- Early voting at Town Hall - polls are open from Oct. 29 to Nov. 3
- Regular voting on November 7 from 7 AM to 8 PM - where to vote?
- Mail-in voting - request by Oct. 31
I voted this morning -- Saturday at 9 AM at Town Hall. Hours for early voting are in section 1 below. Or you can go to your voting place on Nov. 7 from 7 AM until 8 PM -- polling locations in section 2. Or you can use a mail-in ballot if you request it by next Tuesday - details in section 3. My wife, Kathleen Crogan-Camara, RN, was also among the first to "early vote" -- and you can "early vote" too!
1. Early voting at Town Hall
polls are open from Oct. 29 to Nov. 3
In-person Early Voting will take place at Town Hall, 41 South Main Street, Randolph
Early Voting Schedule:
- Sat., Oct. 28th 9:00 am- 5:00 pm
- Sun., Oct. 29th closed
- Mon. Oct. 30th 8:30 am- 7:00 pm
- Tues, Oct. 31st 8:30 am- 4:30 pm
- Wed., Nov. 1st 8:30 am- 4:30 pm
- Thurs., Nov. 2nd 8:30 am- 7:00 pm
- Fri., Nov. 3rd 8:30 am- 4:30 pm
For more information, please call the Town Clerk’s Office at 781-961-0901
Ou ka vote an peson bonheu nan Town Hall, 41 S Main St
La votación anticipada en persona se llevará en Town Hall, 41 South Main Street
A votação antecipada presencial será realizada na Câmara Municipal, 41 South Main St.
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Jesse Gordon is currently the District 2 Town Councilor, but the whole town has been redistricted -- so Jesse is running "At-Large"(city-wide) and appears on all four district ballots. There are four offices on the ballot:
- At-Large Town Councilor -- you can vote for up to five; - Jesse is asking for one of your five votes!
- District Councilor - vote for one
- School Committee - vote for up to six
- Stetson Hall Trustee - vote for up to three
2. Regular voting on November 7
from 7 AM to 8 PM - where to vote?
Due to redistricting after the 2020 census, your voting place may have changed since 2021. Your precinct number has likely also changed, for over half the people in Randolph. The 2023 voting places are listed below -- with a map showing every street in Randolph so you can look up your voting place.
- District 1: Precinct 1, 2, 3: Randolph High School, 71 Memorial Parkway
- District 2: Precincts 4, 5, 6: New Jerusalem Evangelical Baptist Church, 871 North Main Street
- District 3: Precincts 7, 8: St. Mary’s Church Hall, 211 North Main Street
- District 3: Precinct 9: Randolph Intergenerational Community Center, 128 Pleasant Street
- District 4: Precincts 10, 11, 12: St. Bernadette’s Church Hall, 1031 North Main Street
3. Mail-in voting
The last day to request a ballot be mailed is October 31, 2023 at 5 pm.
request by Oct. 31
To vote by mail:
Voted Ballots must be:
- Complete a Vote by Mail Application; (Note: you may also send a letter that says you are requesting a VOTE BY MAIL BALLOT, your name, address, where the ballot should be mailed and your live signature. If you do not include the words “Vote by Mail Ballot” your request will be considered for an absentee ballot and subject to those requirements.
Please make sure your application is completed in its entirety.
- You MUST sign your own application. Unsigned applications cannot be accepted. We have to have a signature before sending you a ballot.
- Voters must request their OWN ballot.
- PLEASE PROVIDE A CONTACT DAYTIME PHONE NUMBER. This will make our job easier in contacting voters from whom we need more information.
- If you mail your Vote by Mail Ballot back and it is accepted by the local election office, then your ballot is considered to be cast and you cannot vote again either in person early or on election day.
- If any information is missing, we will have to contact you before we can process your application, which will delay receiving your ballot by mail. This is a new voting process in Massachusetts. If you have any questions, please contact the Town Clerk's office at 781-961-0901.
- Deliver your application to us by mail at: Town Clerk's Office, 41 South Main Street, Randolph, MA 02368 (or drop in the silver payment box out front of Town Hall); by email at: email@example.com or by fax at: (781) 961-0919
- Vote when your ballot arrives;
Returning Your Voted Ballot
- Sealed in the brown Early Ballot Envelope provided
- The voter must sign their name next to the “X” on the signature line on the outside of the envelope.
- Ballots received that are not in the brown envelope or are missing a signature cannot be accepted.
Your ballot can be returned either in person to Town Hall, mailed to Town Hall or placed in the ballot drop box at Town Hall. Ballots that were mailed to you CANNOT be returned to your Polling Location on Election Day!
By the Official Drop Box (in front of Town Hall) or In person to the Clerk’s Office
- The ballot must be received by 8 pm on November 7th.
- Please Note: Ballots received from other communities MUST be returned to the community they were requested from. Randolph cannot accept ballots for any other community.
- Ballots received after 8 pm on November 7th, either by the drop box or in person will NOT be accepted, so please plan accordingly.
- When returning your ballot to the Town Clerk's Office, the white envelope only will be opened to verify the brown inner envelope is present and signed.
- By mail to the Town Clerk's Office (41 South Main Street), the ballot must be received by 8 pm on November 7th.