Haverhill Begins Early Voting Sunday, Sept. 5, for Mayoral Preliminary Election

Pentucket Lake School voting precinct.(WHAV News File photograph.)

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Early voting for Haverhill’s preliminary mayoral election is set to begin Sunday, Sept. 5, at designated sites and times across the city.

Appearing on the ballot, in order of a drawing, are incumbent Mayor James J. Fiorentini and challengers City Council Vice President Colin F. LePage and Patrolman Guy E. Cooper. In-person voting takes place Tuesday, Sept. 14.

Haverhill City Clerk Linda Koutoulas said the first day of early voting is Sunday, Sept. 5, from 2:30-8 p.m., at Somebody Cares New England, 358 Washington St.  The following week, from Tuesday, Sept. 7, to Friday, Sept. 10, early voting takes place from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., in the basement of City Hall, 4 Summer St. City Hall remains open for early voting until 8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 9.

Voters will choose the top two vote-getters to continue to the general election Tuesday, Nov. 4.

Besides early voting, registered voters may apply for a vote-by-mail ballot until Wednesday, Sept. 8, to vote in the preliminary mayoral election. The application is available at the City Clerk’s Office or it may be downloaded here. Vote-by-mail applications must be returned to the City’s Clerk’s Office or dropped into the election drop box in the back of City Hall by the Sept. 8 deadline.

After ballots are issued, they may be returned to the City Clerk’s Office or dropped into the City Hall election drop box anytime until the polls close at 8 p.m. on preliminary election day Sept. 14.

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