MAHA educates and mobilizes across Massachusetts to break down barriers to affordable and sustainable homeownership.

    MAHA Endorses a "Yes" Vote on Ballot Question #4: the "Budget For All"

    YES on Budget For All is a message to the President and Congress to:

    PREVENT CUTS - to Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, Veterans benefits, or to housing, food, and unemployment assistance.

    CREATE AND PROTECT JOBS - by investing in manufacturing, schools, housing, renewable energy, transportation, and other public services.

    PROVIDE NEW REVENUES - by closing corporate tax loopholes, ending offshore tax havens, and raising taxes on incomes over $250,000

    REDIRECT MILITARY SPENDING - to these domestic needs by reducing the military budget, ending the war in Afghanistan and bringing US troops home safely now.

    This non-binding referendum question is on the ballot as Question #4 in Boston. It is also on the ballot in many other communities throughout the state. Visit for a list of communities and the question number in each one.

    Visit for more information on the campaign.

    Today is the Deadline for Registering To Vote

    Click here to print the mail-in voter registration form. Fill it out and mail it TODAY. It must be postmarked Wednesday, October 17th in order for you to vote on November 6th.

    In Boston, mail the form to: Elections Department, City Hall, Boston, MA 02201. Outside Boston, call your City or Town Hall to get the address.

    After you've registered, make sure your family, co-workers, and friends will also be able to vote on November 6th!

    To check your voter registration status in Boston, go to Outside Boston, call your City or Town Clerk to check your status.

    Call MAHA at 617-822-9100 if you have any questions about registering and voting.

    We all have a lot at stake on November 6th! Please make sure your voice is heard.


    Massachusetts Affordable Housing Alliance
    1803 Dorchester Avenue
    Dorchester, MA 02124
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