Voting has often been described as one of the
greatest privileges and duties of citizenship. Yet, apathy
often takes center stage in an election as too many people
who are eligible to vote do not take the time to register,
and a significant portion of registered voters do not bother
to cast a ballot.
Recent history has clearly demonstrated that
every vote counts. The 2000 Presidential election came down
to just a few hundred votes. Other state and local elections
have ended in closer results, one even being decided by a
Do you want your next city councilor to be decided
by a coin toss? Do you want your next city councilor decided
by someone else?
Decisions are made by those who show up. Be
sure to register. Be sure to vote.
How Do I Register to Vote?
Complete information about registering to vote,
forms and instructions are available in the Massachusetts
Elections Division Website
Where Do I Vote?
You can find where to cast your ballot in the
City of Worcester Elections
Commission Website simply by entering your name and date