Anyone can petition to have an issue put on the warrant for the Annual Town Meeting or for a Special Town Meeting. At this time, a petition can be brought to the Selectboard for review as long as the warrant is still open. Speak with the Town Clerk or Town Coordinator about possible deadlines. The … Continued
FAQ Topic: Elections and Town Meetings
Local ballot questions are of two types either binding or non-binding. To get non-binding public policy questions on the ballot requires a two step process. Please see the Town Clerk for more information.
You can vote by absentee / vote by mail ballot if you will be absent from your city or town on election day, and/or have a physical disability that prevents your voting at the polling place, and/or cannot vote at the polls due to religious beliefs. Apply in writing to the Town Clerk including your … Continued
There are three ways to register: Call the Town Clerk to have a Mail-In Voter Registration form sent to your home address, Stop in at the Town Clerk’s office to register in person, or Register at the Registry of Motor Vehicles when you renew your driver’s license. Learn more about voter registration.
The Town Clerk can provide election information, including where and when to vote, ballot questions, and how to register to vote.
Wendell Elections are held in the town offices, 9 Morse Village Rd, Wendell MA. The building is fully handicapped accessible. See you there! Town Meeting is held in the Town Hall on the common in the center of town: 6 Center Rd, Wendell MA