Massachusetts Endorsements & Voting Guide

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This Spring, Clean Water Action is supporting 2 environmental champions who are running for state legislative office: 

Susan Moran in the Plymouth and Barnstable Senate district including Plymouth, Falmouth, Bourne, Sandwich, Pembroke, Kingston.

Danillo Sena in the 37th Middlesex House district including Lunenburg, Harvard, Shirley, Ayer, Acton, and Boxborough.  

Use our voting guide at the bottom of this page to find out how to vote safely!  

Susan Moran is a dedicated public servant and long time municipal leader.  Whether advocating for climate preparedness or protecting water quality, she has been on the ground in Falmouth improving access to clean water, clean air, and clean energy.   She is a lawyer and leader with a proven track record of advocating for her community and those most vulnerable to public health crises. Election Day: May 19

Danillo Sena is an experienced professional in public policy and a Dreamer from Brazil. He would be the first Brazilian immigrant elected to a state legislature in the country if he wins. Dan has taken strong stances on shifting the state to 100% renewable energy, increasing funding for public transportation, and promoting environmental justice policies that would stop the siting of dangerous polluting infrastructure like incinerators, power plants, and compressor stations in neighborhoods of color. Election Day: June 2

Clean Water Action is proud to endorse these two candidates for the state legislature. Learn more about how to vote for them below.  

Paid for by Clean Water Action for distribution to its members. Not authorized by any candidate or committee.

Clean Water Action’s special election voting guide:

The information provided is what we could attain to the best of our ability. Each city and town has different procedures so we urge you to confirm all information and seek out additional guidance from your local election department or campaigns.     

We recommend that you request 2 Early Voting ballots now. If you choose to vote in person, please follow CDC’s physical distancing guidelines as much as possible while voting. Each town has different rules and some towns have their own “Early Voting Ballot Application,” please try to check with your Town Hall as well as using the State resources.  

Step 1: Download the state applications for early voting ballot here: Municipal or State

Step 2Fill out the applications (don’t worry about “Special Circumstances”)

Step 3: Send your applications to your local elections department - see below for details.

Step 4: When you ballots arrive in the mail - immediately vote and send it back according to the instructions from your city or town.  

Please request your ballots using the application as soon as possible. Town Halls are at limited capacity and having state and municipal elections at the same time is making it much harder for the public servants   

To Vote for Susan Moran in the Plymouth and Barnstable Senate District (Bourne, Falmouth, Kingston, Pembroke, Plymouth, and Sandwich):  

Bourne - Mail applications to:  Town Clerk, 24 Perry Avenue, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532

Falmouth - Election Instructions are here on their Town website. Mail applications to the Town Clerk’s Office: 59 Town Hall Square, Falmouth, MA 02540, or E-mail applications to michael.palmer@falmouthma.gov or fax to 508-457-2511

Kingston - Mail applications to Paul M. Gallagher, Town Clerk; Kingston Town House, 26 Evergreen Street, Kingston, MA 02364.

Pembroke - Mail applications to Margaret Struzik, Town Hall, Room 11, 100 Center Street, Pembroke, MA 02359

Plymouth - You can email applications to lpizer@townhall.plymouth.ma.us, mail applications to Town Hall, 26 Court St., Plymouth, MA 02360, or place them in the delivery drop box at the upper entrance to town hall.

Sandwich - You can e-mail applications to: townclerk@sandwichmass.org or mail to: 145 Main Street, Sandwich, MA 02563

To Vote for Danillo Sena in the 37th Middlesex District (Acton, Ayer, Boxborough, Harvard, Lunenburg and Shirley)

Acton - You can email the applications to clerk@actonma.gov or mail to: Town Clerk, 472 Main St., Acton, MA 01720

Ayer - Mail applications to: Town Clerk, Ayer Town Hall, 1 Main Street, Ayer, MA 01432

Boxborough - You may use any piece of paper to request a ballot, as long as you include ALL of these: Name, Address where you are registered to vote, Address where you wish the ballot be sent, Election(s) you are requesting a ballot for, and Signature. Requests can be mailed to the attention of the Town Clerk, 29 Middle Road, Boxborough, MA  01719. You can also take a picture of a signed applications and email the photo to emarkiewicz@boxborough-ma.gov.

Harvard - You can mail your applications to: Harvard Town Clerk, 13 Ayer Road, Harvard, MA 01451 or email to mkenney@harvard.ma.usAlternatively, you may submit a signed letter containing your name, date of birth, address, mailing address, and indicate which election you are requesting a ballot for, take a picture of the signed letter and email it to: mkenney@harvard.ma.us. Absentee ballots (not applications) may be dropped off in the night box.  

Lunenburg - You can call 978-582-4230(ext. 4) or email applications to townclerk@lunenburgonline.com

Shirley - You can mail applications to: Town Clerk, Town Offices, 1st Floor, 7 Keady Way, Shirley, MA 01464

Clean Water Action is responsible for the content of this independent expenditure. It is not coordinated with or approved by any candidate nor is any candidate responsible for it. 

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