The next State Election is November 4th, which is a little less than a month away! It’s especially important this year for a few reasons. First, it is an early release day which is always a welcome treat during the school year. More importantly, however, is the fact that it is the election for governor of Massachusetts. The Governor has wide ranging responsibility for many aspects of day to day government in the State. Your vote can really make an impact in your own personal life. All adults (and for that matter high school students age 18 and over) have the opportunity to vote and they are highly encouraged to do so.
That being said, you have to register in order to vote. The deadline for registration for the election this November would be next Wednesday October 15th. In order to register to vote you just have to show up to Town Hall to complete a simple form. On the 15th Town Hall will be open from 8 am to 8 pm in order to facilitate the registration process. You can get the form either at Town Hall or even in the main office right here at HHS.
Any questions regarding voting procedures can be directed to Town Clerk Cathy Harder-Bernier at (781) 826-5000 x1079 or by e-mail at Catherine.email@example.com.
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Thanks to the good folks at HHS Indian for adding this information to your website! Students who will be 18 years old on or before November 4th can come and register to vote anytime between now and October 15th. See you at town hall! Bring your driver’s license when you come.