Vote yes on ballot questions

Published: 10/19/2020 9:56:21 AM

Yes…Yes…Yes…Yes! It’s that easy to vote on this year’s ballot questions. While we are, of course, focused on the presidential election, we also get to vote on important ballot questions this fall.

Question 1 guarantees that as cars get more computerized, you can provide access to codes and other repair information to your independent repair shop and not just the big dealerships.

Question 2 would implement Ranked Choice Voting for statewide, legislative and federal congressional races, allowing you, if you wish, to vote for more than one candidate in order of preference. It would allow you to vote for who you really want without “wasting your vote” and would ensure the winner has majority support.

Question 3 — 1st Franklin (Natalie Blais) district only — instructs her to support legislation to require Massachusetts to get to 100% renewable energy within two decades and make significant progress within five years.

Question 4 — 1st Franklin (Natalie Blais) district only — instructs her to support legislation that would make votes in legislative committees publicly available on the Legislature’s website. We need more transparency to get bills like 100% renewable unstuck.

Think positive – vote Yes on all ballot questions.

Ferd Wulkan



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