Voting & Election Info

Vote

Ways to Register to Vote:

ONLINE - Click here to register to vote online through the State website
BY MAIL - Click here to print out a Voter             Registration Card
IN PERSON - Stop by the Town Clerk's office Monday - Friday 9am-4pm to fill out a Voter          Registration card
 

Unsure if you are registered to vote?
Want to check your Voter Status?

Click here to check online or call the Town Clerk's office @ 413-665-1400 x100

 

2018 ELECTION CALENDAR

February 1st - Nomination Papers Available for Town Election. Due March 19th
April 30th – Annual Town Meeting, last day to register to vote at ATM is April 10th
May 7th  – Annual Town Elections, last day to register to vote is April 10th
September 4th – State Primary, last day to register or change party is August 15th
November 6th – State Election, last day to register or change party is October 17th

 

Polling Location:
All elections are held at the Town Hall located at 8 Conway Street in South Deerfield.
All registered voters in the Town of Deerfield vote in the same location. 

 

Absentee Ballot Information
If you will be out of Town on the day of an Election or are unable to appear at our polling location due to a disability or religious reason, you may cast your vote by an Absentee Ballot. A written request must be filed with the Town Clerk's office no later than 12 pm (noon) on the day before the Election that you are requesting an Absentee ballot for. If a registered voter needs assistance completing an application form, they may designate a person to assist them. A family member may also complete a form for a registered voter. For more information about voting by Absentee, click here
Absentee Ballot Application



Voting for Military and Overseas Citizens
If you are an active duty member of Uniformed Services, family member of an active duty member of Uniformed Services, or a United States citizen residing outside of the country and are NOT registered to vote in the United States, you are considered "specifially qualified" and are able to vote under UOCAVA (Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act). If you are overseas AND a registered voter in the United States, you may simply vote by Absentee Ballot (see previous paragraph).  For more information about voting by UOCAVA, visit Massachusetts Secretary of State's website by clicking here. You may also request an Absentee Ballot through the Federal Voting Assistance Program by clicking here.

 

For general information and all questions regarding voting, registration and elections, visit the Secretary of State's webiste by clicking here. 

 

AVAILABLE CAMPAIGN FINANCE REPORTS
Carolyn Ness - May 2018 Election

 

Your Current Elected Officials Are:

Governor: CHARLES D. BAKER
Lieutenant Governor: KARYN E. POLITO
Secretary: WILLIAM FRANCIS GALVIN
Auditor: SUZANNE M. BUMP
Treasurer: DEBORAH B. GOLDBERG
Attorney General: MAURA HEALEY
U.S. Senator: ELIZABETH A. WARREN
U.S. Senator: EDWARD J. MARKEY

District Representatives:

Congressional: JAMES P. McGOVERN  --  SECOND DISTRICT
State Senate: STANLEY C. ROSENBERG  --  HAMPSHIRE, FRANKLIN & WORCESTER DISTRICT
State Representative: STEPHEN KULIK  --  FIRST FRANKLIN DISTRICT
Governor's Council: MARY E. HURLEY  --  EIGHTH DISTRICT
District Attorney: DAVID E. SULLIVAN  --  NORTHWESTERN DISTRICT 

 

 

Get Ready to Vote

November 6th State Election Information
Polling Place: Deerfield Town Hall @ 8 Conway Street in South Deerfield
Polling Hours: 7 am - 8 pm

LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE: Wednesday, October 17th
*Town Clerk's Office will be open until 8 pm on this day*
You can register to vote in person @ the Town Hall, by mail, or online!

Absentee Ballots are now available!

See below for more information.

Early Voting will begin October 22nd.
See below for more information.

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Vote Absentee

Absentee Ballots for November 6th Election

Registered voters are eligible to vote absentee if they will be prevented from voting on Election Day for the following reasons:
- being absent from the Town during poll hours
- physical disability
- religious beliefs

You may vote absentee @ the Town Hall during business hours or you may have the ballot mailed to you

An application must be filed with the Town Clerk's office to vote absentee.
Applications are available at the Town Clerk's office or online by clicking here.

Ways to submit your application to vote absentee:
Drop off your application to the Town Clerk's office
Fax it to 413-665-5512
Email it to townclerk@town.deerfield.ma.us
Mail it to the Town Hall @ 8 Conway Street, South Deerfield, MA 01373

APPLICATIONS TO VOTE ABSENTEE MUST BE RECEIVED IN THE TOWN CLERK'S OFFICE BY:
Noon on Monday, November 5th
 

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Early Voting


Early Voting for November 6th Election

All registered voters are eligible to vote early!

No application needed - Just stop by the Town Hall during Early Voting Hours and you may vote before Election Day! 

Early Voting Hours:
Monday, October 22 - Friday, October 26:     9 am - 4 pm
Saturday, October 27:                                          9 am - Noon
Monday, October 29 - Friday, November 2:   9 am - 4 pm

***If you would like an Early Voting ballot mailed to you, you must fill out an application***
Applications are available at the Town Clerk's office or online by clicking here.
Once the application is received by the Town Clerk's office, your ballotwill be mailed to you. 

*Please note: Early Voting ballots CANNOT be mailed out prior to October 22nd*

APPLICATIONS TO EARLY VOTE BY MAIL MUST BE RECEIVED IN THE TOWN CLERK'S OFFICE BY:
Noon on Friday, November 2nd