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Voting On Election Day: What You Need To Know

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TEWKSBURY ANNUAL TOWN ELECTION
TUESDAY, JUNE 16TH
POLLS OPEN 8AM – 8PM

TEWKSBURY VOTING LOCATIONS
Precinct 1 Senior Center 175 Chandler St
Precinct 1A Senior Center 175 Chandler St
Precinct 2 Recreation Center 286 Livingston St. Precinct
2A Recreation Center 286 Livingston St
Precinct 3 Town Hall 1009 Main Street.
Precinct 3A Town Hall 1009 Main Street.
Precinct 4 Library 300 Chandler St.
Precinct 4A Library 300 Chandler St. 

VOTING ON ELECTION DAY – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW / BRING:
Do NOT go to the POLLS if you are sick or have been exposed leading up to Election Day. Call (on Election Day) 978-640-4355 or email townclerk@tewksbury-ma.gov for voting options from home
 Wear a Face Covering
 Bring an ID – in some cases voters will be required to show an ID. That ID can be anything (license, a bill, email) but the voter name and address must match how you are registered.
 Don’t touch your face while at the polling location
 Maintain Social Distancing – keep 6’ away from anyone not from your household
 Keep your ballot dry and free from hand sanitizers - Do not use hand sanitizer while handling your ballot and be sure your voting booth is dry as it will cause issues tabulator breakdowns

SAVE TIME & AGGRAVATION - KNOW BEFORE YOU GO:
If you wish to verify your voter registration status or have any questions, please phone the Town Clerk’s Office at 978-640-4355 or check out these helpful Links: 
CHECK YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION STATUS
CHECK YOUR POLLING LOCATION
2020 ANNUAL TOWN ELECTION SAMPLE BALLOT

OUR COMMITMENT TO KEEP VOTERS SAFE:
Click here to view the ANNUAL TOWN ELECTION COVID-19 CONTINGENCY PLAN 

 All elections workers will be required to wear masks while present at the polling location. Masks will be provided to all election workers.
 Protective shields will be placed on check-in and check-out tables.
 Voters will be strongly advised to either wear a mask or some kind of facial covering before entering the building.
 Pens will be cleaned with disinfecting wipes between every voter.
 Hand sanitizer will be placed at the exit of the buildings as well as near election workers.
 All precincts will be suited for a one-way traffic flow to avoid face-to-face encounters and maintain a six-foot separation of workers and voters. Voters will be allowed to enter and exit the precincts through different and separate doors.
 Entry/Exit doors will be propped open, so that no one has to touch handles/doorknobs. (weatherpermitting)
 Spatial markers will be set up at the entrance to each precinct marking six foot intervals.
 Directional and spatial arrows will be taped to the floor or walls.
 Voting booths will be spaced at least six feet apart. (3 per precinct)  There will be a limit of 3 Voters/Precinct allowed into the voting area at any one time voting at separate voting booths.
 Throughout the day election staff will sanitize voting booths and tables with disinfecting wipes. (Be certain surface is dry before allowing a voter to place their ballot because wet ballots may cause problems with the tabulator.)
 Throughout the day maintenance staff will sanitize frequently touched surfaces such and hand rails, elevator buttons, door handles, bathrooms, etc.
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