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Election Department

The Election Department administers Municipal, State and Federal Elections within the City of Revere. We operate with fairness and impartiality while adhering to Massachusetts General Laws, Campaign Finance Laws and the revised ordinances of the City of Revere when assisting candidates and residents in all aspects of the Electoral process. We administer Campaign Finance Law for Candidates and Committees filing on the Municipal level. We promote voter registration and participation in the Electoral process.

Next Election: March 2, 2021

19th Suffolk State Rep. Special Election Primary 

Covid-19 Update

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Board of Election Commissioners respectfully request that all Annual City Census forms be returned by US Mail to P.O. Box 246, Revere, MA  02151.   

2021 Special Election: 19th Suffolk

October  27, 2020. Last day for a person running in the state primary to enroll in a party or for a person running only in the state election to unenroll from a party, except for newly registered voters.

January 19, 2021. 5:00 P.M. last day and hour for submitting nomination papers to local Registrars of Voters or Election Commissioners for the certification of signatures.

January 25, 2021. Certification of nomination  papers must  be completed.

January  26, 2021. 5:00 P.M. last day and hour for filing nomination papers, including enrollment certificate and State Ethics Commission receipt, with the Secretary of the Commonwealth.

January  29, 2021. 5:00 P.M. last day and hour for filing withdrawals of or objections to all nomination papers and  certificates  of nomination  with the Secretary  of the Commonwealth.

February 3, 2020. 5:00 P.M. last day and hour for filling vacancies caused by withdrawals for primary candidates.

February 10, 2021. Last day to register  voters for the state primary; registration  hours 9:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. (except in towns under 1500 registered voters, registration hours 2:00 to 4:00P.M. and 7:00 to 8:00  P.M.).

March 2, 2021. State Primary

March 8, 2021. 5:00 P.M. last day and hour for filing withdrawals of or objectio ns to nominations made at the state primary and for filing written acceptances by write-in or sticker candidates  who  won in the state primary  with the Secretary of the  Commonwealth.

March 10, 2021. Last day to register voters for the state election; registration hours 9:00 A.M. to 8:00P.M. (except in towns under 1500 registered voters, registration hours 2:00 to 4:00P.M. and 7:00 to 8:00 P.M.).

March 11, 2021. 5:00 P.M. last day and hour for filling vacancies caused by withdrawals at the state primary.

March 30, 2021. State Election

19th Suffolk Special Election Calendar
January 4, 2021 Memo from the Secretary of State

2020 Election Results

Election results for November 3, 2020 General Election


Election results for the September 1, 2020 State Primary

Voter Registration

Mail and Absentee Voting

Notary Services

The Election Department provides Notary services upon request.  Residents seeking Notary services are requested to call the Election Department prior to their visit to Revere City hall to review the requirements for notarizing a document.  

Census Information

Forms and Links


Title Description
Where do I Vote A link to help voters determine their voting locations and elected officials
Federal Post Card Ballot Application UOCAVA ballots for Military and Overseas U.S. Citizens
Campaign Finance Reports Detailed information about City of Revere elected official campaign finance reporting.
OCPF The State's Office of Campaign and Political Finance
Revere's Voting Machines A YouTube video describing the new voting machines
Máquinas de votación de Revere Información importante sobre las nuevas máquinas electorales de Revere
List of Polling Locations An updated list of current polling locations.
Interactive Election Results Check out our new interactive results feature.
Traditional Election Results The traditional way of publishing and viewing results.
Change of Precincts Letter A letter to Mayor Arrigo and the City Council regarding changes to precincts for the 2020 Elections


Title Description
Absentee Ballot Application For use by voter or family member.
Vote By Mail Printed Application To print and mail to the Revere Elections Commission.
Solicitud de boleta de votación en ausencia Para uso del elector o miembro de la familia.
Apply to be a Poll Worker
Provide your services to the community and earn a fair wage by working at the polls on Election Day.
2020 Street Index Street listing with wards and precincts.
An affirmation of current and continuous residence for Inactive Voters.
Afirmación de residencia
Una afirmación de residencia actual y continua para votantes inactivos.
Your Enrollment as a Voter Description of your enrollment options.
Su Inscripciòn Como Votante Descripción de sus opciones de inscripción.
Revere Precinct Map A map of all Revere Precincts.

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact Information & Hours
Election Department Contact Information
Office Hours
Mon.-Thur. 8:15am-5pm
Fri. 8:15am-12:15pm
Notary Services
Upon request.
Diane R. Colella
Election Commissioner

781-286-8200 X1
Caitlin C. Welch
Assistant Election Commissioner
781-286-8200 X3
Jennifer Diaz
Senior Clerk
781-286-8200 X2
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