Early Voting In Person

EARLY VOTING IN PERSON

 Early Voting in person will be available for the Fall 2022 elections.

An application is not required to vote early in person...just show up and vote!
 
September 6, 2022 State Primary Election Early Voting in Person 
Period: August 27th – September 2nd  
Location: Town Hall – 1009 Main Street * 

Day

 Date

  Hours 

Saturday

8/27

 Noon - 6:00 PM

Monday

8/29

7:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tuesday

8/30

7:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Wednesday

8/31

7:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Thursday

9/1

7:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Friday

9/2

7:30 AM - 4:30 PM

 

EARLY VOTING (by mail or in person) FAQ:

If I applied for a vote by mail ballot can I appear to vote in person at an early voting site or at the polls on Election Day?                 
 

If your vote by mail ballot has not been received back to the Town Clerk’s Office – YES, you may still appear to vote in person at the polls on Election Day.  These voters will be required to complete additional paperwork and will need to show an ID.  Should your mail in ballot be received after you voted early in person or at the polls on Election Day that ballot will be rejected and will not be counted

If a vote by mail ballot has already been received back by the Town Clerk’s Office – NO.  

A returned vote by mail ballot is considered cast and you will not be eligible to vote by mail, early in person or in person at the polls on Election Day. 

If I vote early in person can I appear to vote in person at the polls on Election Day?
 

NO - If you appeared to vote early in person your ballot will be considered cast and you will not be eligible to vote by mail, or in person at the polls on Election Day.  Voting in Person at the Polls after submitting an early ballot is prohibited as outlined in 950 CMR 4 7.19.

When & how is an early voter's ballot cast?
 

All vote by mail and early voting in person ballots will be opened and inserted into a tabulator before election day or fed through the tabulators at the polls on election day.  These ballots will be kept secured, locked, and unexamined until the polls are closed on Election Day.    
 
More information on how Tewksbury intends to process these ballots will be available after the Secretary of State provides regulations on processing ballots before Election Day.