Town Clerk

 

EARLY VOTING SCHEDULE FOR THE STATE/PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 3, 2020

EARLY VOTING TO BE HELD AT 175 MANSFIELD AVENUE, GREAT WOODS PLAZA–SUITE #3

EARLY VOTING SCHEDULE

** Saturday, October 17, 2020                      7:00 am - 11:00 am 

Sunday, October 18, 2020                          8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Monday, October 19, 2020                           8:00 am –   3:00 pm

Tuesday, October 20, 2020                          8:00 am –   3:00 pm

Wednesday, October 21, 2020                    8:00 am -    3:00 pm

Thursday, October 22, 2020                       8:00 am -    3:00 pm

Friday, October 23, 2020                             8:00 am -  12:00 pm

Saturday, October 24 2020                         8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Sunday, October 25, 2020                          8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Monday, October 26, 2020                         8:00 am –   3:00 pm

Tuesday, October 27, 2020                        8:00 am –   3:00 pm

Wednesday, October 28, 2020                  8:00 am –   3:00 pm

Thursday, October 29, 2020                     8:00 am –   3:00 pm

Friday, October 30, 2020                           8:00 am – 12:00 pm

**SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2020- - EARLY VOTING STARTING 1 HOUR EARLY DUE TO TOWN MEETING AT 1:05 PM AT THE NORTON HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FIELD.


 2020 PRESIDENTIAL /STATE ELECTION – VOTER GUIDE 

ELECTION TYPE:    PRESIDENTIAL

DATE OF ELECTION :     NOVEMBER 3, 2020

ELECTION DAY LOCATION:       NORTON MIDDLE SCHOOL

 ELECTION   DAY HOURS          7 AM - 8 PM

DEADLINE TO REGISTER TO VOTE:  OCTOBER 24, 2020

VOTE BY MAIL APPLICATION DEADLINE:     OCTOBER 28TH -  5PM

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO TO THE POLLS

I ENCOURAGE EVERYONE TO WEAR A FACE COVERING

PLEASE FILL IN THE OVAL ON THE BALLOT COMPLETELY - NO CHECKMARKS

BRING A PEN IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO BORROW ONE
NO RED PENS OR PENCILS PLEASE-THEY CAUSE ISSUES WITH THE TABULATORS

NO PARAPHERNALIA - HATS, PINS SHIRTS OR ANY ITEMS REPRESENTING ANY CANDIDATE ON THE BALLOT

ALL SIGNS MUST BE 150 FEET FROM THE POLLING LOCATION

BRING AN ID - IN SOME CASES VOTERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOW AN ID.

MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCING - KEEP 6' AWAY FROM ANYONE NOT IN YOUR HOUSEHOLD

KEEP YOUR BALLOT DRY AND FREE FROM HAND SANITIZERS TO AVOID TABULATOR ISSUES

TO REGISTER TO VOTE ONLINE GO TO WWW.MASS.GOV


Mission Statement

Often considered the first stop in local government, the Town Clerk's office responds to inquiries from the public and serves as a central information point for other town departments, residents and citizens at large by providing knowledge and assistance in a fair and impartial manner to all.

The Town Clerk serves as The Election Official for the town, recording officer, registrar of vital statistics, public records officer, and licensing officer.  The Town Clerk maintains records of adopted municipal code, bylaws, oaths of office, resignations and appointments.  The Clerk's Office issues marriage licenses, dog licenses and business certificates.  The Clerk’s Office records all actions of town meetings, and posts all public meetings on the official town bulletin board and town website.

The Town Clerk also serves as chief election official and is directly responsible to the voters of the Town.  The Town Clerk oversees the polling location and the conduct of all elections and election-related activity.  The Clerk works with the Board of Registrars to promote and maintain voter registration and voter records.
It is the goal of this office to combine efficient operation while providing superior customer service to town residents, town departments, as well as boards and committees in order to comply with state and local mandates of Massachusetts General Laws.

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Staff Contacts

Name Title Phone
Lucia B. Longhurst Town Clerk 508-285-0232
Brooke Durden Assistant Town Clerk 508-285-0233
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