In accordance with the provisions of the VOTES Act, which Governor Baker signed into law on June 22, 2022 In-Person Early Voting and Voting By Mail has been made permanent for all State Elections.
Voting By Mail
Effective immediately, Early Voting-by-Mail is now made available to registered voters for all State and Municipal Elections.
Applications must be filled out completely with the voters’ full name, residential address, date of birth and signature.
- Family Members are now allowed to request an Early Vote-by-Mail application on a registered voter’s behalf.
- Once you receive your ballot in the mail, please read and follow the enclosed instructions.
The deadline for the Board of Elections office to receive a request for a Vote-by-Mail application is Five (5) business days before Election Day. Please be sure to contact our office well in advance of Election Day as any request for an application on the day of the deadline would also have to be submitted the same day.
For 2023, Please Note the Following Dates:
- For the September 19th Municipal Preliminary, the deadline to submit an application to our office is Tuesday, September 12th by 5:00 P.M.
- For the November 7th Municipal Election, the deadline to submit an application to our office is Tuesday, October 31st by 5:00 P.M.
In-Person Early Voting
There’s NO In-Person Early Voting for Municipal Elections
Voter Registration Deadline: You must be registered to vote 10 days prior to Election Day.