Organisation : Cambridge Election Commission
Facility : Voter Registration Search
City : Cambridge
State : Massachusetts
Country : United States
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Voter Registration Search :
** Search the City of Cambridge database of registered voters to verify your address, voting status (active/inactive), party affiliation and polling location.
** If you find that any of your information is out-of-date or incorrect, you may update your information using a voter registration form.
** If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-349-4361. Make sure to include your full name, date of birth, and address when inquiring about voting status.
Note: You must type your first and last name exactly as you registered. Do not include middle names or suffixes (jr., sr., etc).
Conduct of Elections FAQ Page :
What hours are the polls open? :
For all federal, state, and municipal elections: 7am – 8pm.
Can I vote in Cambridge if I moved out of the city, but did not register anywhere else? :
In order to vote in a municipal election, you must be living in Cambridge on election day. You can vote in state and federal elections within six months after moving out of Cambridge, provided you have not registered at a new address. Homeless persons may use their prior address in Cambridge, if that was their last place of residency and if they were registered to vote.
What is the voting list? :
A voting list contains the name, address and party of all registered voters in the City. It is publicly posted outside each polling place 30 days before an election. It is also located at the polls on election day.
What if my name is not on the voting list? :
If your name is not on the publicly posted voting list, contact the Election Office. If you report to the polls to vote and your name does not appear on the voting list, an election official will contact the Election Office for assistance.
Where can I get information on ballot questions? :
The Office of the Secretary of State office mails one copy of ballot question summaries to each voting household in the Commonwealth. It contains material on questions that the public will be voting on along with pro and con arguments for each question. Political organizations, especially those formed to promote or oppose a particular question, are also good sources. Consult newspapers, radio, television, and other media outlets for coverage of campaigns around ballot questions. The City of Cambridge also sends out information about questions appearing on municipal election ballots.
How can I get a ride to the polls? :
Many candidates provide rides to their supporters on election day. Contact the candidate of your choice to make arrangements