Last day for Presidential Election early in-person voting is Oct. 30
Wednesday 10/28 – 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Thursday, 10/29 – 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Friday, 10/30 – 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
* * Please note that no more than 4 voters will be allowed in Town Hall to vote early at all times.
What to bring or know when voting early in person:
- Wear a Face Covering
- Bring a Pen – Blue or Black ink Paper Mate Flair (if you don’t want to borrow one)
- Bring a Clip Board or Book to mark your ballot on (if you don’t want to use a Voting Booth)
- Bring an ID – in some cases voters will be required to show an ID.
- Maintain Social Distancing – keep 6’ away from anyone not from your household
EARLY VOTING (by mail or in person) FAQ:
If I applied for a vote by mail ballot can I appear to vote in person at an early voting site or at the polls on Election Day?
If your vote by mail ballot has not been received back to the Town Clerk’s Office – YES, you may still appear to vote in person at the polls on Election Day. These voters will be required to complete additional paperwork and will need to show an ID. Should your mail in ballot be received after you voted early in person or at the polls on Election Day that ballot will be rejected and will not be counted.
If a vote by mail ballot has already been received back by the Town Clerk’s Office – NO.
A returned vote by mail ballot is considered cast and you will not be eligible to vote by mail, early in person or in person at the polls on Election Day.
If I vote early in person can I appear to vote in person at the polls on Election Day?
NO – If you appeared to vote early in person your ballot will be considered cast and you will not be eligible to vote by mail, or in person at the polls on Election Day. Voting in Person at the Polls after submitting an early ballot is prohibited as outlined in 950 CMR 4 7.19.