Vote Monday, March 7
Polls will be open 7am to 8pm
Not sure where to vote?
- Look up your polling place at https://wheredoivotema.com
- Call or visit the Town Clerk’s office, 781-862-0500 x270; 1625 Mass Ave, Lexington
Please note that several polling locations have changed recently.
- Precinct 1: School Administration Building, 146 Maple St (enter via 328 Lowell St driveway)
- Precinct 2: Bowman School, 9 Philip Rd
- Precinct 3: Lexington Community Center, 39 Marrett Rd
- Precinct 4: Cary Memorial Building, 1605 Massachusetts Ave
- Precinct 5: School Administration Building, 146 Maple St (enter via 328 Lowell St driveway)
- Precinct 6: Cary Memorial Building, 1605 Massachusetts Ave
- Precinct 7: Keilty Hall, St. Brigid’s Church, 2001 Massachusetts Ave (enter via Worthen Rd parking lot-opposite #51 Worthen Rd)
- Precinct 8: Samuel Hadley Public Services Building, 201 Bedford St
- Precinct 9: Keilty Hall, St. Brigid’s Church, 2001 Massachusetts Ave (enter via Worthen Rd parking lot - opposite #51 Worthen Rd)
Absentee, Physically Disabled, and Specially Qualified Voting
Click here for information, including how to apply for an absentee ballot. If you wish to send your absentee ballot by mail, you must apply by 5pm on Tuesday, March 1.
You must be registered by 8pm on Tuesday, February 15 to vote in the March 7 election.
Three ways to register:
- Online at registertovotema.com
- Mail in a downloadable form from the Secretary of State office
- Fill out a voter registration form at the Town Clerk’s office, 1625 Mass Ave, Lexington (781-862-0500 x270)
Assistive Voting Devices
Lexington’s polling places are equipped with assistive voting devices for voters with disabilities. The devices, called AutoMARK Voter Assist Terminals, allow voters to mark their ballots privately and independently. Ask a poll worker if you would like to use the assistive voting device.
Click here for information.
Click here for a video demonstration of the AutoMARK Voter Assist Terminal.