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Election/Town Meeting
Attachments:
Attachment NameAttachment SizeAttachment Date
Size: 1M
Last Updated: 2017/3/16
Size: 96K
Last Updated: 2017/3/15
Size: 2.1M
Last Updated: 2016/12/22
Size: 116K
Last Updated: 2016/12/22
Size: 46K
Last Updated: 2016/12/6
Size: 59K
Last Updated: 2016/11/29
Size: 15K
Last Updated: 2016/11/10
Size: 192K
Last Updated: 2016/10/20
Size: 13K
Last Updated: 2016/9/12
Size: 14K
Last Updated: 2016/9/12
Size: 13K
Last Updated: 2016/9/12
Size: 14K
Last Updated: 2016/9/12
Size: 762K
Last Updated: 2016/6/23
Size: 877K
Last Updated: 2016/6/23
Size: 219K
Last Updated: 2016/3/8
Size: 11M
Last Updated: 2015/6/1
Size: 217K
Last Updated: 2015/6/16
Size: 788K
Last Updated: 2015/5/21
Size: 1.4M
Last Updated: 2015/5/14
Size: 16K
Last Updated: 2015/4/7
Size: 705K
Last Updated: 2014/7/14
Size: 2.8M
Last Updated: 2014/6/10
Size: 2.4M
Last Updated: 2013/11/6
Size: 3.6M
Last Updated: 2013/5/30
Size: 18M
Last Updated: 2011/5/17
Size: 1.7M
Last Updated: 2012/5/23
Elected Officials
REPRESENTATIVE -Shawn Dooley State House, Room 167 Boston, MA 02133 Phone (617) 722-2810
SENATOR - Richard J. Ross State House Rom 520 Boston, MA 02133 Phone (617) 722-1555
U S REPRESENTATIVE - Joseph P. Kennedy, III Washington, DC Office 1218 Longworth House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 Phone (202) 225-5931
U S SENATOR  - Elizabeth Warren 317 Hart Senate Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20510 Phone (202) 224-4543
U S SENATOR - Edward Markey Washington Office 218 Russell Senate Office Bldg Washington, DC 20510 Phone (202) 224-2742
STATE GOVERNOR - Charles Baker Office of the Governor of Massachusetts Room 280 Boston, MA 02133 Phone (617) 725-4005
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For additional information, see Town Meeting Page

The Annual Town Election is held on the 1st Monday in April.  The Annual Town Meeting is held on the first Monday in June at 7:00 PM.  The date for a Special Town Meeting shall be decided by the vote of the Board of Selectmen.   

 
           
CHECK YOUR VOTER STATUS
If you have any questions on your voting status(active, inactive, party enrollment)or you are new in Town and would like to register to vote, please contact the Town Clerk at (508)695-3142 extension 20.
Many non-registered residents who return their census forms assume that they are registering to vote. This is not the case. The census form updates the previous year's information and adds new resident information. The Census does not register a person to vote.
A voter who does not return their census, becomes an "inactive voter".  To avoid having to fill out an Affirmation of Current and Continuous Residency form for Inactive Voters at the polls and produce identification, please check your status now. Do not hesitate to contact the Town Clerk with any questions.

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Massachusetts Voter Information
For general voter information log on to the state website at:www.state.ma.us/sec/ele.
Absentee Ballots
For what reasons may people vote absentee? (MGL Chapter 54, Section 86)

Absentee ballots are available only for the following reasons:
(a) absence from the city or town during the hours the polls are open;
(b) physical disability;
(c) religious beliefs whichprevent voting at the polls on election day.

Who can vote absentee? (MGL Chapter 50, Section 1 and Chapter 54 Section 103B)
(a) registered voters;
(b) an active memberof the armedforces or merchant marine, their spouse or dependent; or
(c) a person confined in a  correctional facility or a jail, except if by reason of felony conviction.

Absentee ballot applications are available at the Town Clerk's office or a voter may apply for a ballot by simply mailing the Town Clerk a request for a ballot with an original signature. All requests must be received no later than 12:00 noon of the day before the election.

Absentee ballots may be voted and returned by mail, or hand delivered to the Town Clerk's office by a family member or a person residing in the same household, or a voter may make special arrangements to vote in the Town Clerk's office.  Please call the Town Clerk for more information.





 
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Plainville Town Hall 142 South Street, PO Box 1717, Plainville, MA 02762
Phone: (508) 695-3010    Mon-Thur 8:00am to 4:30pm, Mon Eve. 5:00pm to 8:00pm, Closed Fridays
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