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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:

2020-Vote-by-Mail-Application

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):

State_Primary_09-01-20_REPUBLICAN_Sample_Ballot

State_Primary_09-01-20_DEMOCRATIC_Sample_Ballot

State_Primary_09-01-20_GREENRAINBOW_Sample_Ballot

State_Primary_09-01-20_LIBERTARIAN_Sample_Ballot

Please contact the Clerks’ Office via email at [email protected] or by phone 978-777-0001 for questions.

2020-Vote-by-Mail-Application

Vote by Mail is strongly encouraged for the Sept 1 and November 3, 2020 Elections.  Please see the attached application. 

A handwritten or scanned signature is required on an executed application to obtain an early voting ballot. You may return your signed, executed, scanned application by email to [email protected] , place it in the drop box on the Sylvan Street side of Town Hall or by US Mail.

**PLEASE UTILIZE THE DROPBOX ON THE SYLVAN STREET SIDE OF TOWN HALL IF POSSIBLE TO ENSURE YOUR BALLOT GETS BACK TO US ASAP**

When you receive your ballot please fill it out, you must sign the small ballot envelope, place your ballot in the return envelope, seal it with tape and place all in the white envelope and return by mail or drop it off in the mail slot at Town Hall (be sure to allow enough time for it to get to us before the polls close on Election Day).

As always, you may NOT return early or absentee ballots directly to the polls on Election Day, they must be returned to the Town Clerk’s Office on Sylvan Street.

Please note, however, once a voter has cast an early voting ballot, the voter may no longer vote at the polls on Election Day.

 

Absentee_Ballot_Voting_Application

• Absentee Voting will be available for registered voters who qualify as follows:
o Only those who will be absent from their city or town on Election Day, or
o Have a disability that prevents them from going to the polls, or
o Have a religious belief preventing the same, are legally allowed to vote by absentee ballot.

A handwritten or scanned signature is required on an executed application to obtain an absentee voting ballot.  Your absentee application  must be received no later than noon the day before the election.   You may return your signed, executed, scanned application by email to [email protected] , place it in the drop box on the Sylvan Street side of Town Hall or by US Mail.

**PLEASE UTILIZE THE DROPBOX ON THE SYLVAN STREET SIDE OF TOWN HALL IF POSSIBLE TO ENSURE YOUR BALLOT GETS BACK TO US ASAP**

When you receive your ballot please fill it out, you must sign the small ballot envelope, place your ballot in the return envelope, seal it with tape and place all in the white envelope and return by mail or drop it off in the mail slot at Town Hall (be sure to allow enough time for it to get to us before the polls close on Election Day).

As always, you may NOT return early or absentee ballots directly to the polls on Election Day, they must be returned to the Town Clerk’s Office on Sylvan Street.

 

 

 

Important Election Dates for 2020

Feb 3rd – Annual Town Election nomination papers available
Feb 12th – 8pm Clerk’s Office – Deadline to register to vote in the March 3rd Pres Primary
Mar 3rd – Presidential Primary Election DHS 7a-8p
Mar 17th – Town Election TMM affirmations due
Mar 24th – 5pm Clerk’s Office – Deadline to return nomination papers for the Annual Town Election
Mar 26th – 6pm Clerk’s Office – Ballot placement for the Annual Town Election
Apr 15th – 8pm Clerk’s Office – Deadline to register to vote in the May 5th Annual Town Election * date will be 10 days prior to the new June 2nd date*
May 5th – Annual Town Election DHS 7a-8p *The Annual Town Election for 2020 has been reschedule by the Board of Selectmen From May 5, 2020 to Tuesday, June 2, 2020 due to  COVID-19 – details to follow 

Aug 12th – 8pm Clerk’s Office – Deadline to register to vote in the Sep 1st State Primary Election
Sep 1st – State Primary Election DHS 7a-8p
Oct 14th – 8pm Clerk’s Office – Deadline to register to vote in the Nov 3rd Presidential Election
Nov 3rd – Presidential Election DHS 7a-8p

Please contact the Clerk’s Office if you have any questions, 978 777 0001 x3051

Please see Town Meeting List here as of June 2, 2020

Town_Meeting_Members_060220

 

Official Results from the November 6, 2018 election are posted here.

2018_State_Election_OFFICIAL_Results

 

The Unofficial results from the November 6, 2018 election are posted here.

2018_State_Election_UNOFFICIAL_Results

 

 

 

 

OFFICIAL Results:  2018 Annual Town Election, May 1,2018 results are attached below:

ATE_May_1_2018_Official_Results

 

Please see the attached file for the breakdown of each political party by Precinct.

VotersByParty_as_of 8-15-18

 

 

By contacting the Clerk’s Office or by typing your address on the My Services Tab.

You may contact the Town of Danvers Clerk’s Office.

All precincts vote at the Danvers High School, 60 Cabot Road, Danvers.

For information on early voting or other voting related questions please contact the Clerk’s Office.

You can register to vote online or at the Clerk’s Office in Town Hall.

You may contact the Town of Danvers Clerk’s Office with any voting related questions.

 

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