass SOC Jan 29
Today, we held the Grand Opening of our new vault storage at the Massachusetts Archives. Chief Justice Ralph Gants and Adjutant General of the Mass National Guard, Maj. Gen. Gary Keefe spoke and toured our new facilities.
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Philip J. Carver Jan 29
Great morning representing at the Opening of the new Archives Vault. Doing an awesome job preserving our State & Country’s history. If you have never been here, you are missing out! This is a phenomenal museum right here in
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Mass. Elections Jan 16
Today is the final day of swearing-in the officials elected in November. The , , , & begin new terms today.
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Mass SOC Jan 15
Replying to @ResearchBuzz
Certainly. What is the best email to send the press release to?
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Mass SOC Jan 15
The State Archives has launched a new online digital archive! Among the records now available online are death certificates from the Great Molasses Flood, which occurred 100 years ago today.
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Mass SOC Jan 15
Replying to @mollyrose_esq
We're too ready for 2020, apparently.
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Mass SOC Jan 15
Secretary Galvin's statement on the decision by a federal judge to block the federal government from requiring residents to state their citizenship status on the :
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Mass SOC Jan 14
The deadline to apply for a property tax abatement is Feb. 1st in most cities & towns. Find info on applying here:
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Mass SOC Dec 31
Here's to increasing all of these numbers over the next two years!
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Aaron 🌎 Dec 18
The MA Secretary of State stopped by to see the Thank you Galvin
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Aaron Leibowitz Dec 19
MetLife sent letters to retirees whose pensions they owed, and then presumed them dead if they didn’t respond. ⁦⁩ has fined the company $1M and ordered the payments be made.
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Mass. Elections Dec 26
Good morning! We are back from our holiday celebrations and hard at work preparing for the swearing-in of elected officials. Are you curious when your new officials start their terms? Find out here:
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Commonwealth Museum Nov 29
It's nearly the holiday season! If you want to learn more about Christmas and the Puritans' relationship with the holiday, check out our featured online exhibit:
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