Vote by Mail
All registered voters are able to vote by mail at Biennial State Elections and State Primaries.
If you would like to vote by mail in multiple elections, you may submit a single application for all elections occurring within the calendar year the application is accepted.
Applications for mailed ballots must be received by the Office of the Town Clerk by Close of Business on the 5th business day before an election. A voter who is admitted to a health care facility after noon of the 5th day before an election may apply for an absentee ballot up until the close of the polls on election day and may request to have the ballot delivered. Absentee ballots generally are available 3 to 4 weeks before an election.
Vote by Mail Ballot Application - Deadline November 1, 2022
Completed Vote by Mail Applications can be submitted to the Town Clerk's office:
- By Mail to Brookline Town Clerk, 333 Washington Street, Brookline, MA 02445
- In-Person at the Town Clerk's office in Town Hall, 333 Washington Street, Brookline, MA Room 104
- By dropping it in the gray ballot drop box located in front of Town Hall
- By Emailing signed applications to [email protected]
In primary elections, a voter who is not registered in a political party must specify the ballot of the party of choice in the application. In all primaries, both state and presidential, you will not become registered in a party because of your participation.