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Reminder that you still have several options to vote in the state/presidential election if you have not done so already. The Clerk’s office reports that over 9,000 people have voted thus far.
In-person early voting is taking place in the second floor Central Meeting Room at Town Hall this week during normal Town Hall business hours, which are as follows for the rest of the week:
Town Hall is open only for early voting this week – Town Hall offices are closed and staff are working remotely.
You can also vote in-person on Tuesday, November 3rd from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM. Polling places are as follows:
For both early voting and voting on November 3rd, we are taking COVID-19 precautions with respect to social distancing and keeping polling areas clean and safe, and we are asking everyone to wear a mask when entering the voting areas.
Many residents have chosen to vote by mail instead of voting in person to minimize risk of COVID-19. The deadline to request a mail-in ballot is 5:00 PM tomorrow, October 28, and there is a link to that application on the Town Clerk’s website. Anyone wishing to still request a mail-in ballot can fill out that application and drop it in the dropbox at the end of the Town Hall driveway to make sure it gets in before tomorrow’s deadline.
In terms of returning your mail-in ballots themselves, residents can also put them in that same dropbox at the end of the Town Hall driveway. The deadline to return mail-in-ballots for the state/presidential election is November 3, 2020.