How Do I Vote?
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Most people vote on election day, in person, at their polling place. You should go to the designated polling place for your voting district in order to cast your ballot. The polling place will have a list or lists of registered voters, organized alphabetically by street name and house number.
Absentee Ballots are handled by the Town Clerk’s office, not the Registrar of Voters’ Office. The Voter fills out an application, and if he meets the requirements, he receives an absentee ballot, which he may then vote. This can be done all in one day, in person, at City Hall; or it may be done by mail, in which case it takes longer.
Voters with Disabilities
Each polling place has a Vote-By-Phone machine which is available for the visually impaired. This enables the voter to access an audio ballot read to him under computer control. Polling places are handicap accessible and election officials are trained to assist voters with mobility issues. Curbside votes is available for voters with temporary or last minute illness or difficulties.
Voters at Nursing Homes and Institutions
The Registrars' office conducts supervised absentee voting at certain nursing homes.