Massachusetts has mandated Early Voting for the March Primary. Any registered voter in Shutesbury can come in to mark your ballot upstairs in the Town Hall during regular Town Clerk hours. The schedule is:
Monday: 3 - 7 pm
Tuesday and Friday: 8:30 - noon
Wednesday and Thursday mornings 8:30 - 10:30 am
and Thursday evening 5 - 7 pm.
Absentee voting in person or by mail is also available. Allow a full week for travel by post in order to have your ballot arrive by noon on Tuesday, March 3.
News & Updates
The Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth has a link that you can click on to view the ballots available on March 3. If you enrolled in a specific party, that is the ballot you will receive at the polls. If you are UNENROLLED in any party you can request any ballot.
The following nomination papers have been taken out as of February 20, 2020:
Garrett Simonsen - Board of Health
Norene Pease - Board of Health
Steve Bressler - Planning Board
Michael DeChiara - Planning Board
Savanna Ouellette - Board of Library Trustees
Steve Sullivan - School Committee
Grace Bannasch - Town Clerk
Walter Tibbetts - Cemetery Commission
Dan Hayes - School Committee
Rita Farrell - Select Board
Deacon Bonnar - Planning Board
The Attorney general approved Shutesbury's 12/10/19 town meeting vote to have Annual Town Meeting the last Saturday of April. Click here to see the posting of this decision.
Super Tuesday, the presidential party primary, is Tuesday, March 3, 2020. Absentee Voting and Early Voting options are available to make your voice heard. Here are some important dates to know: