Registered Massachusetts voters can use an absentee ballot if:
- they’re going to be out of town during polling hours on Election Day
- they have a physical disability and can't get to the voting location, or
- they can't vote at the polls because of religious beliefs.
Non-registered voters can use an absentee ballot if:
- they are a Massachusetts citizen, but they won’t be in the state
- they are an active member of the military (this includes their spouses or dependents), or
- they are in prison or jail on a non-felony conviction.
- Check the absentee voter info for more detailed information.
ARE YOU A MASSACHUSETTS CITIZEN LIVING OUTSIDE OF THE U.S.?
The federal government has a separate application and process that you need to complete. Please visit the Federal Voting Assistance Program website for more information.
Mail your completed application to:
Haverhill City Clerk's Office
4 Summer St, Room 118
Haverhill MA 01830
We’ll send you an Absentee Ballot in the mail with a set of return envelopes. You can mail the ballot or bring it in person to the address on the envelope.
If you’re returning your ballot in person, you must bring it to City Clerk's office, Haverhill City Hall, Room 118, by 8 p.m. on Election Day.