Absentee ballots now available for state primary

Primary Day is September 9

courtesy: mgnonline.com

BOSTON (WWLP) – With less than a month to go before the party primaries, the state is now issuing absentee ballots. Democratic, Republican, and unenrolled voters may vote in primary elections for offices including governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, and state treasurer, and in some locations primaries for the state legislature and countywide offices like district attorney. Click here for a complete listing of races and candidates.

If you believe that you will not be able to get to your polling place on Primary Day (September 9), you should apply for a ballot, either by mail or in-person at your local town clerk or election commissioner’s office. Any written request for a ballot received by mail will be accepted, provided it arrives by noon on the day before the primary.

For more information about absentee voting, visit the website of the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s Office.

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