Recovery Voices Count
How to Vote to Support Recovery
If you’re not registered, then you should register by clicking the link above. Print the form, fill it out, and then mail it in, or drop it off at the Anchor Recovery Community Center and they’ll mail it for you. If you’ve changed address, party affiliation, or your name you fill out the same form as a new registration, just check the appropriate box for the information you’re changing.
Click the link above to make sure your voter registration is valid. Enter your information into the “View your personal voter registration” area and then click “search.”
If any information is wrong, you’ll need to fill out a new voter registration form. For example, if you’ve moved you’ll need to fill out a new voter registration form.
You need to know where you’re going to vote. Click the link above to determine where you should go to vote. Fill out the information at the bottom of the screen where it says “View general voter information.”
It is important that you know who your legislators are and how to contact them. If possible, try to get to know your legislators; especially that you’re a person in long term recovery from addiction, and that you vote. Consider sending a short email to each of your representatives asking them to support recovery oriented legislation, or better still, visit them at the State House and tell them your story in person!
Fill out the information at the bottom of the screen where it says “View general voter information.”