Make Your Voice Heard: Vote!
Mass Audubon wants elected officials to know that people who care about the environment vote. Voting by interested and informed citizens strengthens the impact of Mass Audubon’s legislative advocacy, and it’s important for Mass Audubon members’ voices to be heard in our elections.
You can register to vote, check your registration status, get a mail-in ballot, sign up to be a poll worker, and find details about early voting on the Secretary of State’s website.
Presidential Election Dates
- The deadline to register for the Presidential Election is Wednesday, October 24, 2020.
- Early voting in all Massachusetts cities will be offered on Saturday, October 17; Sunday, October 18; Saturday, October 24; and Sunday, October 25. Your city or town may offer additional early voting dates.
- Applications to receive a mail-in ballot are due to your local election office no later than Wednesday, October 28.
- Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
- Vote-by-mail ballots must be postmarked by Tuesday, November 3 and must reach your local election office by Friday, November 6. Hand-delivered ballots need to be returned by 8 pm on Tuesday, November 3.
Why pledge? Most people just need a small nudge to remember to vote, so Mass Audubon and the Environmental Voter Project are working together to remind you to vote in each election. These simple reminders can dramatically increase someone's likelihood of voting. Pledge today >
Each 2-year state legislative session, Mass Audubon identifies several important policy priorities. Find out which ones we’re working on as well as our position on other critical state and federal issues. See Priority Legislation >
Mass Audubon is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and as such, is nonpartisan and does not endorse or oppose any candidate for office. Mass Audubon urges people interested in the environment and all others to participate in the democratic process by making their voices heard.