May 16, 2022

Annual Town Election/Nomination Papers/ Voter Registration Session

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Rehoboth - The Annual Town Election

The Annual Town Election for the Town of Rehoboth will be held on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 with the polls open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. – All four (4) precincts will be voting at one Polling Location: Francis Farm Community Center (27 Francis Farm Road) – Museum Building.

Nomination papers are now available for any registered voter in Rehoboth wishing to run for election on the Town ballot and who chooses not to seek a nomination through their registered party’s caucus process. Nomination papers may be picked up by prospective candidates, at the Town Clerk’s office (340 Anawan Street/Route 118) and must be returned, signed by a minimum of 50 registered voters. All signed and completed nomination papers are due back to the Board of Registrars at the Town Clerk’s Office by 5 p.m. on, or before, Tuesday, February 15th.

Positions to be elected on the ballot for 2022 are Moderator (one for 1 year), Board of Selectmen (one position for 3 years), Assessor (one for 3 years), School Committee (one for 3 years), Housing Authority (one for two years), Planning Board (two for 5 years and one for one year), Park Commission (one for 5 years), Constable (three for 3 years) and Water Commissioner (two for 3 years).

The final voter registration date to be eligible to vote in the Annual Town Election is scheduled for Wednesday, March 16th from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Town Clerk’s Office – 340 Anawan Street.

Prospective voters are reminded that they may also register to vote online at www.RegisterToVoteMA.com,  by calling the Town Clerk’s Office to request a Mail-In voter registration form, or download a form @ http://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/elepdf/Voter-reg-mail-in.pdf  

Any questions regarding voter eligibility or requests for mail-in voter registration forms may be directed to the Town Clerk’s Office 508-252-6502.

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