Board of Registrars of Voters - Elections

    
2021 Municipal election calendar

Board of Registrars:

Patrick Driscoll- U
Veronica Pare - D
Jeanette Stearns - R
Linda Koutoulas, City Clerk - D


Under a state law passed in July 2021, voting by mail will be allowed in all local and state elections through December 15, 2021. You do not need to have an excuse to cast an early ballot by mail.

To apply to vote by mail, complete the Vote by Mail Application and submit it to your local election office

Make sure to apply as early as possible. The U.S. Postal Service recommends allowing up to 7 days for ballot delivery in each direction.




Please be advised that the Clerk’s Office sent confirmation cards to those voters who had not returned the 2021 census.  Under state law, any voter who did not return this year’s City census/street listing, must be made ‘inactive” and sent a notice.  The confirmation notice allows a voter to become active again at the same address or change their voter registration address within the City of Haverhill.  

Unfortunately, an error occurred during the mail merge process which placed the wrong last name on some of the cards.  If you received a card with the correct first name and middle name but wrong last name is wrong, this is the mailing error on our end. We will be redoing this mailing.  If you have already returned your card, you may not receive a second one if we have processed it.  Otherwise, all inactive voters will receive another card in order make sure our information will be correct.  These cards will be sent out in the next few weeks.

This was an unintentional error that occurred within office and is not the result of fraud or deception. 

                We apologize for any confusion.

If you would like to check your voter status or have questions, please feel free to contact us at 978-374-2312 or cityclerk@cityofhaverhill.com

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