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- Presidential Primary-- March 3, 2020
Presidential Primary-- March 3, 2020
The Presidential Primary will be held on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. The last day to register to vote for this election is Wednesday, February 12th, and the Town Clerk’s office will be open until 8:00 PM that evening. The warrant is available here.
On election day the polls will be open from 7AM-8PM. Click here to view the poll locations for Natick residents. If you are unsure whether your are registered to vote or where you vote you may check on line here to view your voting status and polling locations. You may always call the office at (508) 647-6430 X4 and someone can check your voter status and polling location.
Early voting will begin on Monday, February 24, 2020 and will run through Friday, February 28, 2020. Early Voting will be held in Town Hall which is located at 13 East Central St..
Any registered voter may vote during Early Voting.
- Monday-Wednesday: 8 AM - 5 PM
- Thursday: 8 AM - 7PM
- Friday: 8 AM - 4 PM
No applications are necessary for early voting. You can just come in and vote.
Absentee Ballots are now available
Massachusetts allows registered voters to vote by absentee ballot if they:
- will be asbent from the city on election day, and/or
- have a physical disability that prevents voting at polls, and/or
- cannot vote at the polls due to religious beliefs
Here is more information about Absentee Voting;
- Who can vote absentee?
- Any voter who will be absent from Natick on election day,
- if a physical disability prevents him/her from voting at the polling place or
- for religious beliefs which prevent the voter from voting on election day.
- How can I get an absentee ballot application?
- You can pick up an application in the Town Clerk’s office in Town Hall located at 13 East Central St.
- Click Here to down load the application form for absentee voting
- Send a signed note by mail or email to the Town Clerk’s office requesting a ballot. The note MUST be signed by the voter or a family member.
- How do I receive the ballot?
- The ballot maybe mailed to you at the address at which you are registered;
- The ballot may be mailed to you at an address designated on the application; or
- You may vote over the counter in the Town Clerk’s office. A ballot may not be removed from the office. It must either be mailed or voted in the office.
- This election is a primary do I get to choose which ballot I would like?
If you are registered in a political party (Democrat, Republican, Green-Rainbow or Libertarian), you must vote the ballot of the party in which you are registered. Anyone registered as Unenrolled or in a political designation my choose which ballot they would like to vote.
Accessible ballots are available to be viewed at this link. If you are registered as Unenrolled voter or a member of a political designation you get to choose which ballot you want to vote. Sample ballots are also posted on our website.
- Democratic Ballot, Precincts 1-5 and 8
- Democratic Ballot, Precincts 6, 7, 9 and 10
- Republican Ballot, Precincts 1-5 and 8
- Republican Ballot, Precincts 6, 7, 9 and 10
- Green-Rainbow Ballot, Precincts 1-5 and 8
- Green-Rainbow Ballot, Precincts 6, 7, 9 and 10
- Libertarian Ballot, Precincts 1-5 and 8
- Libertarian Ballot, Precincs 6, 7, 9 and 10
Voting for Persons with Disabilities
The Secretary of the Commonwealth has information regarding voting for persons with disabilities http://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/eleaccessible/accessibleidx.htm
In Natick, every polling location has an Automark voting machine that is an accessible machine that will mark the ballot. The voter may also have the ballot read to them through this machine.