We’re entering the most critical phase of our campaign—getting out the vote!
This weekend, we’ll have thousands of volunteers knocking doors and making calls in cities and towns across our Commonwealth, all with one goal: Turn our supporters out to vote Yes on 3 and uphold protections for our transgender neighbors on Election Day!
If you haven’t called or canvassed now is the time. Don’t wake up the day after Election Day wishing you’d done more to keep discrimination out of Massachusetts.
We’ll have stations in the Boston area—including at our Newbury Street office and in Dorchester, Jamaica Plain, Arlington and Cambridge—as well as in Waltham, Quincy, Newton, Framingham, Worcester, Northampton and Greenfield.
Those are the most important locations where we need volunteers, but if you can’t get to any of them, we can help you volunteer remotely.
We’ve seen our opponents ratcheting up their fear campaign as Election Day gets closer. The best way to fight it is by having quality, face-to-face conversations with voters right before they go into the polling booth.