Voter Registration Form
You can print out a PDF copy of the Massachusetts Voter Registration form by clicking here. Print out the form, fill it out and deliver it to your town or city clerk by 8pm on Wednesday October 19th. Not sure of where to bring the form? Click here for a town-by-town list. If delivering your application by hand, it must be received by your clerk by 8pm on October 19. If sending your application it must be postmarked on or before October 19th.
Register to Vote Online
Massachusetts now has online voter registration - you can register for the first time or update your information at the click of a button. You must register by October 19th. Click here to register or update your voter registration online.
Pre-Printed Voter Registration Form
Prefer to fill out your information on the computer and print out a completed voter registration card that you can deliver to your town or city clerk? Click here to use the Keating Campaign's Rock the Vote tool.
Confirm you are registered to vote
Not sure if (or where) you are registered to vote? The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has a great tool available that will allow you to check on the status of your voter registration. Click here to check your registration status.
Request an absentee ballot
If you are out of town or physically unable to make it to the polls on election day you can request an absentee ballot from your town or city clerk. You can download an absentee ballot request form by clicking here. Note: A family member of a person qualified to vote by absentee ballot may apply in the same manner for you. They can download that form by clicking here.
Military and Overseas US Citizens
If you are a member of our armed forces or a US citizen living overseas you can request an absentee ballot using the Federal Post Card Aplication available by clicking here. More information about this process is available from Secretary of State Bill Galvin's website by following this link.
Pledge your vote to Bill Keating
After you've registered to vote or requested your absentee ballot please consider pledging to vote for Bill Keating. Click here to pledge your vote.