Absentee ballots applications are available

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Hanover Town Clerk Catherine Harder-Bernier announced that absentee ballot
applications are available now in the Hanover Town Clerk’s Office for all
voters living in Hanover wishing to vote by absentee ballot in the Annual
Town Election. The election will be held Saturday, May 11, 2019.

Absentee ballot applications are for use by registered voters who are
unable to vote at the polls on Election Day due to:
1) Absence from the Town of Hanover during normal polling hours (8:00 a.m.
– 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 11th); or
2) Physical disability preventing you from going to the polling place; or
3) Religious belief;

OR they are for use by non-registered voters who are:
1) A Massachusetts citizen absent from the state; or
2) An active member of the armed forces or merchant marines, their spouse
or dependent; or
3) A person confined in a correctional facility or a jail, except if by
reason of felony conviction.

Applications for absentee ballots must be received by noon on the day
before the election, in this case, by noon on Friday, May 10th. For more
information about the absentee ballot application process, please go to:
or call the Hanover Town Clerk’s Office at (781) 826-5000, x1079 or
e-mail catherine.harderbernier@hanover-ma.gov or
meg.pallotta@hanover-ma.gov .

For “Around Town on the Web”,
Cathy H-B

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