Voter Registration Online

 

You can NOW register to vote ONLINE by clicking the link below, where you will be directed to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Secretary of State’s office.

https://www.sec.state.ma.us/ovr/           register-online-seal

ONLINE VOTER REGISTRATION FOR LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

Online Voter Registration System can help you with the following:
Not sure if you are registered to vote in Massachusetts?
Check your voter registration status (opens in new window or tab).

To qualify for the Massachusetts  Online Voter Registration System applications, you must have a valid driver’s license, learner’s permit, or non-driver ID issued by the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV). You must also have a signature on file with the RMV.

If you don’t have an RMV ID, you can still use the online system to create an application. PRINT and sign the completed form, and then mail or bring it to your local election official.

Use the online system to:

  • Apply to register to vote in Massachusetts.
  • Change your name or address for voter registration purposes.
  • Enroll in a political party, change your party enrollment, or unenroll from a party.

 

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Massachusetts Voters Bill Of Rights

guaranteed to qualified registered voters.

  1. You have the right to vote if you are a qualified registered voter.
  2. You have the right to cast your ballot in a manner that ensures privacy. You have the right to vote without any person trying to influence your vote and to vote in a booth that prevents others from watching you mark your ballot.
  3. You have the right to remain in the voting booth for five (5) minutes if there are other voters waiting and for ten (10) minutes if there are no other voters waiting.
  4. You have the right to receive up to two (2) replacement ballots if you make a mistake and spoil your ballot.
  5. You have the right to request assistance when voting from anyone of your choice. If you do not bring someone with you, you have the right to have two (2) poll workers assist you.
  6. You have the right to vote if you are disabled. The polling place must be accessible, and there must be an accessible voting booth.
  7. You have the right to vote if you cannot read or write or cannot read or write English.
  8. You have the right to vote but must show identification if: you are a first-time voter who registered to vote by mail and did not submit identification with the voter registration form; or your name is on the inactive voter list; or your vote is being challenged; or if requested by a poll worker. Acceptable forms of identification are: Massachusetts driver’s license, other printed documentation containing your name and address such as a recent utility bill, rent receipt on landlord’s letterhead, lease, or a copy of a voter registration acknowledgment or receipt.
  9. You have the right to vote by absentee ballot if: you will be absent from your city or town on Election Day; or if you have a physical disability that prevents your voting at the polling place; or if you cannot vote at the polls due to religious belief.
  10. You have the right to cast a provisional ballot if you believe you are a qualified registered voter but a poll worker tells you that you are ineligible to vote.
  11. You have the right to follow up any challenge to your right to vote through the complaint process.
  12. You have the right to vote if you are not currently incarcerated for a felony conviction and have registered as a voter after your release.
  13. You have the right to take this Voters’ Bill of Rights or any other papers, including a sample ballot, voter guide or campaign material into the voting booth with you. Please remember to remove all papers when you leave the booth.
  14. You have the right to vote at your polling place any time between 7am and 8pm for state and federal elections—hours may vary for local elections. If you are in line at your polling place when the polls close at 8 pm, you have the right to vote.
  15. You have the right to bring your children into the voting booth with you.

If you feel that your right to vote has been violated in any way, call the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s Elections Division at 1-800-462-VOTE (8683). This call is free within Massachusetts.