September 21, 2016

Link to MA Voter Information – and Details of Ballot Questions

Link at MA Sec of State

July 31, 2016

Websites for Presidential Candidates, Nov.8, 2016 Election

Democratic Party: Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine;

Green Party: Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka

Libertarian Party: Gary Johnson and William Weld

Republican Party: Donald Trump and Mike Pence https//



June 7, 2016


– Vote Yes or No. (Information from

#1 GAMBLING – Expanded Gambling Allows the Gaming Commission to issue an addition Category 2 licenses.
#2 EDUCATION – Increase Access to Public Charter Schools Authorizes the approval of up to 12 new charter schools or enrollment expansion in existing charter schools by the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education per year.
#3 ANIMALS – Farm Animal Containment Prohibit certain methods of farm animal containment.
#4 MARIJUANA – Marijuana Legalization Legalizes recreational marijuana for individuals at least 21 years old.
June 2, 2016

Upcoming Elections

National and State Election – Nov. 8, 2016, US President, US Senator and US House of Representative, MA State Senators and House of Representatives. Four questions on MA ballot. (Last day to Change Address or to Register to Vote (in MA) is  Oct. 19.) For other states check their election websites.

July 1, 2015

Voter Support – State of Massachusetts

Change your voting address? Register to Vote? Check your listed voting address? Where do you vote?


January 4, 2015

In Massachusetts – Am I Registered? Is My Address Correct?

LINK BELOW  TO OBTAIN THE INFORMATION (You must vote at the Brookline Town Clerk’s Office prior to the day of the election (absentee) or, on the day of the election, at the polling location associated with your registered address). Absentee ballots are available approximately 20 days prior to the election.
For other states go to the website of the Elections Department
Deadline for Change of Address or Registration for May 5, 2015, Brookline Town Election, deadline is April 15, 2015. CANNOT BE DONE ON-LINE.
January 10, 2013

Voting is a Right and Responsibility

The Declaration of Independence says: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all people are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights. But Rights come with Responsibilities, so your Right to vote also means you are responsible for registering, educating yourself on the candidates and the issues, AND voting – in every election. Betsy Munzer