If you'll be out of the city for the Tuesday, Sept. 9 primary election, absentee ballots are now available.
You can print out the absentee ballot application from the PDF at this link or call 617-635-3767 for an application to be mailed to you. You can even head down to the Election Department at City Hall during normal business hours and go ahead and vote, according to the city's website.
The voter registration deadline is Wednesday.
Contested primaries for Sept. 9 include the following races that are either statewide or cover at least part of Jamaica Plain:
- Lieutenant Governor
- Attorney General
- Governor's Council (just for Bourne neighborhood residents — Second District)
- State Senator — Second Suffolk
- Register of Probate (Suffolk County)
- Sheriff (Suffolk County)
Here is more general information on the Sept. 9 primary from the state's Election Division. If you're new the neighborhood and don't know where you vote, here's a handy online tool.[selfie]