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Two polling places for the May 19th Special Election Have Moved

Posted on April 29, 2020


Two polling places have been moved for the upcoming May 19 special election:


* Precinct 3A voters will cast their ballots at Metcalf School instead of the Elmwood Fire Station.

* The polling station for Precinct 1B has been moved from Prospect Heights to City Hall.


City Clerk, Brenna Murphy McGee would also like to remind voters that:

All voters are eligible to vote from home during the pandemic. Mail-in absentee ballots are available for everyone. Get yours today!

1. Print the absentee ballot application on the Secretary of Commonwealth web site…/2020-Special-State-Elections-…

2. Mail completed and signed application to Holyoke City Clerk’s Office (536 Dwight St. Room 2, Holyoke, MA)

OR you can email your completed and signed application to

3. We will mail you a ballot.

4. Mail ballot back to the City Clerk’s office before May 19.

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