MAHA educates and mobilizes across Massachusetts to break down barriers to affordable and sustainable homeownership.
On a night when the race for Governor swung back and forth, voters gave a resounding YES to Question 4 which will give more than one million workers access to paid sick time on the job.
MAHA endorsed Question 4, our staff and volunteers collected signatures to help get it on the ballot, and our volunteers made thousands of calls over the last few weeks to urge MAHA members and graduates to vote yes. Nearly 60% of voters statewide supported earned sick time and, in Boston, nearly 75% voted yes.
MAHA congratulates Governor-elect Charlie Baker, Attorney General-elect Maura Healey, and Treasurer-elect Deb Goldberg. We look forward to working with each of them to help more low and moderate income homebuyers access the best mortgages and to close the racial homeownership gap in Massachusetts.
Your vote on November 4th will not only shape the political landscape, but shape the quality of life for you and your family for the next four years and beyond.
Vote to make a change.
Vote to protect your freedom.
Vote to have your voice heard.
Vote YES on Question #4- to get all workers the right to earn 5 days/year to care for themselves or family members. MAHA has endorsed a Yes vote. Read about it here.
Five candidates want your vote for Governor. The MA Voter Table has produced a guide that asks each candidate questions on important issues.
In addition, there are candidates running for Attorney General, State Treasurer, Sheriff, and more. Click here to see a list of candidates and where you vote. And we asked the 3 candidates for State Treasurer two questions about their role in promoting responsible mortgage lending. Read their answers.
This year we have Four Binding Ballot Questions that we can vote into our State Laws- No waiting for politicians to act. Now THAT's using your power to vote. Need more information? Call MAHA at 617-822-9100.
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