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Voting by Mail

Steps to take
to cast your vote
First, make sure you are registered to vote
If you want to vote in-person...
If you want to vote by mail...
  • First, complete your vote by mail application. 
    • All registered voters are allowed to vote by mail this year, due to the covid-19 pandemic. 
    • All registered voters should receive an application in the mail by mid-July from the Secretary of the Commonwealth. 
    • If you have not received yours, you may download it here. 
  • If you are registered as unenrolled and wish to vote for Democrats, please be sure to select “Democratic” in section 2 of the form to receive a Democratic ballot.
  • Be sure to always follow all the directions on the application carefully. 
  • When you have completed your vote by mail application, place it directly in mail– your application is pre-addressed to your local election office, and no postage is required. If you have printed and signed the form yourself, you will need to mail back to your local clerk’s office. You can find that mailing address using this directory.
  • Be sure to return your application as soon as possible so that your town clerk or election officials can send you your official ballot in time.
Some questions you may have:
Question: How do I know if I’m registered to vote?
Question: What if I don’t receive my vote by mail ballot application?
Question: What if my question has not been addressed here?
From all of us at Dave Cavell for Congress, thank you for taking the time to vote in the Sept. 1st Democratic primary. During these challenging times, it is more important than ever to protect our democracy.