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Cambridge Installing Six Official Ballot Drop Boxes

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Ballot Drop Box

To provide Cambridge voters with additional options for returning their voted and sealed ballots, the City of Cambridge Election Commission has secured six (6) exterior official ballot drop box locations for the upcoming election to ensure the 2020 State/Presidential Election.

Crews from the City’s Department of Public Works are completing the installation this week. The ballot drop boxes are accessible, secure, and safe for voters and election workers.  The drop boxes will be available for use by Cambridge voters beginning on Friday, October 9, 2020 through Tuesday, November 3, 2020 at 8:00 p.m.

Official ballot drop boxes will be available at the following locations for Cambridge voters:

  • City Hall - Near the back door of the building located at 795 Massachusetts Avenue
  • Morse School - Near the front entrance of the building located at 40 Granite Street
  • Cambridge Police Headquarters - Left-side of the front of the building located at 125 6th Street*
    • *Please be advised due to sidewalk construction the drop box located at the Police Headquarters has been moved from the right-side of the front entrance to the left-side of the front entrance.  
  • Maria L. Baldwin School - Right-side of the Oxford Street entrance of the building located at 28 Sacramento Street
  • O’Neill Library - Adjacent to the entrance stairs of the building located at 70 Rindge Avenue
  • Coffon Building - Right-side of the front of the building located at 51 Inman Street (available beginning Wednesday, October 7)
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