Town Meeting & Election Information

WITH GREAT POWER….COMES GREAT RESPONSIBILITY.
THERE ARE THREE ELECTIONS & THREE TOWN MEETINGS IN 2018!
SAVE TIME. AVOID AGGRAVATION. KNOW BEFORE YOU GO.

ELECTIONS:    

 

Tuesday, November 6, 2018 (State Gubernatorial Election).

 

  • Rehoboth Voters vote at three different precincts. 

    • Precinct 1 – Town Hall – 148 Peck Street

    • Precinct 2 – COA Senior Center – 55 Bay State Road                                                     

    • Precinct 3 – South Fire Station – 104 Pleasant Street

  • Use the QR code to the right to obtain your voting status and precinct information, or call the Town Clerk’s Office at 508-252-6502 X-3109 or X-3110.  Knowing Your Precinct and Voting Status ahead of time will save you time on Election Day.  If you cannot use the QR code on your smartphone or tablet, please try the online link @

http://www.sec.state.ma.us/VoterRegistrationSearch/MyVoterRegStatus.aspx

If you are 18 years old and have not enrolled to vote, you may register online @

https://www.sec.state.ma.us/ovr/,

or visit us at town hall – 148 Peck Street, Rehoboth

 

TOWN MEETINGS:

 

 

  • Monday, October 29, 2018 (Special Fall Town Meeting) – held in the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School Auditorium beginning at 7:00 p.m. 

 

Upcoming Elections

2018 Election Dates

Election Type

Last Day to Register

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

State Gubernatorial Election

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Upcoming Town Meetings

Next Town Meeting Scheduled for Monday, October 29, 2018.  Town Meeting will be held at the D-R Regional High School Auditorium.  Last day to register to vote is Friday, October 19, 2018 from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Upcoming Voter Registration Sessions 

  • Wednesday, October 17, 2018 for the upcoming November 6, 2018 State Gubernatorial Election
  • Friday, October 19, 2018 for the upcoming October 29, 2018 Special "Fall" Town Meeting                    

Voter Registration Information

Online Voter Registration Now Available

(Click on the image below for details)

Attention Voters:

Your enrollment as a voter will affect the party primary in which you can vote at State Primary Elections.  There are three political parties in Massachusetts. If you are enrolled in one of these political parties, you may only vote that party's ballot at a Primary Election.  If you are registered as a Democrat, Republican or Libertarian, you will find the following letter codes next to your name on your 2018 Census forms.  Look in the last column on the right, marked “PARTY” .

D - Democratic Party     

R - Republican Party

L - Libertarian      

 

When voting in a "Primary Election", voters who are enrolled in one of the above parties can only vote on the ballot for that party.  Voters who are unenrolled in a party (commonly known as “Independent”) will be listed with the party code “U” in the “PARTY” column of your census form. Unenrolled voters and voters who are members of Political Designations (indicated by other letter codes) can choose which party’s ballot they would like to receive.

You may change your party enrollment by completing a new voter registration form in person, by mail, or online at www.RegisterToVoteMA.com.

Any unregistered voters wishing to vote in the upcoming Gubernatorial State Election must register by Wednesday, October 17, 2018; Special Town Meeting must register by Friday, October 19, 2018 to be eligible to vote . The Registrars will hold a voter registration session from 8:00am to 8:00pm on May 4, 2018 to accommodate last minute registrations. You may also register during regular business hours at Town Hall. register online 24/7 @ www.registertovoteMA.com  or download and print a mail-in voter registration form by clicking here. Complete the form and mail to us at the Town Clerk’s Office - 148 Peck Street, Rehoboth, MA.

Absentee Ballot Applications

Applications for absentee ballots are available and may be obtained from the Town Clerk’s Office. Absentee ballots are obtained by written request only and must have the voter’s original signature. (Elections Division of the Secretary of State's Office has confirmed on 7-2-14 that a scanned SIGNED submission, which is emailed to our office, is also acceptable.) The deadline for filing absentee applications is usually 12:00pm (Noon) the day before the election.  If day before election day is a holiday or weekend, deadline is the previous workday @ 5:00 p.m.

The absentee ballot request form is also available online at the following link:

Any questions regarding voter eligibility or requests for mail-in voter registration forms may be directed to the Town Clerk’s Office.

Election Results

 

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