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Say NO to Vote By Mail in MA!
Massachusetts’ “Vote by mail” program is set to expire by the end of June. The legislature will need to decide if they want to continue this COVID-19 related election experiment or let it expire. After nearly 500 days, Governor Baker is finally letting almost all of his COVID-19 related orders expire this Saturday and MassFiscal believes vote by mail should join them as they enter the ash heap of history.

Even without the pandemic related vote by mail program, any voter who cannot vote in person on Election Day can request an absentee ballot and still vote. Massachusetts also continues to have several weeks of early voting. There’s simply no reason to mail millions of ballots through the post office. It’s time to get back to normal.

While many voters used vote by mail during the height of the pandemic, there are still many unanswered questions that remain for how secure the process was.

Please click below to contact Governor Charlie Baker, Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, your state senator and state representative. They need to hear from you that you do not want to expend vote by mail in 2022. 

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