Massachusetts Governor: Links & Resources
Key sites for voting and election information, candidates' positions on the issues, state government links, campaign finance law guidelines and more coverage of the race.
Secretary of the Commonwealth, Elections Division
William Francis Galvin, director
1 Ashburton Place, Room 1705
Boston, MA 02108
FAX: (617) 742-3238
The Massachusetts Elections Division Web site features
information on registering to vote, election schedules,
congressional district maps, and historical information
on voting patterns and ballot measures.
The Commonwealth of
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Web site has useful links to
state agencies and information about state government and
politics. The site includes a database of 351 cities and
towns with informative Web sites.
Office of the Governor
The official Web site of acting Gov. Paul Cellucci (R) provides press releases, a list of his accomplishments and initiatives and announcements from the Massachusetts executive branch.
General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
The General Court's Web site gives residents of the
Bay state legislative information, bills and their
histories, and committee listings with hearing schedules.
Massachusetts Elections Game
From the Secretary of the Commonwealth, this is a list of
suggestions for encouraging young people to register and
vote when they turn 18. The game is a mock registration
and election designed to make the process fun for
Boston Globe Campaign News
News on Massachusetts' elections from the Boston Globe, as well as candidate profiles and an archive of debate Webcasts.
Local and regional news.
ElectNet Massachusetts covers both Senate and gubernatorial elections with periodic updates and includes links to incumbent officials, candidates and other state political Web sites. ElectNet also features forums, interactive surveys, summary pages for all states holding elections this year and updates and background information on races in all 50 states.
Government Links from Project Vote Smart
Project Vote Smart, the flagship program of the non-partisan Center for National Independence in Politics, is a clearinghouse for information on more than 13,000 candidates, state and national elections and state offices. One of its key functions is an issues survey that allows users to look at a candidate's positions without wading through advertising or spin doctors. The site's Massachusetts page includes links to official state pages, campaign contact information, biographical and contact information on members of the state legislature and links to voting information.