BILLERICA ELECTION UPDATES
The deadline for Absentee Voting is noon time the day before the election.
STATE & FEDERAL ELECTIONS-POLLS WILL BE OPEN FROM 7:00 A.M. TO 8:00 P.M.
TOWN ELECTIONS-POLLS WILL BE OPEN FROM 8:00 A.M. TO 8:00 P.M.
Precinct 1 Parker School – River Street
Precinct 2 & 8 Hajjar School – Rogers Street
Precinct 3 & 9 New Ditson School – Cook Street
Precinct 4 & 7 Vining School – Lexington Road
Precinct 5 & 10 Kennedy School – Kimbrough Road Precinct
6 & 11 Dutile School – Biagiotti Way
Please note: The mandated re-drawing of Precinct lines necessitated changing some voting locations. If you have questions regarding your voting precinct, call (978) 671- 0926 before Election Day. This will avoid problems when you go to the polls on Election Day.
Exercise your constitutional right. VOTE for the candidate of your choice. Your vote can make a difference.
VOTER INFORMATION: Any person, who is a United States citizen, has resided in Billerica for 24 hours and who will be eighteen years old on or before the next election is eligible to register to vote. This may be done in person at the Town Clerk’s Office/Board of Registrars Office at Town Hall. Mail-in voter registration cards are also available from the Town Hall, the Library, the Council on Aging and various other locations. Forms are also available from the Secretary of State’s Office by calling 1-800-462-VOTE. You may also register at the Registry of Motor Vehicles.
ABSENTEE VOTING: Any registered voter who will be absent from Billerica on Election Day may request an absentee ballot. Absentee ballots cannot be sent without a signed request. CLICK HERE http://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/elepdf/absentee/English-Absentee-Ballot-Application.pdf for an application for yourself. In some instances a “family member” may request an absentee ballot. The family member must be a registered voter and must sign the application. CLICK HERE http://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/elepdf/absentee/English-Absentee-Ballot-Application.pdf
for a family member application.
Persons who are permanently disabled may submit a letter from a registered physician stating that the person is disabled permanently. We will then automatically send out an absentee ballot application each year. Family members may also complete an application for a family member. Certain restrictions apply. For More Election Information – Massachusetts Elections Division