The Primary is on Tuesday, September 8
- There are 3 ways to vote:
Vote in person on election day
Find your polling place by clicking here
Don't forget to wear a mask and bring your ID
Vote Early at your Town Hall
If you are unable to vote at the polls on election day, you can vote in person at your town hall for the 20 days leading up to the election.
Ask for an emergency ballot at your local board of canvassers.
Vote By Mail
Note: we will NOT automatically receive a mail ballot application for this election.
Voting by mail is a 3 step process
Step 1 - Apply for your Ballot
deadline to apply is August 18
Click this link to download your mail ballot application or pick one up at your local board of canvassers. You can also email Michelle McGaw4ri@gmail.com to ask for a printed copy and we will get one to you.
Step 2- Receive and complete your ballot.
- Completely fill in the oval of your selected candidate(s) using black pen.
- If you make a mistake please contact the Elections Division for a replacement ballot. (401-222-2340)
- Insert your completed mail ballot into the Voter's mail ballot certificate (smaller envelope).
- Print your name and phone number (in case there are questions about your ballot) on the outside of the mail ballot certificate. (small envelope).
- Sign the smaller envelope.
- Place the mail ballot certificate (smaller envelope) into the addressed return envelope. (larger envelope)
Step 3- Return your mail ballot.
Pop it in the mail to the RI Board of Elections!
Your mail ballot must be received by 8 PM on election day.
If you need assistance or if it is too close to election day and you're worried it won't get there in time, please email McGaw4RI@gmail.com and let us know, we will help you get your vote submitted in time.
More information about voting by mail is available at https://vote.sos.ri.gov/Voter/VotebyMail
Thank you for using your voice to vote. Voting is powerful!