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NEW: Voter Registration Deadline is Friday for State Primary

Thursday, August 16, 2012

 

Massachusetts residents have one more day left to register to vote if they want to cast their ballot in next month's primary election.

The deadline for voter registration is Friday, August 17 for the state primary to be held on Thursday, September 6.

Any U.S. citizen residing in Massachusetts and at least 18 years of age by election day is eligible to register.

Voters can register in person at their local election office, at the Registry of Motor Vehicles or by mail. If registering by mail, the forms must be postmarked by the August 17 deadline in order to be eligible.

Downloadable registration forms, locations of election offices and other information about voter registration is available online at the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts website.

Democratic hopefuls Frank A. Beshai, Dianna Biancheria, Mary Keefe, Ralph Perez and Worcester City Councilor Kate Toomey are all vying for the nomination on September 6 to take on Republic Brian O’Malley for Worcester's 15th District seat in the State House of Represenatives.

 

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