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Now is the Time to Register

Now is the time to register to vote or make changes to your voter registration before the upcoming March 5 presidential primary and March 25 Annual Town Election.

You can register to vote online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Visit, click on “Register to Vote”, and follow the instructions. If you register to vote online, you will need to bring a photo ID with you, or include a photocopy of your ID with your mail ballot, when you vote for the first time. If you prefer, you can register to vote in person at the Town Clerk’s office and show your ID when you register.

For the presidential primary, voters enrolled in a party must vote using that party’s ballot. Registered voters who are unenrolled in a party can select any party’s ballot without affecting their unenrolled registration status.

If you are already registered but need to make changes to your registration because your name, address, or party affiliation have changed, you can update your registration online at Click on “Update My Voter Registration” and follow the instructions. You can also make changes in person at the Town Clerk’s office.

To check if your voter registration details are current and accurate, visit and click “Check My Voter Information” or contact the Town Clerk.

Registering to vote not only makes you eligible to vote, it also makes you eligible to run for office. Sudbury registered voters can file their intention to run for local office until Wednesday, Jan. 31. You can learn more about running for office on our website,, and on the Town Clerk’s website.

The deadline to register to vote for the March 5 presidential primary is Feb. 24. The deadline to register for the March 25 Annual Town Election is March 15.

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