Town Clerk's drop off box for mail-in ballots and vote by mail applications is located at the front entrance of the Town Hall.
November 03, 2020 General Election information
Vote By-Mail Online Application Portalwww.mailmyballot.ma.com
Please use the Track My Ballot tool to track the status of your vote by mail/absentee ballot.
Vote by Mail Application - If you are unable to print out the application we are accepting signed handwritten requests by mail,fax, or email. The deadline to request a vote by mail application is Wednesday, October 28th, 2020 at 5 P.M
Email Vote by Mail Applications to: Townclerk@Brooklinema.gov
Voter Registration -
- The deadline to register to vote for the November 3rd election will be Saturday, October 24th
ATTENTION VOTERS OF PRECINCTS 3,7,10 and 15
About the Office
The Office of the Town Clerk is managed by the Town Clerk. The Town Clerk is elected to a 3-year term by the voters of the Town of Brookline and holds the rank of Department Head. The Town Clerk’s responsibilities, which are mandated by federal and state statutes and town by-laws, include:
- Administration of fair and accurate elections
- Maintenance of public records
- Preservation of the actions and directives of the town’s legislative branch, the town meeting
- Registration of voters
- Notary Public
- Justice of the Peace
The Town Clerk is the Records Access Officer (RAO) for all public records requests concerning the Town of Brookline. All public records requests may be made to the Town Clerk in writing at the Office of the Town Clerk, Town Hall, Room 104, 333 Washington Street, Brookline, MA 02445, or email Patrick Ward.
Requesting Notary or Justice of the Peace Services(Not available)
It is strongly suggested that all requests for notarizations, civil marriage ceremonies, and oaths of office be arranged in advance by calling the Town Clerk at 617-730-2010.