Vote September 4th!

DATES TO REMEMBER

Important Dates:

Democratic Primary Election:

Tuesday, September 4, 2018 

(day after Labor Day)


Voter Registration deadline:

Wednesday, August 15, 2018


Last day to request an absentee ballot-  12pm the day before election.

TRAVELING ON ELECTION DAY?

ABSENTEE VOTE!


Eligibility:

In order to be eligible for absentee voting a voter must be unable to vote at their normal polling place due to:

-absence from the voter’s city or town on election day

-physical disability, or

-religious belief


Note: Absence can be due to travel, college, confinement to a correctional facility (not a felony conviction), hospitalization, etc. 


Application:

New! Short form Absentee Ballot.

Spanish Absentee Ballot 

 

Absentee ballots can also be requested in writing either by the voter or their family member. 


Deadline

Requests for absentee ballots must be received by your local election official no later than 12 p.m. on the day before the election (August 31, 2018).

AM I REGISTERED TO VOTE?

-Check your voter registration status here.


-Register to vote ONLINE here


-Download, print and mail voter registration form here in English or here in Spanish. 


-If you have any further questions about voter registration feel free to visit the Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth website here.   

Recently moved from Puerto Rico? Here's how to vote.

If you've moved from the island of Puerto Rico to Massachusetts, you may vote in the upcoming primary election on Sept 4.  


Take the following steps: 

1.) Provide proof of residency. 

2.) Register to vote (Formulario o cial de inscripción de votante por correo

de Massachusetts)


For more information Identification Requirements, visit here

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