Vote for Ed Markey and Downballot Progressives!

You may have already voted, but we're sure that even if you have, you still know people who haven't yet.

TOMORROW -- Tuesday, September 1st -- is the last day to cast your ballot for the primary.

Polls will be open from 7 am to 8 pm. Find your polling location at wheredoivotema.com. (Note: Some polling locations have changed, so make sure to double check.)

If you still have your mail-in ballot, the best thing to do would be to drop your ballot off at the secure dropbox in your city/town. You need to do so by 8 pm tomorrow (the earlier, the better). You can find dropbox locations here. You cannot drop your mail-in ballot at a polling location tomorrow instead, but you can still vote in-person if you have not submitted your mail-in ballot.

Check if your mail-in ballot has been processed here. If it has not been, you can still vote in-person.

If you have any issues casting a ballot, or see clear issues like long lines or closed polling places, call the Election Protection Hotline: 1-866-OUR-VOTE.

 

WHOM TO VOTE FOR

You can find a complete list of our 2020 endorsements below. Scroll down to find links to the full sets of questionnaires that we received, including for races in which we did not yet choose to endorse. We make all of the questionnaires we receive available to the public as a service to you, the voters.

NB: There are some races that are contested in the general (but not the primary) in which we haven't endorsed. Stay tuned for more!

Congress

US Senate: Ed Markey

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Read our endorsement announcement of Ed Markey here.

MA-01: Alex Morse

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MA-08: Robbie Goldstein

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Read our endorsement announcement of Alex Morse and Robbie Goldstein here.

MA Legislature

Read about our endorsees here.

MA Senate: Adam Gomez, Hampden

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MA Senate: Becca Rausch, Norfolk, Bristol & Middlesex

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MA Senate: Jarred Rose, Norfolk, Bristol & Plymouth

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MA Senate: Meg Wheeler, Plymouth & Norfolk

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MA House: Amber Hewett, 1st Essex

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MA House: Christina Eckert, 2nd Essex

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MA House: Orlando Ramos, 9th Hampden

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MA House: Marianela Rivera, 17th Essex

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MA House: Lisa Arnold, 17th Middlesex

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MA House: Erika Uyterhoeven, 27th Middlesex

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MA House: Steve Owens, 29th Middlesex

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MA House: Andrew Flowers, 8th Norfolk

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MA House: Damali Vidot, 2nd Suffolk

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MA House: Gretchen Van Ness, 14th Suffolk

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MA House: Joe Gravellese, 16th Suffolk

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MA House: Jordan Meehan, 17th Suffolk

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MA House: Ceylan Rowe, 12th Worcester

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Governor's Council

District 6: Helina Fontes

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District 7: Paul DePalo

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Sheriff (Special)

Norfolk County: Bill Phelan

 

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Click below for Congressional questionnaires.

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Click below for State House questionnaires.

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Click below for Sheriff & Governor's Council questionnaires.

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Whew! That was a lot. Have any questions? Don't hesitate to reach out. And happy voting!

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