Elections & Voting
Annual Town Election - April 1, 2023
Are you interesting in getting involved with Town Government?
You can pick up nomination papers in the Clerks office until the deadline on February 8th.
There are a number of elected positions with open seats.
Here are the seats that are available this election cycle.:
Office/Term/# to be Elected
Moderator (1 yr) (1 seat)
Select Board (3 yr) (1 seat)
Assessor (3 yr) (1 seat)
School Committee (3 yr) (2 seats)
Library Trustees (3 yr) (2 seats)
Library Trustees (2 yr) (1 seat)
Library Trustees (1 yr) (1 seat)
Planning Board (5 yr) (1 seat)
Planning Board (1 yr) (1 seat)
Board of Health (3 yr) (1 seat)
Housing Authority (5 yr) (1 seat)
Recreation Commission (3 yr) (1 seat)
Shawsheen Tech. H.S. (3 yr) (1 seat)
Precinct 1 TMM (3 yr) (6 seats)
Precinct 2 TMM (3 yr) (6 seats)
Precinct 3 TMM (3 yr) (6 seats)
Precinct 3 TMM (1 yr) (1 seat)
Precinct 4 TMM (3 yr) (6 seats)
Precinct 4 TMM (1 yr) (1 seat)
Precinct 5 TMM (3 yr) (6 seats)
Precinct 6 TMM (3 yr) (6 seats)
Precinct 7 TMM (3 yr) (6 seats)
Precinct 7 TMM (2 yr) (2 seat)
Precinct 7 TMM (1 yr) (1 seat)
If you are interested by not sure where to start you can call the Clerk's office or for more information about Town Meeting seats (TMM) check out this link on our website.
Vote by Mail/Early Voting
Voters will be able to do Vote by Mail and Early Voting for the Annual Town Election on April 1st. Applications will be mailed out in the census forms and are /DocumentCenter/View/8092/VBM-App-2022 /DocumentCenter/View/8092/VBM-App-2022 /DocumentCenter/View/9415 /DocumentCenter/View/9415 available at this link.
Voters who are unable to vote on Election Day because of physical disability, religious beliefs or absence from the town may vote by absentee ballot.
A voter who is permanently disabled need not submit a request for an absentee ballot every election.
Find contact information for our governor, U.S. senators, and other political leaders.
This is a directory of all the offices, office holders and their addresses for the State.
Know where and when to vote.
Any person who is a Burlington resident and a registered voter may obtain nomination papers for the April Annual Town Election ballot from the Town Clerk's Office.
The Town has implemented a Student Vote Program in an effort to familiarize the children with the process and encourage their participation as adults.
Voter registration in Burlington has never been easier than it is today.