MA Presidential Primary Ballot set for March 1st

The ballots are set. Please make sure you are registered and can vote!

Westford Republican Town Committee

By Gerry Tuoti

Posted Jan. 4, 2016 at 5:43 PM
Updated at 5:48 PM

The countdown to Super Tuesday has begun in earnest since the calendar turned to 2016.

While the state Democratic, Republican and Green-Rainbow parties already submitted their lists of presidential candidates to the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s office last month, the field will grow by one.

San Diego businessman Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente has qualified for the Massachusetts Democratic Primary ballot by filing 2.573 signatures with Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin’s office, Galvin spokesman Brian McNiff said Monday.

Jan. 4 marked the deadline for presidential candidates to deliver nomination papers ahead of the March 1 Massachusetts Presidential Primary.

Under Massachusetts law, a candidate can qualify for the presidential primary ballot by being designated by their state party’s committee or filing nomination papers with at least 2,500 certified signatures. Additionally, the secretary can place candidates…

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Author: dwormell

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