Vol. I No. 03 9/1/2020
September 1, 2020 is Primary day! Please vote.
Voting in the time of Covid may seem challenging but is nevertheless important. Here is a voter's guide.
There is one polling place in Stockbridge. It is in Town Hall located on Main Street. It is on the lower level. Signs will direct you. Wear a mask and observe social distancing.
The poll is open from 7 A.M. to 8 P.M.
If you are voting by mail, and you received your ballot, possibly you already returned it. If you did not, in order for your vote to count, mail it before September 1 or place it in the drop box at Town Hall at any time before the poll closes at 8 P.M. September 1.
General Election November 3, 2020! Vote!
When you requested your mail-in ballot, if you checked the box for "all 2020 elections" then a ballot for the General Election November 3, 2020 will arrive automatically. As soon as it does, fill it out and mail it back.
If you did not request a ballot for "all elections" and you want to vote by mail in the General election, request a ballot as soon as possible. It may take a week or two to arrive. You can go to www.townofstockbridge.com click on the link and download the application for a ballot. You can pick up an application at the town trash compactor, the downstairs lobby of Town Hall, and outside the police station lobby.
Voting in person will be at Town Hall from 7 A.M. – 8 P.M. and just as on Primary Day there will be asks and social distancing.
More information is available at:
The town website: townofstockbridge.com
Stockbridge Town Clerk Terri Iemolini, at email@example.com or 298-4170 extension 251
League of Women Voters has posted information at www.VOTE411.org
Dragonfly enjoying a Stockbridge garden.