Massachusetts is not immune to voter suppression

Here’s What You Need to Know.  In Massachusetts:

  1. You DO NOT need to show photo ID to vote. You may be asked for proof that you are registered at your current address if you are voting at a new polling place, if you are an inactive voter or if your voting status is challenged.
  2. You can bring someone to help you in the voting booth.
  3. If you feel intimidated by anyone at the polling station, you have the right to report it immediately to election staff or poll observers without penalty.
  4. If you feel threatened or intimidated by election staff or poll observers, you have the right to call 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683), email info@866ourvote.org or tweet @866OURVOTE to notify them of the problem.
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