Absentee Ballots Available Now

Can’t get to the polls on November 6? You can vote by absentee ballot if:

- you are an active member of the armed forces of the United States
- you will be out of town during all the hours of voting on Election Day
- illness prevents you from voting in person on Election Day
- your religious beliefs prevent you from performing secular activities like voting on
Election Day
- you be performing duties as an election official at a polling place other than your
own during all the hours of voting on Election Day or
- you have a physical disability that prevents you from voting in person on Election
Day

You have to apply to get an absentee ballot. You can apply, receive the ballot and vote by mail. Or you can go to your Town Hall, apply, receive the ballot and vote all in one trip.

Details about the procedure and an application for an absentee ballot are available from the Secretary of the State’s office here. Or contact your Town Hall.

Jane McNichol