Elections 2020

Election Update

The Presidential and State Election is scheduled for Tuesday November 3, 2020.

The Election Warrant has been posted at Town Hall and the Police Station.

Vote by Mail

Voters are encouraged to Vote by Mail

To find the status of your ballot request, go to the Secretary of State Track My Ballot Website.  If it says "Pending", your request has been received and a ballot will be mailed soon.

Vote by Mail ballots must be returned to Town Hall, no later than 8:00 PM on November 3, 2020 either via USPS mail or the Ballots and Payment drop box in front of Town Hall (across from the bell).

The State has provided postage paid white envelopes that do not require a stamp to be mailed.

Ballot information is available on the State website here.

Voters who have received a Vote by Mail ballot may change their mind and vote in-person. However, only the first ballot submitted will be counted.

In-Person Early Voting

in-Person Early Voting will be available October 17-30 at a the Tolles Parsons Center (COA) at 500 Washington Street.

  • Saturday October 17 and Sunday October 18: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
  • Monday October 19-Friday October 23: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
  • Saturday October 24 and Sunday October 25: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
  • Monday October 26-Friday October 30: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Election 2020

Voter Rights Resources

All residents have the right to vote, free from intimidation and harassment. 

ALL School Based Polling Locations have MOVED for the 2020 Elections!

There are NO CHANGES at the other precincts.  

  • Precinct G is at the Wellesley Free Library at 530 Washington Street.
  •  Precinct H is at the Tolles Parsons Center - Council on Aging at 500 Washington Street. (The TPC is open for Elections ONLY.)

September 1, 2020 Election Results

The September 1, 2020 election results are official and have been certified!  Final results include ballots  machine tabulated or hand-counted prior to the end of the evening on September 1st and additional ballots hand-counted on September 3rd.