Election Office

Responsibilities

It is the responsibility of the Election Office to comply with all local, state and federal election laws and regulations. Our duties include:
  • Appointment and training of Election Day officials at the polls
  • Ballots
  • Certification of election results
  • Certifying candidate nomination papers, and initiative petitions
  • Conducting all local, county, state and federal elections in Attleboro
  • Conducting the annual city census
  • Maintaining and making available voter lists
  • Maintenance of voting machines, equipment and supplies
  • Printing the annual List of Persons Book
  • Providing candidates with campaign and campaign finance information
  • Providing various extracts from voter and census information
  • Registering voters
  • Researching past voter and census information as requested
  • Securing polling locations
  • Updating information in the state Voter Registration and Information System

Special Election for Mayor

Tuesday - February 28, 2023

Polls are open at 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Nomination Papers are available beginning at 10:00 AM on Friday – December 16, 2022

Municipal Preliminary (if necessary)

September 19, 2023

Municipal Election

November 7, 2023

2023 Vote-by-Mail Application

2023 Vote by Mail ROSTER

Sample Ballot_2.28.23 Mayoral

OmniBallot Flyer

New At-Home Voting Technology for Voters with Disabilities

Available for the first time in the upcoming election, Attleboro is offering an accessible option for voters with disabilities to access, mark, and print their ballot from home, using their home computer. In the past, voters who could not see, hold, or mark a paper mail ballot, or vote at the polls due to a disability were not able to vote privately and independently from home. To view a demonstration of the accessible absentee balloting technology voters can watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdi-Ge54TkM&t=3s

Voters with a disability may request an accessible ballot before 5 p.m. on Tuesday, November 1, 2022. Please note: To get access to the electronic ballot, you will need to provide your email address. Please send an email requesting an accessible ballot to elections1@cityofattleboro.us

Polling Locations Flyer

Ballot Drop Box

A ballot drop box is now available for voters to drop off their vote by mail ballots.  It is located by the entrance to City Hall on Pine Street.

Services Performed By The Election Office

Service Fee
Attleboro list of person book
$35.00
Printed city voter list
$.05 Per Page
Voter list on USB
$4.00
Miscellaneous copies
$0.05 Per Page
Certification of Attleboro residence
Free