|Last Day to Register to Vote in State Primary||Saturday, August 27||5PM|
|Last Day to Request a Vote by Mail Ballot||Monday, August 29||5PM|
|Last Day to Apply for an Absentee Ballot by mail||Monday, August 29||5PM|
|First Day for in-person Early Voting||Saturday, August 27|
|Last Day for in-person Early Voting||Friday, September 2|
|ELECTION DAY||Tuesday, September 6||7AM-8PM|
Brookline has new precincts as a result of redistricting from the 2020 census. The new precincts went into effect on December 31, 2021, and will be in effect for the May Annual Town Election. You can find your precinct and polling location here.
- Is there mail-in voting or in-person early voting for the September 6 State Primary Election?
There will be both in-person early voting and mail-in voting beginning with the September 2022 State Primary Election. All voters are eligible to vote early in-person, or to vote by mail. Please check back regularly as more details related to voting is available.
- What Town-Wide Offices are on the ballot on May 3?
The following Town-Wide offices, for the following terms:
ONE SELECT BOARD MEMBER FOR THREE YEARS
FOUR TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY FOR THREE YEARS
ONE TRUSTEE OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARYFOR ONE YEAR
THREE MEMBERS OF THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE FOR THREE YEARS
ONE MEMBER OF THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE FOR TWO YEARS
FIVE CONSTABLES FOR THREE YEARS
- What Town Meeting seats are on the ballot on May 3?
Brookline underwent a Redistricting/Reprecincting process in 2021, and has a new Precinct map for 2022. State Law dictates that, if a precinct line should change during this process, all Town Meeting seats in that precinct are up for re-election at the subsequent Annual Town Election. This results in the following Town Meeting Seats and terms being on the ballot on May 3:
FIFTEEN TOWN MEETING MEMBERS
Top 5 finishers are elected for three years, next 5 for two years, and next 5 for one year terms
In Precincts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 17
FIVE TOWN MEETING MEMBERS FOR THREE YEARS
In Precinct 16
ONE TOWN MEETING MEMBER FOR TWO YEARS
In Precinct 16
- How do I become a Poll Worker?
Individuals interested in becoming a Poll Worker email firstname.lastname@example.org to express their interest. Poll Workers should be available all day on Election Day, and are also expected to attend a training before Election Day. Poll Workers do receive a stipend.
- How do I get a list of registered voters?
The voter list is available in digital form from the Town Clerk's office. You can request the voter list by emailing email@example.com.