Civics Sunday: Early In-person Voting Has Begun

About 100 voters cast ballots on Saturday, the first day of in-person early voting in Holliston. Town Clerk, Liz Greendale, her staff, and volunteers ensured that the polling place was safe and secure.

Liz Greendale displays the hand sanitizer that was in abundant supply.
Voting ‘booths’ were safely distributed around the Upper Town Hall.

Each voter receives a ballot and sanitized pen when checking in. The completed ballots are sealed in an envelope with the voter’s name and signature and deposited in a secure ballot box.

If you have received a ballot to complete at home, it is the same ballot (see below) and envelope that are used in-person. If you have completed your ballot at home and sealed and signed your ballot envelope it can be: mailed in, dropped in the secure ballot box at Town Hall, or dropped off at the Town Clerk’s office during regular office hours. If you choose the mail in or drop box options, you may track the status of your ballot -> click here

If you have not yet registered to vote in the November 3rd election, the deadline is next Saturday.

Voter registration deadlines in Massachusetts:

  • Online registration deadline: Saturday, October 24, 2020
  • Register by mail deadline: Must be postmarked by Saturday, October 24, 2020
  • In person registration, at the Town Clerk’s office, deadline: Saturday, October 24, 2020

Early in-person voting continues everyday between now and Friday, October 30th.

For more detailed information about the hours of voting or other questions about voting in the upcoming election, visit ->

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