Voter's List

What to Do If Your Name Is not on the Voters List


If your name does not appear on the list of voters, the Warden should contact the Town Clerk to determine if you are registered in another precinct or if you are considered an inactive voter. If you are on another list in the Town, you are required to go to that polling location and cast your ballot.

If you cannot be qualified to vote at the polling place but believe you’re registered, you may request a Provisional Ballot. The Provisional Ballot allows you to cast your vote and will be counted if it is determined that an error has been made and you are a qualified registered voter. You will be given a form to fill out that you will sign. You will also receive information that will allow you to find out the outcome of the research done on your voting qualification.

When the Name of an Absentee Voter Applicant Does Not Appear on the Voters List


In the event that the Town Clerk cannot find the name of a voter requesting an absentee ballot, the voter must be sent a Provisional Ballot with a letter explaining the reason for the Provisional Ballot. The Provisional Ballot allows you to cast your vote and will be counted if it is determined that a mistake has been made and you are a qualified registered voter. You will be given a form to fill out that you will sign. You may also be required to provide more information regarding your qualification. You will also receive information that will allow you to find out the outcome of the research done on your voting qualification.