Time to exercise one of our most precious rights as citizens. Here’s a round up of voter information for the November 3 Presidential elections. Voters have many options for casting their ballot this year. Visit the City of Quincy Fall 2020 Elections Voter Options Guide for all the information you need to vote.
- Click here to view a sample of the ballot
- Learn more at the Quincy elections department
- Everything you need to know on the State Elections Division site
Vote in person on November 3
Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Polls open: 7 AM – 8 PM
Vote at Squantum Elementary School, 50 Huckins Ave, Squantum, MA [map]
Not from Squantum? Find your polling location here.
Things to know about voting in person this year:
- Wear a face covering, maintain social distancing (keep 6 feet from others); don’t touch your face.
- Keep your ballot dry and free from hand sanitizers.
- Bring an ID (you may be asked to show your ID).
- You can bring a blue or black pen to mark your ballot if you don’t want to borrow one at the polls.
- You can bring a clipboard or book to mark your ballot on if you don’t want to use the voting booth.
Vote in person: voting early Oct 17-30
Early Voting in person will be available October 17-30 at the City Hall and North Quincy High School. View the schedule for each location. An application is not required to vote early in person…just show up and vote!
- Weekdays: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM at Quincy City Hall, 1305 Hancock St, Quincy, MA [map]
- Weekends: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM at North Quincy High School gymnasium [map]
You can also vote by mail
- Visit the Quincy Voter Guide site for information on how to vote by mail and tracking your ballot.
- Vote by mail ballots may be returned by mail and must be postmarked by November 3rd and received by the City Clerk by 5 PM on November 6th. (a postage pre-pad return envelope addressed to the City Clerk’s office is included with your ballot.)
- OR your vote by mail ballot may be dropped off at the City Clerk’s Office by 8:00 PM on November 3rd.