Shutesbury Special Election
June 28 2022
The purpose of this page is to provide Shutesburians with a central location for important information and updates about the June 28 2022 Special Election. This page will be updated with more information as it becomes available.
Town of Shutesbury
June 28 Special Election
829 Ballots Cast Total
Voter Turnout: 54%
Total Population of Shutesbury: 1,788
Total Registered Voters in Shutesbury: 1,524
Percentage of total population that is registered to vote: 85%
Downstairs at Town Hall, 1 Cooleyville rd
Tuesday June 28 2022. Polls open at 7am and close at 8pm.
Frequently Asked Question: What does the language of the ballot question mean?
The Bottom Line: A Yes vote means yes, a No vote means no.
Answer: The question on the ballot is asking the voter if they agree or do not agree with exempting the debt authorized by Town Meeting from the requirements of Prop 2 1/2, which is a state law that also sets the language of the question. Town Meeting authorized the funding for the library project during Annual Town Meeting on May 21 2022, with the condition that no money could be borrowed unless the town votes to exempt that borrowing from the Prop 2 1/2 requirements. That's the question that voters are answering with this ballot, whether or not to meet that condition.
The deadline to register to vote in the June 28 Election was Wednesday, June 8th by 5pm.
If you cannot make it to the polls on June 28th, you can still vote absentee!
Fill out an Absentee Voting application and submit it to the Town Clerk office in order to receive a ballot in the mail.
You can email your application to the Town Clerk at email@example.com, but the signature must be hand drawn.
You can also vote absentee in the Town Clerk Office.
Paper copies of the Absentee Ballot application are available at Town Hall, the Library, and the Post Office near the community bulletin board.
Contact the Town Clerk!
Wednesday: 10-1, 3-5