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Town Clerk Mike Bouchard Answers Common Questions About Upcoming Election

Will Also Hold Live Public ZOOM Call with Q&A Opportunity
Q: What are the voting options for November 3?
R: There are three options
• Early Vote by Mail: You can
apply now.
• Early Vote in Person: Saturday, October 17 to Friday. October 30 at
Town Hall https://www. departments/town-clerk/ election-information/early- voting/
• Vote in person at the polls on November 3
Q: When will ballots be mailed out?
R: Groton expects to receive ballots between October 5 and 9. It will take about a week to mail the ballots to voters.
Q: If I applied for Vote by Mail for a previous election, will I get a ballot for November 3?
R: If you requested “All Elections This Year” you will receive a ballot for November 3.
Q: Where will I vote if I want to vote in person on November 3?
R: Precinct 1: The (Senior) Center, 163 West Main Street
Precinct 2: Groton-Dunstable Middle School (North), 344 Main Street (for November 3 only)
Precinct 3: Groton-Dunstable Middle School (North), 344 Main Street (for November 3 only)
Q: What are the poll hours on November 3?
R: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Q: What is the voter registration deadline?
R: October 24. You can check your voter registration by calling the Town Clerk at 978- 448-1100 or at https://www.
Q: How do I track my ballot? How do I know if it’s been received?
R: Call the Town Clerk at 978-
448-1100 or wheredoivotema/track/ trackmyballot.aspx
Q: Is there a drop box for ballots?
R: Yes, behind Town hall, 173 Main Street
Q: Where do I call if I have questions?
R: Town Clerk at 978- 448-1100 or townclerk@ You can also join the live ZOOM presentation and Q&A session with Mike Bouchard on October 6:
All About Voting in Groton
Public Zoom Call
Tuesday, October 6, 2020, 6:00p.m.
Town Clerk Mike Bouchard will explain All About Voting in Groton for the November Election during a Public Zoom Call on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2020, at 6:00 p.m. Mike will discuss the options available for how, when, and where to vote in the upcoming election, including how to vote by mail, and what you need to do to make sure your vote is counted.
     He will also talk about what else is on the ballot, beyond the choice of presidential candidate, and he will explain the process used to count the vote in Groton. Participants will be able to ask questions via the chat feature on Zoom. Questions may also be submitted ahead of time to Town Manager Mark Haddad at mhaddad@townofgroton. org.
Zoom information will be made available on the Town website.
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