In 2016, transgender equality was written into the law in Massachusetts. But this November, those protections could be wiped away, as Massachusetts becomes the first state in the country to vote on transgender rights. And it will take each and every one of us to ensure that equality prevails at the ballot box and everyone votes YES on 3 to uphold equality.

Join other GLAD supporters to help get out the vote! We’ll canvass and talk to voters about why this issue matters. All talking points and materials will be provided, and no experience is necessary.

Snacks provided.
Location accessible from the Quincy Center MBTA stop. | Parking available.


Q: What does the schedule for the day look like?
A: Folks will be gathering at the church in Quincy at 10:00am for pizza and a 1-hour orientation. They will then break out into groups and be driven to a designated part of the Quincy neighborhood to canvass on foot from 11:00am-2:00pm. They will return at to the church at 2:00pm for a debrief.

Q: What should I bring?
A: Comfortable clothing and shoes, a water bottle, a cell phone and portable charger (if you worry about your phone running out of battery).

Q: What if I am not comfortable canvassing but still want to get involved?
A: You can consider phone banking or data entry which happen on weekdays from 6:00pm-9:00pm. For more information, visit


Questions? Contact Chris Rainville at or 617.426.1350.