Our elected officials vote on policies that can make a dramatic difference on how people access basic resources like food, but they need to know food insecurity and supporting those in need are priorities for voters. Your voice matters and you can make a difference. Getting involved by voting is one of the key ingredients to how we solve hunger in Massachusetts.
Election Day is coming up on Tuesday, November 8, 2022. If you are passionate about passing equitable, sustainable policies that target hunger and poverty in our state, it’s important that you get involved. We can't solve hunger without your vote. You can elect officials who prioritize hunger and will support legislation that benefits working families and children.
The Election on November 8th are a big one. Here's who you will be voting into office:
You can vote early in person or by mail. The early voting period is Oct. 22 to Nov. 4, but each city and town will choose dates and times during that period for you to vote early in person. The early voting locations may also be different than on Nov. 8. Learn when and where you can vote early in your city or town.
Ballot Question #1 is the Fair Share Amendement. Voting "Yes" on Ballot Question #1 will:
Project Bread endorses the Fair Share Amendment and asks you to join us in Voting Yes on Question 1 for the election on November 8th.
To help you vote against hunger this election, Project Bread invited all new or opposed candidates for state legislature to go on the record and answer important questions regarding policy and food insecurity in the Commonwealth through a questionnaire. 14 Candidates responded to our request. Here is how they answered.
Project Bread does not endorse candidates, but we do encourage voters interested in addressing hunger to read candidates’ responses.
Encourage your family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, and communities to do the same so that Massachusetts Votes Against Hunger this fall! You can vote on November 8th or earlier in person or by mail.Check voter registration status