Should Massachusetts institute same-day voter registration?

Should Massachusetts institute same-day voter registration?

The Boston Globe - Fri, 02 Mar 2018 20:31:28 GMT
Last summer, Suffolk Superior Court Justice Douglas H. Wilkins found that the state's requirement that citizens register to vote within 20 days of an election in order to cast...

Globalist Democrats in Beantown want same-day registration AND then the right to vote.  This with no need to provide any ID… get the picture?  The response should be “NO” as stated by Gordon Andrews, who is a Halifax resident and Republican State Committee member.

Mr. Andrews stated, “Voting is the way our citizens get to participate in our constitutional republic. If our citizens value the ability to elect our officials, having to register to vote before the election is an important part of the system. The advance registration requirement — in Massachusetts, voters must register at least 20 days before the election to be eligible to vote — provides the time that local elected officials need to check on the person’s credentials and make completely certain they aren’t able to vote in more than one polling locations. “