If you still need to register to vote there are links below to locations where you can get registered. Are you registered but you do not know where to vote? There are links below to help you find your voting location in Winchester.

REGISTERING TO VOTE - What to know...

  1. Register Online (click here)
  2. Register In-person: You may register to vote in person at the Town Clerk's Office in Winchester Town Hall. Alternatively, pick up a mail-in voter registration form from the Town Hall lobby, the Winchester Public Library or any United States Post Office.
To register to vote, you must be 18 years old by the time of the next election, a resident of the state in which you are registering and a United States citizen.


The Registrar of Voters is responsible for registering all voters and for verifying all signatures on nomination papers or petitions.

This page provides the Town Clerk contact information and other links.

Mail-In voter registration form, absentee ballot information, precinct maps, disabled voter information, voter registration information, "Where do I vote?" voting locations.


Effective:  June 2015
The law allows anyone with a driver's license or RMV issued ID to register to vote online  https://www.sec.state.ma.us/ovr/

Pre-Registration of 16 and 17 year- olds
Effective:  August 2016

The law allows 16 and 17 year- olds to register at the RMV, online, or using paper voter registration forms, and they will receive notification and automatically go on the voter rolls when they turn 18.


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Winchester, Massachusetts 01890

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