Yes. All registered voters are encouraged to “vote by mail” for the Sept 1, 2020 State Primary as well as the Nov 3, 2020 Presidential Election. The State has mailed application cards to all voters (for the first time). You can choose to “vote by mail” for either or both elections at this time by checking the appropriate box and returning the card to Town Hall either by mail or in the drop box on the Sylvan Street side of the building. If you are an “UnEnrolled” in a particular party, you must designation which ballot you are requesting for the Sept State Primary.
If you did not receive an application card to request a vote by mail ballot, you may find the application below:
There are three ways you are able to cast your ballot, voting by mail, in person early voting, or at the poll on Election Day.
*Please note that if you have already submitted a request either to Vote by Mail or Absentee ballot, you do not need to request again.
Sample ballots for the Sept 1, 2020 State Primary are attached below (in no particular order):
Please contact the Clerks’ Office via email at [email protected] or by phone 978-777-0001 for questions.