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Election/Town Meeting Schedule & Information 2020
 

In-Person Early Voting is available at the Office of the Town Clerk, 12 Kent Way, Oct. 17th-30th during regular business hours

M., W., Thurs. 8-4 and Tues. 8-7 (Closed Fridays) and

Weekend hours: Oct. 17/18, 8-12 & Oct. 24/25, 8-12

 

Register to vote by October 24th!

Register on-line here

Register in person at the Office of the Town Clerk, 12 Kent Way during regular business hours & during in-person early voting hours.

Register in-person on Oct. 24th from 2pm-4pm and 7pm-8pm at Firefighter's Memorial Hall, 3 Morgan Ave.

Vote-by-Mail or Absentee Ballot Requests

The deadline to apply for Early Vote by Mail is Wed. October 28th at 5 PM. Click here for the application.

For an Absentee Ballot application click here. The deadline to apply for a mailed ballot is Wed. October 28th at 5 PM.
 
Presidential Election - Tuesday November 3rd - Polls open from 7 AM to 8 PM.
Precinct 1 votes at Firefighter's Memorial Hall, 3 Morgan Ave.
Precinct 2 voters at the Newbury Town Library, 0 Lunt Street
 
Questions? Call the Town Clerk at 978-465-0862, Ext. 315
   ATTORNEY GENERALS APPROVAL of Art. 19, 20 & 22 - ATM 6.23.2020 here 
 
RESULTS - STATE PRIMARY SEPT. 1, 2020
 
 
RESULTS - ANNUAL TOWN ELECTION JUNE 16, 2020 here

 

2020 US CENSUS BUREAU

Recently you should have received a letter from the U.S. Census Bureau inviting you to go online to respond to the 2020 Federal Census.

The U.S. Census counts every person in the country every 10 years. The information gathered through the census is used to decide how much our communities get in state and federal money for things like public health, transportation, and education.  The census is quick, easy, and important, and all of your answers are confidential.

Please visit www.my2020census.gov and be counted today.

Contact the Town Clerk for any specific Annual/Special Town Meeting and Election Results

Polling locations:      
Precinct 1 – Newbury Fire Station at Firefighter's Memorial Hall, 3 Morgan Avenue, Newbury       
Precinct 2 – Newbury Town Library, 0 Lunt Street, Byfield
 
 

 

INVITATIONS TO BID

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REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS

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