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Are Your Legislators Fighting for Progressive Values?

We believe that Democracy functions best when there’s transparency. And, our Massachusetts Legislature functions best when citizens know what votes our elected officials are taking and when we can compare their actions to their rhetoric.

That's why we put together our SCORECARD of the Legislature, identifying the key roll call votes from the past legislative session.



How did your legislators do?

A Progressive COVID-19 Response Agenda

We have a public health crisis on our hands. We have an economic crisis on our hands. We have a democratic crisis on our hands.

And these are compounding crises we were ALREADY facing, such as an inequality crisis that ripples across all aspects of society.

It's time for bold action from our Legislature.

Take Action.

Progressive Mass 2021 Annual Gala

Celebrate the new year with fellow progressive activists around the state and hear from some of our biggest progressive champions!

Hear from Senator Ed Markey, Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, State Representative Maria Robinson, and State Representative Lindsay Sabadosa about a progressive vision for Massachusetts and the whole country.

And join us in honoring our wonderful group of awardees!

Reserve your spot here!



Your State Rep Should Support Open Government

In 2016, when the MA Legislature updated the state's public records law, they decided to punt on the issue of how such laws should apply to themselves. Indeed, Massachusetts is the only state where the courts, Legislature, and Governor's Office all claim to be fully exempt from public records laws. In traditional Beacon Hill fashion, the Legislature created a commission to study whether or not they should be subject to public records laws---or, at the very least, how they can be more open in ... (Read More...)

Demand that Charlie Baker Prioritize Equity in Vaccine Rollout

The vaccine rollout in Massachusetts has been a disaster for everyone, but it has been particularly devastating to the communities of color who have already been disproportionately sickened and killed by the virus. Earlier this week, our friends from the newly formed Vaccine Equity Now! Coalition announced a roadmap for a more equitable distribution of vaccines to the disproportionately affected Black and Brown communities of Massachusetts. (Read More...)

Progressive Mass on Governor Baker's State of the Commonwealth

Statement from Progressive Massachusetts on Governor's Baker's State of the Commonwealth "Charlie Baker's gratitude toward frontline workers rings hollow in light of his failure to take meaningful action to protect them.No worker should have to choose between their health and their job, but Baker has failed to advocate for emergency paid sick time. No one should go homeless during a pandemic, but Baker has let the eviction moratorium lapse and vetoed essential tenant protections. No one sho... (Read More...)

Happening Locally

What New Progressive Actions Will You Be Taking in 2019?

What New Progressive Actions Will You Be Taking in 2019? This is a new year and there is so much we can begin to accomplish! Join Progressive West Roxbury/Roslindale to learn about progressive issues and actions you can take during the new year. On January 23, Progressive West Roxbury/Roslindale will have an open meeting to discuss topics affecting our communities the local political environment. • Preview the City Council elections and Issues • Announce Progressive Mass' 2019-20 Le... (Read More...)

Safe Communities: We had the numbers; where was the courage? Video from Progressive Needham

John Kirk from Progressive Needham reminds us at least week's #WednesdayWitness that the legislature already has the votes to pass #SafeCommunitiesAct but they lack the will and the leadership to have done so. For the sake of the children separated from families and for the safety of undocumented citizens who are our neighbors,in order to #KeepFamiliesTogether let's demand from our representatives that they make this the first order of business when they re-convene in January 2019. #nohateno... (Read More...)

Progressive Needham Sends Delegates to Convention

After a packed general chapter meeting on Friday night at the Kirks' home, many Progressive Needham members got up early the next morning to Caucus with the Needham Dems.  It was a mini-reunion the next day, with many first-timers, as well as many people who had caucused before, but not in many years.    (Read More...)


Our Endorsement for the 19th Suffolk Special: Juan Jaramillo

All elections are special, but some are more special than others. And the voters in Revere and Winthrop have a special election coming up soon -- in both senses of the word. On December 28th of last year, former House Speaker Bob DeLeo announced his retirement. He could have chosen to make this long-rumored announcement months before, giving enough time for a regularly scheduled election to replace him. Instead, his late decision has triggered a special election for his Winthrop- and Revere-b... (Read More...)

Vote Yes on Question 1, Yes on Question 2

Election Day is just twelve days away. Can you believe it? On your ballot statewide here in Massachusetts, you'll see two ballot questions.   YES on Question 1: Right to Repair  🚙🚙 In 2012, Massachusetts voted for a Right to Repair ballot initiative that required automobile manufacturers to provide non-proprietary diagnostic information as well as safety information directly to consumers so that they can choose who repairs their car (rather than being dependent on the manufacturer itself). Te... (Read More...)

2020 Primary Election Debrief

Tuesday's primary broke records, with more than 1.5 million people casting ballots. By contrast, fewer than 1 million people voted in the 2018 state primaries. What accounts for the difference? A hotly contested Senate race drove turnout for sure. But a major driver was the expansion of vote-by-mail and early voting, which alerted more people to the fact that an election was even happening and made it easier for them to participate. As the next legislative session nears, it will be important ... (Read More...)


Progressive Massachusetts is a statewide, diverse grassroots organization committed to a bold, progressive agenda for the Commonwealth.

We believe in fighting for social, economic, racial, and environmental justice in all forms. Our vision for the Commonwealth is one of just wages and fair taxation; robust investment in public education and public infrastructure; a health care system that leaves no one behind; a clean environment; an open, transparent, and participatory government; and communities where all residents have the opportunity and resources they need to thrive.


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