Who is on the MA Ballot in 2016?
Visit the MA Secretary of State website for a chart showing which positions will be on the ballot in specific years. For a list of your specific choices, visit wheredoivotema.com, enter your address, and click on Sample Ballot.
- President and Vice-President
- Democrat – Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine
- Repubican – Donald Trump and Mike Pence
- Libertarian – Gary Johnson and William Weld
- Green Party – Jill Stein
- U.S. Representative in Washington – MA elects 9 U.S. Representatives every 2 years. We Our current U.S. Representatives are listed below. All 9 have filed for re-election. Not all representatives have opponents in the November election.
- 1st District. Richard Neal. Democrat
- 2nd District. James “Jim” McGovern. Democrat
- 3rd District. Niki Tsongas. Democrat
- 4th District. Joseph Kennedy III. Democrat
- 5th District. Katherine Clark. Democrat
- 6th District. Seth Moulton. Democrat
- 7th District. Michael Capuano. Democrat
- 8th District. Stephen Lynch. Democrat
- 9th District. William Keating. Democrat
No statewide positions are on the 2016 ballot.
As we approach November, the state usually provides a ballot view for each voter. We will provide links when these views are avaiable.
- State Senators – 40 Senators are elected every 2 years. Visit malegislature.gov for more information.
- State Representatives – 160 Representatives are elected every 2 years. Visit malegislature.gov for more information.
- County Sheriffs are elected every 6 years (this year). Boston Magazine published an informational article on MA Sheriffs, with links to additional information.
- Governor’s Council – 8 Governor’s Council members are elected every 2 years. Visit ma.gov for more information. Arguably, the Governor’s Council’s most important role is in approving the governor’s MA Supreme Court nominations. REV Up MA does NOT take a partisan position, but we are providing a link to a recent article in the Milford Daily News which illustrates the considerations of the Governor’s Council.