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Voting procedures for the June 2 Presidential Primary due to the COVID-19 pandemic:

Important Message
  • Voting by Mail: Before filling out your ballot, please read the instructions carefully. Mail ballots must be sealed in their respective Voter's Mail Ballot Certificate envelopes and received by 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 2.  Track the status of your mail ballot here
    Ways to return your mail ballot:
    • Mail your ballot no later than Friday, May 29.
    • Hand deliver:
    • The RI Board of Elections located at 2000 plainfield Pike, Cranston, RI 02920 has a secure drop box to accept hand delivered mail ballots.
    • On Primary Day, each City/Town hall will have a secure drop box to accept hand delivered mail ballots until 8 p.m.
  • Voting by Emergency Mail Ballot: Voters who missed the mail ballot application deadline may still vote early with an Emergency Mail Ballot. Contact your local board of canvassers to learn how.
  • Voting on Primary Day: Fewer polling places will be open on Primary Day. Voters wishing to vote in person should confirm their polling place location and be prepared to follow social distancing best practices.
Voting procedures for the June 2 Presidential Primary due to the COVID-19 pandemic:

Important Message
  • Voting by Mail: Voters who completed an application by May 19 at 4 p.m. will receive a ballot in the mail. Before filling out your ballot, please read the instructions carefully. The delegate selection process is determined by the Democratic and Republican parties. Be sure to return your completed ballot immediately in order to be counted on Primary Day.  Track the status of your mail ballot here
  • Voting by Emergency Mail Ballot: Voters who missed the mail ballot application deadline may still vote early with an Emergency Mail Ballot. Contact your local board of canvassers to learn how.
  • Voting on Primary Day: Fewer polling places will be open on Primary Day. Voters wishing to vote in person should confirm their polling place location and be prepared to follow social distancing best practices.


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