Election information The Presidential election will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020.
There are two ways to vote in this election. The third option, voting early in person, ended last month.
By mail using an early voting/absentee ballot (requires an application)
Vote in person on Election Day. All polling locations will be open from 7AM-8PM
VOTE BY MAIL
Voting by mail is available to all Massachusetts voters for all elections in 2020. You do not need an excuse/reason to vote by mail this year. If you requested one of these ballots, when you receive the ballot fill it out following the directions provided. Insert the completed ballot in the inner envelope and sign the envelope. If the ballot is not in the envelope or the enveloped is not signed they are not able to accept the ballot.
RETURNING COMPLETED BALLOTS: The white envelope that comes with your absentee/early ballot is postage prepaid. You may mail back your ballot or drop it in the ballot box which is located by the front door of Town Hall. There is also a mail slot to the right of the front door of Town Hall.
Vote by mail ballots may not be accepted at your polling location on Election Day. They must be brought to Town Hall.
The Secretary of the Commonwealth’s Office has a tool which allows you to track your ballot. You can check to see when your ballot was mailed out and when it is received in the Town Clerk’s office. Please note that ballots are not recorded as “received” until they are scanned into the system. All ballots received will be scanned in prior to Election Day, but the current priority is to make sure that all ballots get mailed out in a timely manner. Here is the link to track your ballot: https://www.sec.state.ma.us/wheredoivotema/track/trackmyballot.aspx
ELECTION DAY- NOV. 3, 2020
The polls will be open on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, from 7AM - 8 PM. All polls will follow COVID -19 procedures. Voters are requested to wear masks and follow social distancing protocols.
Please note Precincts 1, 2 and 3 have been moved to the gym at Natick High School. (Precincts 1 and 3 previously voted at Brown Elementary School and Precinct 2 at the Cole Center). The high school space is considerably larger are allows for improved social distancing and accessibility.