Vote By Mail
All registered voters who have not already applied for a ballot by mail, will be receiving a vote by mail application from the Secretary of the Commonwealth. These applications are pre-addressed for return to the Town Clerk’s Office, postage paid and include your voter ID barcode. We ask that voters wait for these applications as the barcode will expedite processing requests and result in faster mailing of ballots.
If you do not receive an application in the mail, you will need to file a request.
All applications must be signed by the voter. Envelopes to return ballots will be postage paid or you can return your ballot by depositing in the ballot drop box at Town Hall. All ballots must be received in the Town Clerk’s Office by the close of polls on election day.
Absentee Ballot By Mail
If you are applying for a family or household member, a member of the military, or a U.S. Citizen residing abroad, please use the Absentee Ballot Application. If you are applying for a voter that has been admitted to a healthcare facility or ordered to quarantine within 7 days of the election, please call the Town Clerk’s Office at 508-322-3301.
All applications must be signed. If the voter is not enrolled in a political party, please be sure to indicate the ballot choice for the primary election.
Envelopes to return ballots will be postage paid or you can return your ballot by depositing in the ballot drop box at Town Hall. All ballots must be received in the Town Clerk’s Office by the close of polls on election day.
In Person Early Voting
In person early voting will be available at Town Hall in the Great Hall during times specified for each election.
In Person Absentee Voting
In person absentee voting will be available once ballots are received and continue until date specified for each election, for times when the Town Hall is open to the public.