absentee ballots available – but there are TWO SEPARATE ballots

The March 28 election is rapidly approaching, and while there is no “early voting”, people who can’t make it to the polls on Tuesday March 28, for whatever reason, can request absentee ballots.

The process is not too hard: Go to Town Hall and request the ballots there (you can vote it and file it that same day, or take it home and mail it), or, send in a signed request, and the Town Clerk will mail the ballots to your home.

However, voters should be aware that the special election ballot (the one to vote NO, against consolidating our elementary schools) will be mailed separately from the town ballot, which has elections for Town Meeting member, School Committee, and other Town offices. Voters should watch carefully for both ballots, and if they do not get two separate ballots, should contact the Town Clerk.


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