In-person voting will be different this year. It will have physical distancing requirements inside the polling place (and may result in less voting booths, which may mean longer lines spaced 6 feet apart). Waiting lines outside the polling place will be using physical distancing as well. Also, all voters will be asked to wear a face covering. There may also be new people working the polls so everyone’s patience is appreciated.
IN-PERSON EARLY VOTING FOR THE NOVEMBER 3RD ELECTION
Early voting for the general election will be over a two-week period from October 17 to October 30, 2020. To find out locations for early voting, reach out to your town clerk’s office. For the towns in the 3rd Hampshire District:
- The schedule and location for Amherst’s early in-person voting: here.
- The schedule and location for Granby’s early in person voting: here.
- The schedule and location for Pelham’s early in-person voting here.
It is believed that early voting may have shorter lines and physical distancing will be easier to do than voting on election day. Please remember to wear a mask or face covering when you go to vote and stay six feet away from other people
IN-PERSON VOTING ON ELECTION DAY, NOVEMBER 3 GENERAL / PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
If you plan to vote in person on Election Day, be prepared for changes that incorporate public health guidelines, including social distancing (staying six feet apart) and wearing a mask or face covering.
Election Day hours are 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.