Saturday, September 04, 2021

Are You Ready For September 14th Preliminary Election?

09/04/21:updated with Dorchester Reporter City Councilor-At- Large candidates' priorities article and election day hours and location.

Plan on voting in the upcoming Boston mayoral & City Council preliminary election on September 14, 2021? 

In addition to choosing a Mayor from the seven who are running, there are seventeen candidates vying for four City Councilor-At-Large seats. Check out the Dorchester Reporter for a complete run down of the At-Large candidates and their priorities.  The top two Mayoral candidates and the top eight At-Large candidates will advance to the General Election on November 2, 2021.

The Mayoral Candidates

Annissa Essaibi George 

Richard Spagnuolo 

Andrea Campbell 

Kim Janey 

Michelle Wu 

Robert Cappucci

John Barros 

View September 14th ballot order and let's get out the vote! 

Did you recently move or has it been awhile since you last voted? Check your voting statusThe deadline to register or update your information for September 14th election was Wednesday, August 25th. The November 2nd election registration deadline is 8pm on October 13, 2021. 

Early Voting 

Starts on Saturday, September 4, and runs through Friday, September 10. Please note: Any voter registered in Boston can vote at any early voting location.

Boston City Hall is the main early voting polling location. City Hall will be open for voting Tuesday through Friday (Labor Day is Monday, September 6). City Hall will be open for early voting on Tuesday and Thursday from 9 am - 8 pm, and on Wednesday and Friday from 9 am - 5pm.

Nearby Early Voting Locations

  • Saturday, Sept 4: Condon School from 11am - 7pm at 200 D St (D St & West Broadway behind the Laboure Center)
  • Sunday, Sept 5: Condon School from 11am - 7pm at 200 D St (D St & West Broadway behind the Laboure Center)
  • Thursday, Sept 9: District Hall from 12 pm - 8pm at 75 Northern Ave. 

Vote By Mail

To vote by mail, your application must reach the Boston Election Department by 5pm, Wednesday, September 8, 2021. If you did not receive your application by mail, you may download the application here

If you plan to return your ballot in person instead of mailing it, there will be dedicated drop boxes (locations tbd) across the City, including Boston City Hall. You have until 8 p.m. on Election Day to drop off your ballot. You can also drop off your ballot at any early voting location during the City's early voting period.

Election Day

On Tuesday, September 14th the polls will open at 7am through 8pm. Fort  Point & Seaport residents vote at the Condon School located at 200 D Street (D St & West Broadway behind the Laboure Center).

originally published 08.23.21

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