Tag Archives: voting

GOP Chair

I would like to propose that the MA GOP in their  platform.   I would like to find a way to have the local town/city committees have a vote in who the next Chair is.  After all the grass roots, boots to the ground committees are the ones who are trying to keep this party alive and viable.  If we…

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What If Voting Were as Easy as Renting a DVD From Netflix?

Hey Red Mass, My name is Jack from Winchester, and I wanted to let you all know about a new election process tool out there called TurboVote. Their tagline is that they make voting as easy as renting a DVD from Netflix. What TurboVote does is streamline the voter registration and absentee ballot request process using the Internet and good…

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BEATY SAYS “NO” TO NEEDLESS CAPE COD REGIONAL GOVERNMENT EXPANSION & HIGHER COUNTY-WIDE TAXATION

     Ever since colonial times, counties have existed in conjunction with Massachusetts government.   Barnstable County was founded in the year 1685. Initially, counties had mainly judicial purposes; however, gradually more and more duties were assimilated, like management of the local prison system, control of specific medical care institutions, roadway maintenance, farming matters and recording of real estate deeds.…

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Why Do Republicans Want to Keep People from Voting?

Republicans across the country are working very hard to pass laws to create obstacles to voting for otherwise-eligible voters: But since the 2010 election, thanks to a conservative advocacy group founded by Weyrich, the GOP’s effort to disrupt voting rights has been more widespread and effective than ever. In a systematic campaign orchestrated by the American Legislative Exchange Council –…

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