Here is information that will confirm that summer is nearly over: the biennial State Elections are just around the corner as Massachusetts voters this year will select several important statewide political officials including a new Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General and Treasurer along with members of Congress and the state legislature.
If you want to be part of the process, Belmont Town Clerk Ellen Cushman is ready to register residents to vote in the Sept. 9 State Party Primary and the Nov. 4 General State elections.
Any Belmont resident who is 18 years or older and a citizen of the United States can register to vote. In order to be eligible to vote in the upcoming elections, voter registration must be received or postmarked by the following dates:
- Wednesday, Aug. 20 for the Sept. 9, for State Party Primaries.
- Wednesday, Oct. 15 for the Nov. 4, for State General Election.
The Belmont Town Clerk’s office will be open until 8 p.m. on the deadline days.
Registered To Vote in Another Town
If you were a registered to vote in another town or state, you’ll need to register as a voter in Belmont in order to vote here.
Voter registration and changes to party affiliation, name or address (within Belmont) documents are available at the Town Clerk’s office in Belmont Town Hall, 455 Concord Ave. or online at the Town Clerk’s web pages.
Absentee Ballot Application
Forms for individuals who qualify to receive an absentee ballot due to absence from Belmont on Election Day or physical disability preventing the voter from going to the polling place or religious belief. A voter may request a ballot in writing to the Town Clerk but the request must include the voter’s signature.