Auburn’s Annual Town Election will be held as scheduled on May 19, with the polls at Auburn High School opening from 8am to 8pm. In addition, the Town Clerk’s office has announced that vote by mail will be an option for the 2020 Town Election.
Town Clerk Debra Gremo said in a statement Monday. “This year only for the town election due to the COVID-19 you may avoid the polls and vote early by mail. To vote early by mail you will need to fill out an Early Voting application to be able to receive a ballot by mail. Applications can be mailed, or hand-delivered, by putting in the drop box in the rear of the Town Hall building and may also be submitted electronically by fax or email, as long as your signature is visible.”
The Clerk also noted in her statement, “The current pandemic has required us to make modifications to ensure a safe and successful voting process for all voters and election staff. On Friday, May 1st Governor Baker issued an Executive Order requiring masks in public if social distancing cannot be maintained. We will be following social distancing guidelines both inside and outside of the polling place. Additionally, ongoing sanitizing of all voting booths, equipment and voting machines will occur throughout the day. All Voters are encouraged to wear a facial covering.”
Additional information on the 2020 Town Election can be found on the Town Clerk Website at https://www.auburnguide.com/256/Voting-Elections
Candidate profiles will appear in the Auburn Mass Daily over the next coming days.