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The 191st General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill H.615 188th (2013 - 2014)

An Act relative to creating access to early voting

By Mr. Michlewitz of Boston, a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 615) of Aaron Michlewitz and others for legislation to establish procedures for early voting in elections in cities and towns. Election Laws.

Bill Information

Presenter:
Aaron Michlewitz

Cosponsors

Name District/Address
Aaron Michlewitz 3rd Suffolk
Kevin G. Honan 17th Suffolk
Josh S. Cutler 6th Plymouth
Jason M. Lewis Fifth Middlesex
Robert M. Koczera 11th Bristol
Denise Provost 27th Middlesex
Michael J. Finn 6th Hampden
Ann-Margaret Ferrante 5th Essex
Paul J. Donato 35th Middlesex
William N. Brownsberger Second Suffolk and Middlesex
Peter V. Kocot 1st Hampshire
Gailanne M. Cariddi 1st Berkshire
Frank I. Smizik 15th Norfolk
Louis L. Kafka 8th Norfolk
James J. Dwyer 30th Middlesex
Ruth B. Balser 12th Middlesex
Kay Khan 11th Middlesex
Cory Atkins 14th Middlesex
Jay R. Kaufman 15th Middlesex
Jonathan Hecht 29th Middlesex
Denise Andrews 2nd Franklin
Patricia D. Jehlen Second Middlesex
Michael J. Barrett Third Middlesex
Jeffrey Sánchez 15th Suffolk
Daniel B. Winslow 9th Norfolk
David M. Rogers 24th Middlesex
Jennifer E. Benson 37th Middlesex
Carlos Henriquez 5th Suffolk
Edward F. Coppinger 10th Suffolk
Timothy R. Madden Barnstable, Dukes and Nantucket
Thomas M. Stanley 9th Middlesex
Daniel A. Wolf Cape and Islands
Sal N. DiDomenico Middlesex and Suffolk
Thomas P. Conroy 13th Middlesex

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