Wednesday, February 10, 2021

"success is a reason to make mail-in voting permanent"


"CITING THE SUCCESS of mail-in voting during the pandemic, Secretary of the Commonwealth Bill Galvin on Tuesday released a bill that would make voting by mail a permanent feature of Massachusetts elections.

Galvin said vote-by-mail led to record turnout in the state primary and the presidential election, with prompt, reliable results. “Voters were very enthusiastic about it and used it,” Galvin said. “From an administrative point of view, we know now we can do it.”

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There are 20 bills filled on 'vote by mail' for this session (as of 2/10/21 AM)

Senator Becca Rausch filed two bills on this topic: 

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