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Town Clerk Mike Bouchard Answers Common Questions About Upcoming Election

Q: What are the voting options for November 3?
R: There are three options
• Early Vote by Mail: You can apply now.
• Early Vote in Person: Saturday, October 17 to Friday. October 30 at
Town Hall https://www. grotonma.gov/government/ departments/town-clerk/ election-information/early-voting/
• Vote in person at the polls on November 3
Q: When will ballots be mailed out?
R: Groton expects to receive ballots between October 5 and 9. It will take about a week to mail the ballots to voters.
Q: If I applied for Vote by Mail for a previous election, will I get a ballot for November 3?
R: If you requested “All Elections This Year” you will receive a ballot for November 3.
Q: Where will I vote if I want to vote in person on November 3?
R: Precinct 1: The Center, 163 West Main Street.
Precinct 2: Groton-Dunstable Middle School (North), 344 Main Street (for November 3 only).
Precinct 3: Groton-Dunstable Middle School (North), 344 Main Street (for November 3 only).
Q: What are the poll hours on November 3?
R: 7a.m.to 8p.m.
Q: What is the voter registration deadline?
R: October 24. You can check your voter registration by calling the Town Clerk at 978-448-1100 or at https://www. sec.state.ma.us/ovr/
Q: How do I track my ballot? How do I know if it’s been received?
R: Call the Town Clerk at 978- 448-1100 or https://www.sec.state.ma.us/ wheredoivotema/track/ trackmyballot.aspx
Q: Is there a drop box for ballots?
R: Yes, behind Town hall, 173 Main Street
Q: Where do I call if I have questions?
R: Town Clerk at 978- 448-1100 or townclerk@ townofgroton.org
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