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Posted on: April 8, 2020

Vote Safe, Vote from Home

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Town of Wellesley local elections on March 17, 2020, were postponed due to the COVID-19 crisis.

The Board of Selectmen is continuing to discuss options for a rescheduled Election Day that is safe for the community and election workers. 

While a new date has yet to be determined, residents can vote now, vote safely and vote from home

The Selectmen and the Town Clerk are encouraging EVERYONE to vote by mail. 

Mail-in Early Voting Ballots may be requested by printing out the Mail-in Early Voting Ballot Request Form, completing it with a real signature and sending it to the Town Clerk’s office by using any of these options:

·         Scanning and Emailing to Elections@wellesleyma.gov (smartphone scans are accepted)

·         Dropping it off in the payment drop box in front of Town Hall (opposite side of the driveway on the Washington Street entrance)

·         Mailing to Town of Wellesley, Elections, 525 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA 02482

For residents who have already submitted absentee ballots, those votes have been counted (you do not need to vote again).

The mail-in early voting ballots are the exact ballots that would have been used on March 17, and will be used on the new election date. 

If you are not yet registered to vote in Wellesley, you may register online. The last day to register to vote will be ten days prior to the new election date. 

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