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Maps and Polling Locations

Find your Election Information

Visit www.WhereDoIVoteMA.com and type in your address to find your ward and precinct, your polling location, and your legislative districts. You can also find a sample ballot a few weeks before regular State Primaries and Elections. You can use this search for any residential address. To check your own voter registration status, please use the Voter Registration Search.

Please note: you must type your address in the format that the state database uses. Some Cambridge streets use abbreviations. If you cannot find an address, please email elections@cambridgema.gov or call 617-349-4361 for assistance, or use the voter registration search to search by name and date of birth. For Harvard dorms, please use 0 as the street number and the dorm name as the street name (e.g. 0 Adams House).

Polling Location Information

Ward, Precinct and District Maps

Ward and Precinct maps have changed beginning in 2022. For more information, see the reprecincting page.

Every 10 years, districts for members of Congress, the State House of Representatives, the State Senate, and the Governor’s Council are re-drawn by the Legislature. This process happens after each federal census in order to make sure each district is made up of approximately the same number of people.

If your districts have changed, you will likely see new candidates on your ballots in 2022. Even though you will be voting in new districts this fall, you will still be represented by your current elected officials until new officials are sworn-in in January 2023.

Updated District Maps:

If you have any questions, call the office at 617-349-4361 or email elections@cambridgema.gov

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