November 8th - State Election – Memorial Town Hall: 7 am to 8 pm, Last day to register to vote is October 29th (9am-5pm)
HOW TO REGISTER TO VOTE:
ONLINE - Click here to register to vote online through the State website
BY MAIL - Click here to print out a Voter Registration Card
IN PERSON - Stop by the Town Clerk's office during normal business hours and fill out a Voter Registration card
VOTE BY MAIL INFORMATION VISIT: www.voteinMA.com
TRACK MY BALLOT https://www.sec.state.ma.us/WhereDoIVoteMA/TrackMyBallot
EARLY VOTING HOURS FOR NOV. 8TH ELECTIONSaturday, Oct. 22 (9-1); Monday, Oct. 24 (9-1);Tuesday, Oct. 25 (9-1); Thursday, October 27 (9-1);Saturday, Oct. 29 (9-4:30); Monday, Oct. 31 (9-4:30)Tuesday, Nov. 1 (9-4:30); Thurs, Nov. 3 (9-4:30)
UNSURE IF YOU ARE REGISTERED TO VOTE?
Check your voter status!
Click here to check online or call the Town Clerk's office @ 413-247-0492 ***BE SURE TO USE 01038 AS THE ZIP CODE***
All elections are held at the Town Hall located at 59 Main Street in Hatfield.
All registered voters in the Town of Hatfield vote in the same location (we only have one precinct).
ABSENTEE BALLOT INFORMATION:
If you will be out of Town on the day of an Election or are unable to appear at our polling location due to a disability or religious reason, you may cast your vote by an Absentee Ballot. A written request must be filed with the Town Clerk's office no later than 12 pm (noon) on the business day before the Election for which you are requesting an Absentee ballot. If a registered voter needs assistance completing an application form, they may designate a person to assist them. A family member may also complete a form for a registered voter. For more information about voting by Absentee, click here.
Absentee Ballot Application
Completed applications can be submitted the following ways on or before 5 business days prior to the Election.
MAIL - Hatfield Town Hall, 59 Main Street, Hatfield, MA 01038
EMAIL - email@example.com
DROPBOX - Located outside of Town Hall
MILITARY AND OVERSEAS CITIZENS VOTING INFORMATION:
If you are an active duty member of Uniformed Services, family member of an active duty member of Uniformed Services, or a United States citizen residing outside of the country and are NOT registered to vote in the United States, you are considered "specifially qualified" and are able to vote under UOCAVA (Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act). If you are overseas AND a registered voter in the United States, you may simply vote by Absentee Ballot (see previous paragraph). For more information about voting by UOCAVA, visit Massachusetts Secretary of State's website by clicking here. You may also request an Absentee Ballot through the Federal Voting Assistance Program by clicking here.
For general information and all questions regarding voting, registration and elections, visit the Secretary of State's website by clicking here.