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"The Democratic and Republican parties don't 'own' your vote, you do.
If you think independent, vote independent."
~ Evan Falchuk, United Independent Party Candidate for Governor of Massachusetts

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United Independent Party

Massachusetts law gives huge advantages to candidates supported by official parties. If you want to change the system, there has to be a party to do it.  This is where your membership matters.Checklist_United_Indepedent.jpg

Under Massachusetts law, 43,000 people (1% of voters) must be enrolled in the United Independent Party by November 2016 for it to retain its official status. Joining the UIP means you’re playing an integral role in keeping this status and ensuring the UIP is a permanent part of the political landscape.

As of June 22, 2015 Massachusetts residents at least 18 years of age are able to register to vote and change party affiliation online. 

It's easy and takes just two minutes.

To register to vote or change your voter registration to the United Independent Party visit the Secretary of State's website.

Building a future that has real choices, authentic political debate, and meaningful change starts with your enrollment. 

Have questions? Fill out the form below and someone from the United Independent Party will contact you shortly.