The polls are open in Lexington on election day from 7 am to 8 pm for all elections. Registered voters can vote at various polling places based on Lexington's nine precincts.
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What to Do on Election Day
On Election Day, first go to the check-in table and tell the worker:
- The name of the street where you live
- Your house number and your name
In a primary election, voters registered in a political party may only obtain a ballot for that party. An "unenrolled voter" (commonly referred to as an "independent voter") may request the ballot of any party participating in the primary election.
The Election Official will confirm with the Town Clerk the registration status any names of persons failing to appear on the listing of registered voters. Voters whose name is on another list in the Town may appear at that polling location to cast a ballot or may vote at the Town Clerk's office. Voters must vote at the precinct from the address from which registered. Election Officials will explain options available to persons wishing to vote whose name does not appear on the voting list. Disabled Persons may be accompanied by someone who can provide assistance in voting or may request a poll worker to provide confidential, nonpartisan help.