Vote By Mail
All registered voters may vote absentee by mail, without needing a specific reason to vote via the mail. Voting by mail is safe and easy — it only takes 2 minutes to request your ballot online.
Request your absentee ballot online now before Thursday, October 29th
Absentee voting is easy! To request an absentee ballot by phone, call your municipal clerk
To request an absentee ballot by mail or fax, fill out this form and send it to your municipal clerk
Once you receive your ballot, fill it out and submit it as soon as possible—by mail, in person to your town office, or to a ballot drop box if your municipality has one. Remember to sign the back of the envelope, and get your ballot in to your municipal clerk by 8 pm on 11/3!
Mailing your ballot in? Be sure to attach postage—for multiple ballots, two stamps will do.
You can register to vote at your municipal clerk’s office or by mail. Just bring an ID and proof of residency.