Where and When do I vote?

 

AUGUST 13, 2024 STATE AND DISTRICT OFFICES PRIMARY

EARLY VOTING SESSION

  • EARLY VOTING HOURS:
    • Monday August 5th, Wednesday, August 7th, Friday August 9th, Saturday August 10th, and Sunday August 11th – FROM 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M.
    • Tuesday August 6th and Thursday August 8th FROM 8 A.M. TO 8 P.M.
  • EARLY VOTING LOCATION:
    • Marlborough Town Hall, 26 North Main Street in the Large Conference Room
  • The location for Early Voting will be held at Marlborough Town Hall, 26 North Main Street in the Large Conference Room. 

On Primary Day which is August 13, 2024, voting will be held in the Community Room at Elmer Thienes/Mary Hall Elementary School (25 School Drive) from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

NOVEMBER 5, 2024 ELECTION–

EARLY VOTING SESSION

  • EARLY VOTING HOURS:
    • October 21 – October 28 (including Saturday and Sunday) FROM 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M.
    • October 30th, November 1st and November 2nd FROM 10 A.M TO 6 P.M.
    • Tuesday October 29th and Thursday October 31st FROM 8 A.M. TO 8 P.M.
  • EARLY VOTING LOCATION:
    • Marlborough Town Hall, 26 North Main Street in the Large Conference Room. 

On Election Day which is November 5, 2024, voting will be held in the Community Room at Elmer Thienes/Mary Hall Elementary School (25 School Drive) from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

VOTERS WHO NEED ASSISTANCE TO VOTE

  1. An accessible ballot marking device is also available at every polling and early voting location for voters with disabilities or for any voter who prefers this option. This ballot marking system allows for the voter to make their choices audibly or by using a touchscreen display, rather than by pen and paper. This is a voter-verified paper ballot system that allows voters to vote privately and independently. The voting device features a touchscreen display that includes alternatives such as audio, tactile keys, and customizable displays to accommodate voters with a wide range of physical, sensory, cognitive, language and literacy abilities. The system marks the same preprinted ballots used at the polling place. The machine-marked ballots can then be run through the optical-scan tabulator by the voter in the same manner as all other voter-marked ballots.
  2. Curbside Voting – Curbside voting is available for voters with temporary or last minute illness or difficulties. Please call (860) 295-6206. 
  3. Personal Assistance – You can call (860) 295-6206 for personal assistance or you can ask to speak to the Moderator at the polls.