Election Day

The election is on Tuesday, November 6!  Polls in Massachusetts are open from 7am to 8pm.  If you need to look up your polling place, click here.  Boston residents can confirm their voter registration here.  For other states, get voting information here.

We encourage you to join us in voting for President Obama for reelection and Elizabeth Warren for U.S. Senate. 

Read the Boston Globe's endorsement of Elizabeth Warren. 

And we in Massachusetts know that Mitt Romney’s claims of effectiveness and bipartisanship as governor are not true.  Watch these videos to learn more, and share them with your friends to spread the word about his actual record:

Get Out The Vote!

Volunteers are needed every day between now and the election to get out the vote for President Obama and Elizabeth Warren.  Learn more and sign up at barackobama.com/events and action.elizabethwarren.com.

Join Us for Weekly Visibility

We plan to stand out with signs on Wednesday mornings from now until the election:
    Wednesday mornings from September 19 through October 24 (Oct 31 canceled due to weather)
    7:30am to 8:30am
    Cleveland Circle (intersection of Beacon Street and Chestnut Hill Ave)

Come hang out with us and show your support for Democratic candidates!

Debate Watch Party

Join us to watch the second presidential debate, and learn how to get involved in the last 3 weeks of the campaign!

* Tuesday, October 16
* Party starts at 8pm,
   debate goes from 9pm to 10:30pm
* Roggie's restaurant (downstairs room),
   356 Chestnut Hill Ave, Brighton,
   just outside Cleveland Circle
* No charge to attend. Each person will pay for any food or drinks they order.

Voter Registration

Since the last week of August, we have registered over 120 people to vote and handed out registration forms to another 80 people!

Massachusetts voters have to be registered by October 17 to vote in the November election, so if anybody you know needs to register or update their address, click here to get the form and register now!

Registering voters at Allston Village Farmers Market in Union Square
Registering voters at Allston Village Farmers Market in Union Square