Board of Registrars of Voters - Elections

List of candidates for the November Municipal Election
2020 Presidential Election Calendar

On June 25, 1919, Massachusetts voted in favor of the Nineteenth Amendment. By August of 1920, 36 states (including Massachusetts) ratified the amendment, giving women the right to vote. - the following are the first three women in Haverhill who registered to vote!
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Board of Registrars:
Patrick Driscoll
Veronica Pare
Jeanette Stearns

OCPF newsletter: Winter 2019 

n 2014, Chapter 109A of Chapter 54 of the General Laws was enacted, which requires post-election audits after presidential elections.  Under the proivsions of Chap. 54, Sec. 109A(c), 3% of all the precincts in Massachusetts must be handcounted as part of the audit process.  The law requires that precincts to be audited must be chosen in a random, publically verifiable, non-computerized drawing supervised by the Secretary of the State within 48 hours after the polls have closed.  The law futher provides for a handcount of only ceryain specifies races, where more than one candidate is printed on the ballot, and a statewide question, which is also randomly selected. 

Following the Presidential election, Haverhill was randomly selected to audit 2 precincts- Ward 2 Prec 2 and Ward 7 Prec 1.
Results of the audit

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