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The Debates for the Massachusetts election have begun.

  • October 3:  Attorney General Debate between incumbent Maura Healey and challenger Jay McMahon. The debate was hosted by WGBH News and moderated by Jim Braude and Margery Eagan. Watch the debate at www.wgbh.org. Antonio Caban and Maddie Kilgannon wrote an article about the debate at the wgbh link, but the video is not close captioned.
  • Tuesday, October 9 from 8-9 p.m.: Gubernatorial Debate is between incumbent Charlie Baker and opponent Jay Gonzalez.  The debate will air live on WBSK TV as well as stream live on CBSBoston.com. Jonathan Keller will moderate.  Anyone can submit issue-oriented questions by emailing kelleratlarge@wbztv.com or tweet @kelleratlarge.  For more information, visit boston.cbslocal.com.
  • Sunday, October 21 at 7 p.m.:  At this Senatorial Debate,  sponsored by WBGY Springfield, incumbent Elizabeth Warren will face Geoff Diehl.  Questions can be submitted at www.masslive.com.

Voter Information

New Resources

  • From RootedinRights.org – Their voting page has several good videos
  • From NAD.org (National Association of the Deaf) – an ASL Voter Assistance Hotline

Accessibility

If you encounter any accessibility issues, contact the state at 800-462-VOTE (8683) (toll free) or 617-727-2828. You may also e-mail them at elections@sec.state.ma.us.

The Disability Law Center can also help.  Please contact DLC at 800-872-9992 or 617-723-8455.  Visit their website www.dlc-ma.org.

Learn more about your voting rights and accessibility requirements at our website at revupma.org.

AutoMARK Machine:

All polling locations in MA are required to have a working AutoMARK machine, positioned so that voters can vote privately.  Anyone can use the AutoMARK.  Visit revupma.org for more information on how to use the AutoMARK machine.

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