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Everything you need to know for voting this November!

We will be having statewide general elections this November and you can find some important details and deadlines above. If you would like to either register to vote in Massachusetts, or update your voter registration information, you can visit the Secretary of State’s website. You can also visit their website to register online to vote in-person, or to vote-by-mail. For Malden residents, you can also choose to visit the City Clerk’s Office in City Hall in-person:


In-Person *You will need a Massachusetts RMV issued ID


215 Pleasant St, 2nd Floor,

Malden, MA 02148

In order to vote in the General Election, you must register before the below deadlines for mail-in and in-person voting:

General Election | November 8, 7AM to 8PM

Registration Deadline: October 29, 5PM

Vote-by-Mail Request Deadline: November 1, 5PM

Mail-in Ballot Deadline: Delivered to City Clerk by November 12, 5PM; Postmarked by November 8





亲自 *必须持有有效麻州身份证或行车证


215 Pleasant St, 2nd Floor,

Malden, MA 02148

州选举日 | 11月 8日, 早上7点至晚上8点

登记投票截止时间: 10月29日,下午5点

登记邮寄投票截止时间: 11月1日, 下午5点

邮寄选票最迟的返还时间: 11月12日晚上5点前寄到达市书记处;或11月8日下午5点前亲自带到市书记处

Dear Friends,

I hope you and your loved ones are enjoying the recent fall weather and apple-picking season! As mentioned in my last newsletter, I will be highlighting some achievements we have made in the final FY23 State Budget. Thank you for all your support and I look forward to continue serving the great city and people of Malden!

On July 28, Governor Baker signed Fiscal Year 2023 (FY23) budget, allocating $52.7 billion to provide resources and supports to our communities, families, businesses, and workers. The budget fully funds the continued implementation of the Student Opportunity Act, while expanding existing programs and making record investments in early education and childcare, housing and homeownership, college financial aid, economic and workforce development, behavioral health care, and local aid.

I am confident that this comprehensive spending plan will help Malden and communities across the Commonwealth to address immediate needs in a post-pandemic world and make sustainable long-term investments to help our economy recover.

Read the full newsletter here to learn more about the latest progress in the House, as well as a number of helpful resources for you and your family as we continue to cope with the ongoing pandemic.


Representative Steven Ultrino

You can also learn more about the FY23 Final Budget under the "FY23 Budget" section of the website or simply click below!

The Malden Delegation worked with City officials and regional coalitions to secure over $1 million for combating regional impacts from climate change.

MALDEN – Friday, September 23, 2022 – Governor Baker’s Administration recently announced $32.8 million in grants to municipalities throughout the Commonwealth through the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs’ (EOEEA) Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) Grant Program. The program was launched in 2017 and has since invested a total of $100 million to 97% of cities and towns in Massachusetts.

The City of Malden is one of 73 communities to receive action grant funding through the latest round of applications. $200,550 will be directly invested in the Malden River Works Project which aims to transform two acres of land behind the Malden Department of Public Works into a climate-resilient riverfront park. The investment will be used to continue design work and prepare construction documents for the project, with bids ready to be released by the fall of 2023. Since 2020, Malden River Works has received a total of $704,150 in MVP grants, bringing the project’s design phase up to 75% completion. The continued investment from the state has been crucial to the planning and implementation of an important project that represents a new wave of climate resilient planning steps taken by the City.

Additionally, this year, as a member of the Resilient Mystic Collaborative and the Saugus River Watershed Council, Malden has also been working with a coalition of cities and towns surrounding the Mystic and Saugus River Watershed to develop sustainable climate change planning in the region. The City will be closely involved in the Regional Saugus River Watershed Vulnerability and Adaptation Study which will study and provide adaptation recommendations for future climate resiliency planning as well as the two-year Wicked Cool Mystic program of community-centric pilot projects to help residents combat heat waves as a result of climate change. These regional initiatives around the Mystic and Saugus River Watersheds which have been awarded a combined total of $1,046,787 from the MVP Action Grants – an historic amount for the region.

“I am excited to see the Governor and the State’s continued support for the Malden River Works project,” said State Representative Steven Ultrino (D – Malden). “As an Environmental Justice Community, it is crucial that we lead the way and highlight the importance of regional climate resilience planning for other cities and towns across the state. I would like to thank the leadership of the Malden River Works Steering Committee and hope to see even more collaboration across the region as we work together to build a more sustainable and climate resilient community.”

“I’m delighted to see the City of Malden helping to lead the way toward a more sustainable future for our entire region,” said State Senator Jason Lewis. “The state legislature has prioritized funding for the MVP program because we understand how critical it is for local municipalities to receive both technical and financial assistance to help mitigate the growing impacts from climate change, such as increased flooding and ecological damage. I’m hopeful that projects like Malden River Works will become a model for collaboration between state and local stakeholders to forge innovative and sustainable relationships with our natural environment.”

“The Malden River Works Project has been making great progress and this funding will make sure that progress is able to continue,” said State Representative Paul Donato (D–Medford). “Not only is this project bringing accessible outdoor space to Malden, it's an important step in making sure that our community remains resilient to the effects of climate change. We must continue to fund climate sustainable infrastructure if we care about protecting our future.”

"I'm thrilled that, through multiple grant rounds including this latest, Malden will have received upwards of $1 million in State funds through the MVP Program," said State Representative Kate Lipper-Garabedian (D–Melrose). "I was glad to join the full legislative delegation in advocating for the City's applications. The Malden River Works project represents a promising intersection in our priorities of climate resiliency and access to shared community spaces."

As the MVP program reaches its five-year anniversary, EOEEA is formulating a process, trainings, and resources, called “MVP Planning 2.0,” for updating MVP plans and the priority actions identified within them and is expected to launch in Spring 2023. You may find a full list of this year’s MVP Action Grant recipients and learn more about grant program here.


If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to:

Claudia Chung, Legislative Aide

Office of Representative Steven Ultrino

(617) 722-2070

Sarah Zeiberg, District Director

Office of Senator Jason Lewis

(617) 722-1206

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