The election is Tuesday, November 4th, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Please follow these steps to vote on Tuesday.
1. CONFIRM WHERE YOU ARE REGISTERED TO VOTE
If you live on campus and are unsure whether you are registered to vote in Dartmouth, call the Housing Office at 508.999.8140 (x8140 from campus phone) or the Dartmouth Town Clerk at 508.910.1800 during regular business hours.
If you do not live on campus, or if you're registered to vote at home, please call your local Town Clerk for more information.
2. KNOW WHERE TO VOTE IN DARTMOUTH
If you have registered to vote in Dartmouth, here are the polling locations:
· Precinct 3 : Dartmouth Bible Church, 52 Morton Avenue (for residents of Birch, Chestnut, Elmwood, Evergreen, Hickory, Maple Ridge, Oak Glen, Pine Dale, Roberts, Willow)
· Precinct 4 : The Cedars, 628 Old Westport Road (for residents of Aspen, Cedar Dell South, Cedar Dell West, Ivy)
3. RESIDENTIAL VERIFICATION NEEDED
All UMass Dartmouth on-campus residents may be required to show verification of residency when they go to the polls. UMass Dartmouth students should also bring their CAMPUS ID with a residency verification letter.
The Housing Office, working with the Dartmouth Town Clerk's Office, has identified on-campus student voters and is distributing residential verification letters to them. The letters can also be obtained directly by the student at the Housing Office in Oak Glen Hall on Monday or Tuesday between 8am-5pm (student CAMPUS ID needed to obtain the letter and to vote on Tuesday).
If you have questions, call or visit the Housing Office, located in Oak Glen Hall, during regular business hours.
A shuttle to both polling places will be running all day with stops at the Woodland Commons and Campus Center.
Arnie, our favorite Corsair, is planning to join UMass Dartmouth students on the campus shuttle around noon.
5. ELECTION & BALLOT INFORMATION
UMass Dartmouth is distinguished by its commitment to civic engagement, and there is no more powerful act of engagement than voting. On Tuesday, November 4th, we have the opportunity to engage. Please be sure to exercise your right and obligation to vote.