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A reminder from the Town Clerk. Primary March 1
INFO for Presidential Primary March 1, 2016 & Absentee Voting

Vote at the Public Safety Complex (PSC) 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

If you registered to vote by mail but have not yet voted at the polls you will be required to show your drivers license or some other form of photo ID prior to receiving a ballot.

Reasons for needing absentee ballots are:
Absence from the town during the hours the polls are open.
Physical disability preventing you from going to the polling place.
Religious belief.

Absentee ballot request forms are available at the Town Hall or online at, the deadline for submitting this completed request form is noon on Monday February 29th. IMPORTANT: If you are registered as “U” (unenrolled) you much check off on the request form which party ballot you wish to receive.

If you know that you are not able to come out to vote for any of the elections during 2016 you may check off the box that indicates “for all elections” and a absentee ballot will be sent out automatically for every election.

The absentee ballot can’t be dropped in the front door mail drop; mail it  or hand deliver it to the Town Clerk up until close of polls (8 pm).  You also may arrange with the Town Clerk to come in and vote your absentee ballot at the Town Hall prior to the election, refer to contact information below.

Important to remember; once I receive your request for absentee ballot I will send the ballot via US Mail.  Be sure to follow the instructions when completing the absentee ballot which includes filling out the front of the brown envelope, signing it and sealing your ballot into it.

Absentee ballots must be delivered to the Town Clerk by close of polls.

Any questions please do not hesitate to call 413-258-4794 X102 or email me at   “Sue” Susan H. Voudren, Town Clerk

“People often say that in a democracy, decisions are made by a majority of the people.  Of course, that is not true.  Decisions are made by a majority of those who make themselves heard and who vote – a very different thing.”  Walter H. Judd