In response to the public health crisis, the Commonwealth has expanded its voting process. This new system will allow any registered voter to cast a ballot from the safety and convenience of their home, in addition to traditional in-person voting.
Here are the options to make your voice heard this November:
OPTION 1. Absentee ballots must be requested in writing at least four business days before Election Day on November 3. For the 2020 November State Election only, absentee ballots will need to be postmarked by Election Day and reach your local election office no later than November 6 in order to be counted.
OPTION 2. You can vote early from October 17- 30. Check your local Clerk’s website for hours and locations. Additionally, you can vote on Election Day – November 3rd – from 7 am to 8 pm.
OPTION 3. If you chose to vote-by-mail, please see below for more information about the steps to receive and submit your ballot.
Fill out and submit an application to vote by mail. You may have already received a postcard from the Secretary of the Commonwealth's Office with additional information. Please submit your application as soon as possible. Applications must be received by you local election office no later than October 20.
After you successfully complete Step 1, be on the lookout for your ballot which will be mailed to your address. Complete the ballot and be sure to vote for Meg!
After you vote for Meg, place your ballot in the mail - that's it! Please fill out your ballot as soon as possible to make sure it's received on Election Day, Nov. 3. Click below to find your closest Post Office.
Town Offices/Berlin Municipal Building, 23 Linden Street
Town Hall/Municipal Office Building, 221 Main Street
Town Hall Auditorium, 242 Church Street
Town Hall, 695 Main Street
Melican Middle School, 145 Lincoln Street
Houghton Elementary School, 23 Boutelle Road
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