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Official account of the Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth's Office 617-727-7030
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Mass. Elections Nov 9
Replying to @AP
After results are certified by city & town clerks, they'll be certified by the Governor & Governor's Council and will be posted to our website as official results. In the meantime, gathers UNOFFICIAL results from our clerks. They can be found here:
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Mass. Elections Nov 9
Unofficial results tell us that with almost 2.7 million ballots counted so far, more Massachusetts voters cast ballots in a midterm election this year than ever before!
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Mass. Elections Nov 6
Polls are now closed! If you are in line, stay there. You will be allowed to vote. Thank you to everyone who already voted. Happy Election Day!
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Mass. Elections Nov 6
15 minutes until polls close. Again, if you are in line, stay in line! Anyone in line at 8pm can vote.
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Mass. Elections Nov 6
Are you an inactive voter at your address? You're still eligible to vote! Find out more about inactive voters here:
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Mass SOC Nov 6
Replying to @TFisher_ @VotingInMass
Hi. Cities and towns buy their own stickers, so you might want to talk to your city or town elections commission about that. There's certainly no reason they can't do that!
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Mass SOC Nov 6
Hello. We are in communication with , which is sending someone to review the situation. ES&S does not service AccuVote voting tabulators in Massachusetts.
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Mass SOC Nov 6
Hi. If you need any assistance looking up your registration or your polling place, please feel free to call us at 1-800-462-VOTE or email elections@sec.state.ma.us.
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Mass. Elections Nov 6
If you need assistance locating your polling place or checking your registration, you may call us at 1-800-462-VOTE or email us at elections@sec.state.ma.us.
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Mass SOC Nov 6
Replying to @BeyondThePrize
Hello. We received a phone call about a machine being down in Watertown and spoke with the town clerk's office to remind them to instruct voters to place their ballots into the side compartment of the ballot box to be hand-counted at the end of the night.
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Mass. Elections Nov 6
Polls are now open! Happy voting, Massachusetts!
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Mass. Elections Nov 6
Polls will be open across Massachusetts in just 10 minutes! Find your polling place at .
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Mass. Elections Nov 5
Cities & towns have the option of opening as early as 5:45am tomorrow, but all polls must be open by 7am. Check with your city or town clerk to confirm their opening hours. All polls will close at 8pm.
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Mass. Elections Nov 5
Polls will open at 7 a.m. tomorrow. If you have any questions about voting or experience any issues when voting, please call our office immediately at 1-800-462-VOTE.
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Mass. Elections Nov 5
Where are you registered to vote? If you're registered at an old address and haven't moved out of that city/town, you can vote from your old address. If you're registered in a different city/town, you can vote from that old address for up to 6 months.
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Mass. Elections Nov 5
Polls open at 7am tomorrow morning. Do you know where to go to vote? Check your polling place at !
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Mass. Elections Nov 3
Early voting ended yesterday, but if you will be out of town on Tuesday, you can make arrangements to vote in your local election office until 12pm Monday. Find the directory of local election offices here:
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Mass SOC Nov 3
Replying to @maryannemarsh
We will have the totals as soon as the local election officials are done entering all of their early voters into our state database. The city & town clerks are working hard throughout the weekend to get everything done and ready for Tuesday.
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Mass. Elections Nov 2
Replying to @VotingInMass
Polls will be open on Tuesday, November 6th, from 7am-8pm.
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Mass. Elections Nov 2
Replying to @VotingInMass
If you will be out of town on Tuesday, you may apply to vote absentee at your city or town hall until 12pm on Monday.
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