The Election Department provides access to interactive election results. Check different Elections, different races, sort by ward and precinct or download the raw data. Results are available from 2010 to present.
We offer a more traditional view of past Election Results.
The Election Department serves as a link to the residents of the City of Revere by conducting an Annual City Census. Every ten years the staff in the Election Department serves as liaisons for the Federal Census. Census data is used to determine Congressional representation and Legislative Districts. Census responses provides funding for vital programs in the city to include improved health care services, better roadways, strong public safety measures, expanded education programs and child care services.
The Election Department provides a variety of supplemental services to assist residents within the community. We offer proof of residence for a tax abatement, Welcome Home bonuses for Veteran’s, Life certificates for pension renewals, voter identification cards and Notary Public services. For fees related to these services, please contact our office.
All services relating to Elections including voter registration services and changes to voter registrations are also provide by the Election Department.
Join Mayor Brian Michael Arrigo as he forms the Complete Count Committee for the 2020 Federal Census. The Complete Count Committee meeting is on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 from 2:30 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers located on the second floor of Revere City Hall, 281 Broadway, Revere, MA 02151. Light refreshments will be served. A message from the Mayor.
January 20, 2020, 5:00 p.m. is the deadline for candidates to file their end-of-year financial report with the Election Department.
The Presidential Primary is on Tuesday, March 3, 2020.
The last day to register to vote or change party enrollment for the Presidential Primary is 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, February 12, 2020.
Early voting for the Presidential Primary will be offered at the American Legion Post #61, 249 Broadway Front Entrance from Monday, February 24, 2020 to Friday, February 28, 2020. The hours are 8:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. on Friday.
In March an invitation to respond online to the 2020 Federal census will be sent to all households in the City of Revere. Anyone with questions is encouraged to contact the Election Department for assistance.
The 2020 Annual City Census for the City of Revere will be sent out by US Mail on January 17, 2020. Every residence in the City of Revere will receive an Annual City Census form. If you don't receive your Annual City Census form by Friday, January 31, 2020 please contact the Election Department and one will be sent to you. In order to maintain an active voting status a response to the 2020 Annual City Census is needed.
Last day to register to vote for the March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary
A list of polling locations and Office on the Presidential Primary ballot.
Provide your services to the community and earn a fair wage by working at the polls on Election Day.
The Election Department provides Notary services as needed between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. Residents seeking Notary services are requested to call the Election Department prior to their visit to review the requirements.
Campaign Finance Reporting
Candidates and committees in city elections usually file three campaign finance reports in an election cycle: one before a Preliminary Election, a second before the general election and a third on January 20 of the following year. If there is no Preliminary Election in the city, only two reports are required: one is due eight days before the November Election and the second is due on January 20 of the following year.
The report for the Office of Mayor is filed online through the Office of Campaign and Political Finance. The reports for all other Offices on the ballot are filed with the Election Department.
Campaign Finance reports are maintained on the cities website for six years from the date of the relevant Election.
Additional information is available by visiting the website of the
Office of Campaign and Political Finance (OCPF).
During the first week of January each year, the Election Department sends a census form to each residence in the city. We request that you update your household information upon receipt and send it back to our office as soon as possible. If you are new to the city or have not filled out your census for the current year, contact the Election Department and one will be sent to you to complete and return.
In May of each year, we send confirmation cards to all voters who have not replied, requesting that they attest to and/or update their census information. Voters that do not return the confirmation card before August 1 are required to complete an Affirmation of Current and Continuous Residence and provide identification on Election Day.
The Federal Census is different from the Annual City Census. The Federal Census is sent every ten years to every residence in the City of Revere. Each response received is worth $2,300.00 to the City in Federal funding and Congressional representation.
If you have any questions call the Election Department at 781-286-8200.
Forms and Links
Secretary of State's voter location website
For use by voter or family member
Para uso del elector o miembro de la familia
UOCAVA ballots for Military and Overseas U.S. Citizens
Street listing with wards and precincts
Office of Campaign and Political Finance
List of political parties and designations
Board of Election Commissioners
In 1952, the Board of Election Commissioners was established through Chapter 424 of the Acts of 1952, An Act Abolishing the Board of Registrars of Voters of the City of Revere and Establishing a Board of Election Commissioners. The Special Act of the Massachusetts Legislature is part of the City Charter of the City of Revere. The Board of Election Commissioners consists of four persons, of whom two shall always represent each one of the two leading political parties, as defined in section one of chapter fifty of the Massachusetts General Laws. Appointments to the Board of Election Commissioners are for four years beginning April first, except that any appointment to fill a vacancy shall be for the unexpired term.
The Board organizes annually in the month of April to choose a Chairman. The Secretary keeps a full and accurate record of the proceedings of the Board meetings and shall cause such notices as the Board may require to be properly posted.
|Elizabeth Dixon||Board Member|
|John V. Cammarata||Board Member|
|Diane R. Colella||Secretary|
Frequently Asked Questions