ELECTION: State Primary Election - Offices & Candidates

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

The State Primary Election

will be held Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Polls open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.

Sample Ballots will be added when they become available
Sample Democratic Party BallotSample Green-Rainbow Ballot
Sample Republican Party BallotSample Libertarian Ballot

 You may also find ballot information on the State's website here.

Polling Locations - Where Do I Vote?

PrecinctLocationPrecinctLocation
1Belmont Memorial Library (336 Concord Ave)5Beech Street Center (266 Beech St)
2Belmont Town Hall (455 Concord Ave)6Belmont Fire HQ (299 Trapelo Rd)
3Beech Street Center (266 Beech St)7Mary Lee Burbank School (266 School St)
4Daniel Butler School (90 White St)8Winn Brook School (97 Waterhouse Rd)

Last Day to Register to Vote

If you wish to vote in the State Primary Election, you must register to vote at least 10 days before the election by 8 pm on Saturday, August 22, 2020.

Voter Registrations received after 8 p.m. on this date will be entered after the Election.

Party Enrollment

If you enroll in any of the above parties you may vote only in that party's primary. Enrollment in a political party does not affect your right to vote in the general election.

In addition to the choice of political parties listed above and unenrolled, there are also certain legal political designations in which you can enroll. If you enroll in any political designations you may still vote in the state and presidential primaries.

In Person Early Voting

In Person Early Voting will be availalble at Town Hall for this election at the hours listed below:
DateTime
Saturday, August 22, 202010 AM to 2 PM
Sunday, August 23, 202010 AM to 2 PM
Monday, August 24, 20208 AM to 7 PM
Tuesday, August 25, 20208 AM to 4 PM
Wednesday, August 26, 20208 AM to 4 PM
Thursday, August 27, 20208 AM to 4 PM
Friday, August 28, 20208 AM to Noon

Vote by Mail

Click here for Vote by Mail information