Voting and Elections

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Website 
www.mass.gov

Information on Voting
How to register to vote
Massachusetts State Primary and Election Schedule information

Massachusetts Elected Officials

United States Senators 
Elizabeth Warren
Scott P. Brown

U.S. Representative District 1
Congressman Richard Neal

Governor

Deval L. Patrick

Lt. Governor
Timothy P. Murray

The General Court -- The Commonwealth's legislature is composed of two chambers.

The lower chamber is called the House of Representatives and 
Buckland's Representative in the General Court (MA State Legislature) is Paul W. Mark.
The Massachusetts House of Representatives is comprised of 160 members, each representing a district of approximately 40,000 people. As required by the Massachusetts Constitution, the House meets every 72 hours, year-round in either formal or informal session to consider legislation. The Massachusetts House is led by the Speaker of the House who is elected by the members of the body at the beginning of each two-year legislative session. The Massachusetts Legislature, known as the General Court, has been meeting since 1713.

The upper chamber is called the Senate and 
Buckland's State Senator in the General Court (MA State Legislature) is Stanley C. Rosenberg.
The Senate is comprised of 40 members, with each Senator elected to represent a district consisting of approximately 159,000 people. As required by the Massachusetts Constitution, the Senate meets every 72 hours, year-round in either formal or informal session to consider legislation. The Massachusetts  Senate is led by the President of the Senate who is elected by the members of the body at the beginning of each two-year legislative session. The Massachusetts Legislature, known as the General Court, has been meeting since 1713.