• November 3 Election


    Voter Information 

    The November election is going to be very busy, I want to make all voters aware that with the current COVID-19 situation, things at the polling places will be a little different than you have seen in the past.  The Hammond Town Hall will be able to accomodate a small number of people in the building at a time.  You may have to wait outside so please dress accordingly.  There are some suggestions below that may be helpful for an easy voting exerience.  Face masks will be required in the building, if you don't have one, there will be masks available.

    Registration - Please make sure you are registered to vote prior to coming to the polls, as it is a slow process and will hold up other voters.  If you are not registered,  go to and follow the directions,  if you are not sure you are registered you can also check that on this site.

    Absentee voting - This may be a good choice for those of you who are in a hurry and don't want to wait to vote.
    Go to and follow the directions.  If for some reason you have issues with obtaining your request to vote absentee, contact the clerk and she can make an appointment for you to come in and request a ballot in person.  The first day to vote absentee in the Clerks office is October 20, please see absentee notice on this site.

    Please be assured voting absentee is a safe and honest process, we go to great lengths to make  this happen. You can track when your ballot was mailed out, when it was returned to the clerk and after the election it will show that your vote was counted; track you ballot at