The Massachusetts Presidential Primary is next Tuesday, March 1st.
Our Commonwealth’s primary is part of what is called Super Tuesday* where several states hold their primaries the same day.
What you need to know to vote in the March 1st presidential primary
- Polls open in Massachusetts at 7am and close at 8pm.
- Absentee Ballots are now available for the March 1st Primary:
- Find out where to vote in person on March 1st:
Where do the candidates stand on arts, culture, and the creative economy?
As of this post, MALC found no candidate (Democrat, Independent, or Republican) has a stand-alone platform for arts, culture, and/or the creative economy!
MALC would like to suggest to ALL of those running for the office of President of the United States (POTUS) to read MALC’s 2014 Governor’s challenge, as formulated and put forth to all gubernatorial candidates during the 2014 election. Our policy paper can easily be scaled up to include the needs of arts, culture and the creative economy across the nation; it highlights much of the work MALC actively addresses at the policy table.
The MALC Challenge for the next Governor: Be a Champion of the Arts, Culture, and the Creative Economy
MALC does not endorse candidates or political parties
(MALC does not take money. We are an all volunteer coalition.)
The Candidates’ platforms
Below are links to the websites of candidates running for the office of the U.S. President**:
(Listed in alphabetical order. Candidates without an active website are listed, but do not have links.)
Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente – no active website
Third Party Candidates (as of this post):
Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – no active website
Jill Stein (Green)
*A link to an informative article about Super Tuesday:
**A list of all the current candidates registered and/or running for office of President: