Whether you’re new to town or a long-time resident, it’s important to double-check your voting location and make a plan for how you’ll vote for the March 7th election. All information below is available on the town of Wellesley’s Voting & Elections page. We’ve answered some of the most commonly asked questions below to help you get started.
The last day to register to vote is 10 days prior to an election (Visit the town’s Voter Registration page to learn more about registering.
Do you know where to vote?
Did you know that some areas of Wellesley changed precincts in 2020? Even long-time residents show up at the wrong voting location sometimes! Before you head out to vote on March 7th, confirm your precinct and voting location. More information is available on Local Election Information | Wellesley, MA.
Precincts A & C: Bates Elementary School, 116 Elmwood Road
Precinct B: Sprague Elementary School, 401 School Street
Precincts D & E: Warren Building, 90 Washington Street
Precincts F & G: Shipley Center, Dana Hall School, 142 Grove Street
Precinct H: Tolles Parsons Center, Council on Aging, 500 Washington Street
Traveling on March 7th or want to skip the line? Vote by mail!
Early Vote by Mail Ballots are available for the election! All registered voters may vote by mail by requesting an Early Vote by Mail Ballot. To request a Vote by Mail Ballot, visit the Town Clerk's website and print out an application.
Applications can be submitted by mail, email, or fax, but they must include a signature that can be compared to your hand-written signature. Electronic signatures, scanned applications, and photos of applications are acceptable.
525 Washington Street
Wellesley, MA 02482
Phone: (781) 431-1019
Fax: (781) 237-5037
Drop Box: 525 Washington Street
Accessible Electronic Voting Now Available!
The Accessible Electronic Voting System is available to voters who are unable to independently read, write or physically manipulate or mark paper ballots because of a disability.
Accessible Vote by Mail Ballots may be requested:
Voter Rights Resources
All residents have the right to vote, free from intimidation and harassment.