0000003696 00000 n %PDF-1.4 %���� 0000003056 00000 n You can also apply for a mail-in ballot at the secretary of the commonwealth’s website. 0000001056 00000 n Paper Ballots: Paper ballots are one of the oldest ways of voting in America. But this year, all cities and towns will be required to offer early in-person voting on Saturdays and Sundays, as well as weekdays.The state government will post a list of early-voting dates, times and locations for each community at least one week before early voting starts.What form of identification do I need to vote?You'll be asked to show ID if this is your first federal election in Massachusetts, if you're casting a provisional or challenged ballot or if you haven’t voted in a long time. You’ll need to include your driver’s license number or the last four digits of your Social Security number. The secretary of the commonwealth’s website allows you to register to vote, to update your address or party affiliation and to check if you're already registered.If you prefer to register to vote by mail, download a voter registration form from the secretary of the commonwealth’s website and submit it to your town clerk or election official. A vote by mail application will be mailed to every voter who is registered in September for the November General Election. 0000002263 00000 n En español | Massachusetts expanded mail-in voting options this year, allowing all registered voters to safely cast ballots from home amid the coronavirus pandemic, and also extended its early voting window: Here's what else you need to know:How do I register to vote?You can register online, by mail or in person. You have until 12 p.m. the Monday before the election to vote in person. With a pen or pencil you fill in a little box or circle or the space between two arrows. �Cq�X�L��r�M� ��I �l琷��SZ�!�g����6[�ֻ�6{�]�����D�t�X�=� f�ۦ�����>W������2�y��)K�����o���zo���hl���}���6�_��K�;�˥m�������:���c�&����!���x��j��}�0u�襯j�U8�)'�Y�r������۟�y�p�?�h�œIZL9�����99�ȳ�k In Massachusetts, the share of rejections for the state primary was especially high in Boston, where 3,020 ballots of the 72,652 absentee and early ballots were thrown out. If you have additional questions about elections and voting overseas you can use our state specific elections official directory or contact the Overseas Vote Foundation. Ballots may be MAILED to your local election office or HAND-DELIVERED to your local election office, a secured municipal drop box in your city/town, or any early voting location in your city/town during early voting hours. 0000004532 00000 n trailer <<52914C9CF4B946B4A5047F8DC86DB376>]/Prev 153679/XRefStm 1333>> startxref 0 %%EOF 278 0 obj <>stream If you have questions on your polling place location, please contact your county clerk. Or in some places, you may feed the completed cards or papers into a computer device that checks your card or paper right there at the polling place to make sure you have voted the way you want to and counts the votes. Voting rules and procedures may change before Election Day. 0000058733 00000 n Online: Saturday, October 24, 2020 0000005722 00000 n Learn more at this link. At least 18 years old on or before Election Day (you can pre-register to vote at age 16), Not be under legal guardianship with respect to voting, in prison for a felony, or convicted of election fraud (even if the prison term is completed), Other government document showing your name and address, Government check or official document showing name and address, Current utility bill showing name and address, Paycheck or stub showing name and address, Any other printed ID that contains your name and address, Two students who are 16 or 17 years old may be appointed if they meet all other voter requirements and get permission from a parent or principal, Discover Upcoming Debates and Forum in Your Area.

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