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Massachusetts Secretary of State Race Heating Up
BOSTON — After nearly a quarter-century as the state's top elections official, Secretary of State William Galvin is facing his toughest re-election campaign in decades as he tries to fend off fellow Democrat and Boston City Councilor Josh Zakim in the Sept...
[RICHARD] MA Needs To Cooperate With Federal Voter Fraud Probe
Secretaries of State in several states, including Secretary William Galvin here in Massachusetts are refusing to cooperate with a federal probe into voter fraud.
It is widely believed that fraud has occurred nationwide in elections big and small for many years, long before the Russians allegedly…
Online Voter Registration Has Arrived In Mass.
Massachusetts is now the 21st state to offer online voter registration.
Secretary of State William Galvin said Tuesday that residents can use the new system to register to vote, change their address for voting purposes and even change party affiliation...
Secretary Of State Galvin Warns Against Budget Cuts
The state's top elections official says Massachusetts would not be able to hold a presidential primary next year under Republican Gov. Charlie Baker's state budget proposal.
Secretary of State William Galvin, a Democrat, told lawmakers on Tuesday that the spending plan ``drastically'' underfunds his …
Gov. Moves To Clarify Status Of DA
Gov. Charlie Baker is clarifying the status of acting Bristol District Attorney Thomas Quinn, whose office is prosecuting the murder trial of former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez.
Galvin Urges Utilities To Extend Shut-Off Date To April 15
Massachusetts Secretary William Galvin is urging public utilities to extend the financial hardship moratorium on shutting off gas and electricity until April 15.
    Under state law, utilities are barred from turning off service to residential customers between Nov. 15 ...
Light Turnout Expected for State Primary
The state's top elections official says fewer than one in five registered voters in Massachusetts could cast ballots in the U.S. Senate primaries.
Secretary of State William Galvin said Monday his ``best guess'' was for about 550,000 voters to take part in Tuesday's Democratic pri…

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