Did you know that there are low income seniors and persons with disabilities right in your own community that need your help? With compassion, patience, and a few hours each month, you can make a difference. Consider volunteering with the Massachusetts Money Management Program .
Attention Massachusetts voters in Congressional District 5: It’s time to vote (yes, again). We’ve anticipated some of your questions about the special state primary today, Tuesday, Oct. 15—and subsequent election on Thursday, Dec. 10—and have provided answers below:
In 1994, Sec. William Francis Galvin was elected as Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the state’s top third constitutional office, where he has served ever since. The 28th elected secretary in the Commonwealth’s history, Galvin serves as the state’s elections officer, and is one of the top election law specialists in the state. With a special primary election and special state election coming up soon in the Fifth Congressional District of the state, we posed "3 Questions" to Sec. Galvin about elections, special elections…and voter fatigue.
AARP Massachusetts invites local residents to voice their thoughts and concerns about the future of Medicare and Social Security during a You’ve Earned a Say Community Conversation on Thursday, Sept. 12, from 1:30-2:30 p.m., at the Amherst Senior Center in the Bangs Community Center, Amherst.
The AARP Massachusetts Executive Council provides strategic direction for AARP at the state level. The 10-member board includes 9 volunteers, led by the State President, Linda F. Fitzgerald. Each member brings uniquely valuable skills and experience to AARP.
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