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The Registrars of Voters are responsible for procedures relating to the registration of voters, develop and maintain annual list of voters, and conduct the annual census of residents of the City. We process and ensure accuracy and proper certification of all
nomination papers and petitions. We process absentee voter applications, administer election recounts and hold hearings.
Open meetings with the Board of Registrars are held on the first Monday of every month (except for July and August) at 6:00 p.m. in Hearing Room B.


GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS HERE


PRELIMINARY ELECTION RESULTS HERE

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT VOTING AND VOTER REGISTRATION

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Where Do I Vote?

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How to Register to Vote

Who may register?
Only a person who is: a US citizen, and a resident of Massachusetts, and18 years old on or before election day

How can I register to vote?

By Mail: Mail-in registration forms are widely available. To obtain a mail-in registration form please click here, or call 617-394-2296 or 1-800-462-VOTE and a form will be sent to you. Mail the completed form to Registrar of Voters Office, Room 10, Everett City Hall, 484 Broadway, Everett, MA 02149. You should receive a confirmation notice in 2 to 3 weeks.

In Person: Go to the Registrar of Voters Office, Room 10, Everett City Hall and complete an affidavit of registration, which must be answered truthfully under the penalty of perjury. The questions on the affidavit will include your name, residence and date of birth.

At the Registry of Motor Vehicles: Keep your motor voter receipt until you receive confirmation from your local election official. If you do not receive any confirmation, please contact your local election office to verify your voting status.

When and where may I register?
There is no waiting period to be eligible to register to vote. If you move, you may register to vote as soon as you move into your new home.

What must I do if I've changed my address since I registered?
If you have moved within the same city or town, notify your local election office of your new address in writing. If you have moved to a new city or town, you must register again.

Are there deadlines for registration?
Yes. In order to vote you must be registered:
20 days before all primaries and elections, and/or 10 days before a special town meeting.

Do I need to attach identification to my voter registration form?
Yes, if you are registering to vote for the first time in Massachusetts. Because of a new federal law, the Help America Vote Act of 2002 passed by Congress, if you registered to vote by mail on or after January 1, 2003, you will be required to show identification when you vote for the first time in a federal election since registering by mail in 2003, or you can send in a copy of your identification with your voter registration form.

Acceptable identification must include your name and the address at which you are registered to vote, for example: a current and valid driver’s license, photo identification, current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, government check, or other government document showing your name and address. If you send in a copy of your identification with your mail-in voter registration form, it may not be returned to you.

If you do not provide such identification, the Help America Vote Act of 2002 requires that you may only cast a provisional ballot which will be counted later, but only after your eligibility to vote has been determined

What should I do if I registered to vote and I have not heard from my local election official?
If you have NOT received confirmation of your voter status from your city or town election official within 2 or 3 weeks fromthe date you registered please contact your local election office to verify your voting status.

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Where Do I Vote?

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