Next Election - November 3, 2020 - Presidential Election
Vote by Mail
If you applied for a vote by mail or absentee ballot for both the Primary and Presidential Election at the same time it is not necessary to apply again.
Deadline to submit application for mail-in ballot is
Wednesday Oct. 28 at 5 pm
Click on the following link to check your status.
Fill out Vote by Mail application, sign and send:
Grey mail box on the left of walk way
to the front middle entrance to Town Hall.
COMPLETED BALLOTS may be returned by mail using postage pre-paid (white) envelope received with ballot or delivered to the "Town Hall Drop Box" grey mail box on the left of walk way to the front middle entrance to Town Hall. Ballot must be received back by 8 pm on Election Day.
In-Person Early Voting
Saturday Oct 17 8 am to 1 pm
Sunday Oct 18 12 noon to 5 pm
Monday Oct 19 thru Friday Oct 23
8 am to 4:30 pm
Saturday Oct 24 8 am to 1 pm
Sunday Oct 25 12 noon to 5 pm
Monday Oct 26 thru Friday Oct 30
8 am to 4:30 pm
OLD SENIOR CENTER,
300 DILLINGHAM AVE
FALMOUTH, MA 02540
Vote at on Election Day – Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Precinct 5 will be voting at St Elizabeth Seton due to a conflict with YMCA Day Care restrictions at the North Falmouth Congregation Church. Click HERE to see the Select Board evaluation of this new polling location.
Measures Taken to Protect Health of Voters and Poll Workers
Early Voting is encouraged to reduce the number of people at the polls at any one time. Instructions and ballot applications available HERE.
Social Distancing will be enforced at polling places. Voters will be asked to maintain 6 feet of distance and the number of voters permitted inside the polling places will be limited. Be prepared to wait outside when polls are busy.
Plexi-glass barriers will be placed on tables to separate poll workers and voters and voting booths will be at least 6 feet apart.
Voting Booths will be cleaned repeatedly throughout election day.
Voters are asked to bring their own pens. Blue or black felt or ballpoint pens will work but do not use permanent markers or Sharpies which bleed through the ballot.
Voters are strongly urged to wear cloth face coverings to the polling place. Town will have a limited supply of masks for voters unable to obtain one.