Early voting starts Oct. 22
By Carol Britton Meyer
Hingham voters can cast their ballots at Town Hall for the Nov. 8 state election through the early voting process if they wish to do so rather than vote in-person on Election Day or another option.
On June 22, 2022, a Massachusetts election reform law titled “The VOTES Act” was signed into law. Among other things, the VOTES Act makes several of the temporary changes from the 2020 pandemic permanent including Vote by Mail and In-Person Early Voting.
Town Clerk Carol Falvey recently announced in-person early voting hours at Hingham Town Hall starting Oct. 22 and continuing through Nov. 4.
Check the Town Clerk link on the Town of Hingham website for dates and times for early voting opportunities.
Call the Town Clerk’s Office with any questions: (781) 741-1410 or email TownClerk@hingham-ma.gov.
Visit www.RegisterToVoteMA.com for voter registration information and the elections link on the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts website for further information about early voting, absentee voting, the Nov. 8 election, candidates, and the statewide ballot questions.
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