Voting and Elections

A map of the new precincts is available on the Town Clerk’s website. The majority of voters will vote at the same place as last year.

The LWVA Election Guide will be published in the October 29 Amherst Bulletin. See also the Amherst Affordable Housing Coalition web site. (LWVA is a member of this coalition.)

The League of Women Voters of Amherst, in cooperation with with Amherst Media, will conduct Candidate Forums for all contested races in the upcoming Amherst municipal election.

LWVMA is supporting, advocating for, and encouraging our members to advocate for the VOTES Act, H.805/S.459.

Do you need to find the address of your polling place, or check your voter registration status? Did you request a mail-in ballot, but now plan to vote in-person instead? Please check out these links and tips.

LWVMA is partnering again this year with Lawyers for Civil Rights and the Safe Elections Network.

Volunteer for Phone Banks for Census Response and Voter Registration: Sign up for phone bank - every Tuesday at 11:00-1:00 and every Wednesday and Thursday from 5:00-7:00.

Governor Baker signed H.4820, An Act relative to Voting Options in Response to COVID-19, into law Monday, July 6.

Opening meeting featured a presentation on voting rights and voter suppression by Stuart Naifeh, a voting rights lawyer with Demos.

Candidates for School Committee, Library Trustee, Housing Authority and Oliver Smith Will Elector.

 

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