Early Voting

Early voting was signed into law in 2014, and was available for the first time in November 2016.  The state has provided statistics from the 2016 election, showing that Early Voting was surprisingly popular.  Visit the state web page on Early Voting.   Early Voting enables voters with tough schedules or transportation issues to cast an in-person vote.

Early voting is offered for biennial state elections only. This means that early voting will next be available for the November 6, 2018 State Election.  All cities and towns are required to hold early voting sessions during the local election official’s regular business hours.  In 2016, many are chose to hold late, early, and weekend hours as well.

Each early voting location is required to be accessible, and is required to have an AutoMARK machine available.

Your town’s website should have information for the next biennial state election.