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Find your polling place, register to vote, or request absentee ballots

One of the fundamental principles of the Carpenters Bill of Rights and Responsibilities is to be an active citizen and an informed voter. By voting, you help build a stronger union and a better future for our families.

Please take time to be part of your local union and our council’s political work. By voting and participating in the political process you can help build a stronger union and a better future for our families and our communities.

On this page you can: find out about how to register to vote; find early voting poll locations; information about voting by absentee ballot; checking your registration status; or finding your poll location. Scroll down to find your state and the relevant information.

Once you’ve confirmed your registration and polling location, learn about the issues that our union has made priorities and which candidates in your local area the union has endorsed based on their positions on those issues.

Connecticut

Early Voting: Connecticut does not have in-person early voting.
Absentee Voting: learn more about the rules for absentee voting and request.
Register to Vote: register online or by downloading and mailing in a ballot.
Check your registration status
Find your polling location.

Maine

Early Voting: in-person early voting varies by town and city. Find your local town/city clerk’s office to see if your local community has early voting.
Absentee Voting: learn more about the rules for absentee voting and request a ballot.
Register to Vote: find out how to register to vote.
Check your registration status.
Find your polling location.

Massachusetts

Boston: voting information for the September 14th primary.
Early Voting: early voting information on MA Secretary of State’s page.
Absentee Voting: learn more about the rules for absentee voting and request a ballot.
Register to Vote: register online or by downloading and mailing in a ballot.
Check your registration status
Find your polling location.

New Hampshire

Early voting: New Hampshire does not have in-person early voting.
Absentee voting: learn more about the rules for absentee voting and request a ballot.
Register to vote:  register to vote by downloading a form to mail in. You can also register on election day at your polling place.
Check your registration status.
Find your polling location.

New York

Early voting: early voting information online.
Register to vote online. You will need a NYS license or ID card and your social security number.
Early In-Person Voting: Determined by your county board of elections. Find your early polling location.
Check your registration status
Find your polling location.
Find
union endorsed candidates.

Rhode Island

Early Voting: Rhode Island does not allow in-person early voting.
Absentee voting: all voters in Rhode Island are eligible to vote absentee, simply request a ballot.
Register to vote: register online.
Check your registration status.
Find your polling location

Vermont

Early Voting: early in-person voting information online.
Absentee Voting: learn more about the rules for absentee voting and request a ballot.
Register to Vote: register online or by downloading and mailing in a ballot.
Check your registration status
Find your polling location.