voter registration

Woburn Common, Image courtesy Michael Femia

Special hours will be held at Woburn City Hall on Saturday, August 11, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon ahead of the State Primary. All eligible residents will be able to register to vote, or change their name, address or party. In addition, Woburn voters who will be out of town on election day or who have a physical disability or religious belief that prevents them from voting at the polls on election day will have an opportunity to vote by absentee ballot. The deadline to register to vote in the September 4, 2018 State Primary is August 15, 2018.


“The event is two fold,” said City Clerk William Campbell. “With the election falling on the Tuesday after Labor Day, we want to raise the public’s awareness of the coming election. Also, absentee voting will give students returning to college and voters who will be finishing up their vacations the opportunity to make sure their vote is cast in the election.”


For more information on registering to vote and to check your voting status, go to or call the City Clerk’s office at (781) 897-5850.

Woburn City Hall

Woburn City Clerk Bill Campbell is planning a big Voter Weekend set of activities in advance of the August 15 deadline to register for the September 4 primary election. This will include a voter registration event on Saturday, August 11 from 9 a.m. to noon at City Hall. Absentee ballots for the election will be available at this time, too. City Hall will also be open for voter registration until 8 p.m.on the August 15 deadline date. There are a lot of important races, including two open state representative seats, so stay tuned for more info on this event! 

TONIGHT is the deadline for registering to vote in the special state primary to choose party candidates to run for the senate seat left vacant by John Kerry.

The city clerk's office will be open late to give residents more time to register. Residents have until 8PM to register.

According to the City of Woburn's website:

"This is the deadline to be eligible to vote in the Special Election on April 30th to select a new U.S. Senator. If you moved, changed your name, or your local census form was not received at city hall, you may encounter an issue at the polls. In some cases, you will have to fill out an affidavit and show identification at the polls. In other cases, you may not be able to vote. By acting now, you can avoid that inconvenience."

Massachusetts Voter Registration Deadline!

Wed, 10/17/2012 (All day)

Today is the last day to register to vote in presidential elections or any federal and state races. If you have not already registered, you can go to the Woburn City Clerk's office on the first floor of City Hall to register. The office will be open later than usual.