Wellesley is offering early voting at two locations in town for Wellesley registered voters.
Join the 10%
According to Town Clerk KC Kato, “Early voting has started at the Warren Building at 90 Washington Street. So far, we have received 1,651 early voting ballots. That represents about 10% of our active voters. We encourage everyone to early vote at the Warren Building, basement level. We will be there through November 2, 8am – 5pm Monday through Friday; and during special extended hours of 8 am – 8 pm on Thursday, and 8am – 2pm on Saturday.”
If you need to cast an absentee vote, Kato says, “The last day to apply for an absentee ballot is noon on November 5th. However, the voter needs to allow for mail time. Only ballots received by November 6 at 8pm will be counted.”
Here are all the important dates, times, and places for voting early and getting a flu shot while you’re at it.
Vote early at the Warren Recreation Building
Early voting will be offered at the Warren Recreation Building, 90 Washington St. through November 2, 2018:
Monday through Friday from 8am – to 5pm
Special extended hours:
Thursdays 8am to 8pm
Get your flu shot at the Rec Building while you’re at it. Here are the dates and times.
Vote absentee by Nov. 6
Absentee ballots are available for registered voters who will be unable to vote Early or at the Polls due to:
absence from the Town of Wellesley during normal polling hours; or
physical disability preventing you from going to the polling place; or
How to find out which precinct you’re in
Mass.gov has a nifty page where you can plug in your address and it will tell you not only where to vote, but who our Town Clerk is (that would be KC Kato), the names of our elected officials and district representatives and links to their pages that include their phone numbers, emails, and other information.
- Here is the The Board of Selectmen’s signed warrant for the upcoming November 6, 2018 State Election.