2020 Election Guide
Important dates for Massachusetts voters:
Register in person, by mail or online by Saturday, October 24th
Request a vote by mail ballot by Saturday, October 24th
Election Day: Tuesday, November 3rd
How to Register, How to Vote
Find all kinds of details about the voting process on these non-partisan sites.
Specifics are provided here about how to vote if you are a Williamstown resident.
Find out everything you need to know about the voting process in Massachusetts.
The USPS explains their commitment to election mail, and provides all you need to know about mailing registration forms and ballots.
Discover who’s on your ballot, campaign trail updates, and the latest election news.
Comprehensive, nonpartisan information about national candidates and political parties.
Who and what is on your ballot, in addition to other voting information.
Latest national and state election news in addition to voting information for Massachusetts residents.
Recent news stories about the U.S. election available on this major international news provider’s website.
National Candidate Guides
Visit the official websites of the four presidential candidates to learn more about their stance on many specific issues:
Democratic Party: Joe Biden
Green Party: Howie Hawkins
Libertarian Party: Jo Jorgensen
Republican Party: Donald J. Trump
State and Local Elections
Additional information Williamstown residents should have before heading to the polls.
Be prepared to vote ‘yes’ or ‘no’ on two state-wide ballot questions by reading about them in advance.
In addition to state and national candidates, Williamstown residents will also find five new Mount Greylock School Committee candidates on their ballots.
Click on the candidates’ names to ‘meet’ them on Willinet, Williamstown Community TV.
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