Ways to Vote

Ways to Vote

Voting News: Upcoming Elections


State election: Tuesday, November 8, 2022

To Register: If you have moved, are not yet registered or want to check your registration status, you can do so here: Check My Registration

Ways to Vote:  Read carefully!

Massachusetts has recently passed the VOTES Act, so there are new options for voting.  


Voting by mail 

Voting by mail is now available for all elections with no excuse required.

You should have received an application for mail-in ballots in the mail. It must be returned by August 29th to ensure you will receive a ballot in time for the election. 

Didn’t receive an application in the mail? You can get one from the Town Clerk at the Concord Town House (22 Monument Square) or Carlisle Town Hall (66 Westford Street) or get one on-line here:

Vote By Mail Application

IMPORTANT ballot application details:

On your application, you must indicate which party’s ballot you want to receive, even if you are enrolled as an “independent” or “unenrolled”. Choosing a party’s ballot for the primary will not affect your party registration. If you do not choose a party on your primary ballot application, you will not receive a primary ballot.

Don’t forget to sign your application!


Voting in person 

Voting early in CONCORD:

Concord Town House (22 Monument Square, 2nd Floor):


Voting early in CARLISLE:

Carlisle Town Hall-Clark Room (66 Westford Street):


Vote in person on Election Day

(7:00 am to 8:00 pm) at your precinct’s polling location.  Don’t forget that some of our precincts and polling places changed on January 1, 2022 due to the 2020 Federal Census. 

Concord Precinct Information



Still have questions?  Check out VOTE411.org!