Voter Registration & Election Information

Voter registration can be completed in person, online at www.ma.gov  - Secretary of the Commonwealth - Elections and Voting, or by mail. Mail-in registration forms are available at the Town Clerk’s office or the US Post Office. Voter registration deadlines are as follows: an individual, qualified to register to vote, must register to vote and/or change their party affiliation 10 days prior to any State Primary, State Election, or Annual or Special Town Meeting. 

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Presidential Primary - Tuesday March 5, 2024 
The Presidential Primary will be held in Ware Town Hall, Precincts A, B & C from 7 AM to 8 PM.
The last date to register to voter to participate, and/or change your party enrollment will be Saturday February 24th. A special voter registration session will be held from 9 AM to 5 PM.

Residents, please feel free to check your voter registration status online at www.ma.gov  - Secretary of State/Elections & Voting at any time. You may check your party status, where voting will take place as well as a sample of any State Primary/Election Ballot.

ABSENTEE BALLOTS  are available also for those persons who will not be present on the day of any State or Town Election. Applications for an Absentee Ballot are available on the above-mentioned website, or the voter may also apply in person and complete an application available at the Office of the Town Clerk, or by simply writing a letter/note to the Town Clerk 126 Main St. Ware, MA 01082. The information to be included in the letter is the Name of the Voter, the Address where registered as a voter, and the place where the ballot is to be sent. The letter must have the signature of the voter. The qualifications to apply for an Absentee Ballot are as follows: 1. A registered voter who will be unable to vote in person on Election Day due to absence from the Town of Ware during normal polling hours, a disability that prevents them from coming to vote in person or due to religious belief. 

VOTE BY MAIL (Vote by Mail Application on this page - see tab) Vote by Mail will be allowed  for the Presidential Primary - the last date to apply for Vote by Mail will be Tuesday February 27th.