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It’s Election Day In Tewksbury! Here’s What To Know Before You Go

Last year we had a 9.47% voting rate. Let’s beat that in 2023!

The polls are open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. today, Saturday, April 1. You can find your voting location here, along with confirmation that you are registered to vote in Tewksbury and an active voter.

What if it says I am not a registered voter? Unfortunately, the deadline has passed for registering to vote on Saturday. But you can submit a new voter application form for next time. You can also use that form to update your address or party affiliation.

What if it says I am not an active voter? Voters who appear as inactive can still vote, but you will be required to complete additional forms and show an ID at the polls.

What will the ballot I get look like? Here’s the ballot you will receive. Unlike in State elections, everyone in town will get the same ballot.

What do I need to know/bring?
The Town Clerk has a few tips:

  • Bring an ID – in some cases voters will be required to show an ID. That ID can be anything (driver’s license, a current utility bill, email) but the name and address must match how you are registered.
  • Keep your ballot dry and free from hand sanitizers – Do not use hand sanitizer while handling your ballot and be sure your voting booth is dry as it will cause issues with tabulator breakdowns.

    If you have any questions, please phone the Town Clerk’s Office at 978-640-4355 or email

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