You Don’t Have to Wait to VOTE on November 6 ~ Early Voting Begins TODAY in Bedford

Submitted by the League of Women Voters of Bedford

One of the 100+ Bedford voters who took advantage of the first day of Early Voting, Nick Tate proudly displayed his “I have Voted” sticker after casting his ballot – Image (c) JMcCT, 2018 all rights reserved

Information about early voting and absentee ballots for Massachusetts’ November election:

Early Voting – Monday, October 22 through Friday, November 2
From October 22 through November 2, residents will be able to vote in the Richard Reed Meeting Room (formerly the Multipurpose Room) at Bedford Town Hall, 10 Mudge Way.  Early voting will be available Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4 pm, with extended hours until 7 pm on Tuesdays.

Absentee Ballots
If you will be traveling, or are a student, disabled or in the military, you may request an absentee ballot.  The form to apply to vote absentee is available online at

On Monday, October 22, however, Town Clerk Doreen Tremblay noted that absentee ballots requested or mailed via the US Postal Service could be subject to unanticipated mail delays. The most certain option is to stop at Town Hall and cast your ballot before November 2 if possible.

Voting at the Polls on Election Day
Voting in Massachusetts State Election will take place at Bedford’s polling place, the John Glenn Middle School, 99 McMahon Road, Bedford, beginning at 7 am on Tuesday, November 6.

For Additional Information
Residents may call the Town Clerk’s office at 781-275-0083 for further information about early voting, absentee ballots or voting at the polls on November 6.



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