Over the weekend, The Boston Globe’s became the first major newspaper to come out in support of Elizabeth Warren running for president. In a two page spread penned by the editorial board, The Globe made the case for why Elizabeth Warren’s causes would be best championed from the presidential campaign trail and the White House. The […]
S. 1975, a new election modernization bill in Massachusetts, would allow early voting, online voter registration, and preregistration, as well as other updates to make voting more fair. These reforms are vital for making elections accessible to as many Bay Staters as possible. That’s why Sara Brady of the organization MassVOTE started several MoveOn Petitions to the legislature, encouraging them to pass the bill.
This year, the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act and dozens of U.S. states got busy introducing restrictive voting bills that would prevent poor, minority, and elderly voters from making it to the polls. Meanwhile, Massachusetts legislators were working to pass an election modernization bill that would allow online voter registration and early voting. That’s why Sara Brady of the organization MassVOTE started several MoveOn Petitions asking members of the Massachusetts General Court to stand up for the state’s voters and pass the bill.
It doesn’t look like they parted on good terms.
Call them “fees” or “bananas,” the folks in Massachusetts still had to pay extra.
During a debate with challenger Scott Brown in the race to be the next Senator from Massachusetts, she issues a rallying cry for all of us across the country.
A wonderful video about a man who truly loved his country.
Shocking? Yes. Surprising? No . . .