Voters who are unable to vote on election day because of physical disability, religious beliefs or travel may vote by absentee ballot.
Board of Registrars
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Permanently Disabled Voters
A voter who is permanently disabled need not submit a request for an absentee ballot for every election.
Primaries & National, State & Town Elections
While local elections have been historically non-partisan, every fourth year voters may cast their ballots for members of the Democratic or Republican Town Committees, which promote the interests of these two parties in state and national elections.
Qualifications for Voting
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Return of Ballots
Ballots may be returned by mail or in person by the voter or a family member.
Specially Qualified Voters
In addition to registered voters, certain specially qualified voters may vote by absentee ballot.
Learn how to register, who can register, and the deadline.
The Voting Process
Get information on the voting process.