NEW HOURS

To better serve Revere residents, City Hall opens at 8 AM, extended hours until 7 PM on Mondays and Wednesdays, and is closed on Fridays.

Election Department

The Election Department directs all Municipal, State and Federal Elections within the City of Revere. We pledge to conduct secure elections, maintain accurate voter registration records, provide voter education, and encourage voter participation. We adhere to Massachusetts General Laws, Campaign Finance Laws, and the Revised Ordinances of the City of Revere. We provide exceptional customer service to residents and businesses seeking our assistance. We work toward exceeding the goals set by the Administration while we embrace and value diversity, technology and teamwork.

NEXT ELECTIONS

Tuesday, November 7, 2023 - General Election for all City Offices 

2023 MUNICIPAL ELECTION CALENDAR

Unofficial 2023 Municipal Preliminary Results

 

The Board of Election Commissioners respectfully requests all Election related materials be returned by either US Mail to P.O. Box 246, Revere, MA  02151 or deposited in the large, blue drop box located on the Pleasant Street side of Revere City Hall.  The drop box is located in the parking lot outside the basement door.  The drop box is emptied on a regular basis.  Postage is not needed when using the drop box.

Candidates for Office

Recent Election Results

Voter Registration

Early & Absentee Voting

Notary Services

Due to the upcoming election, Notary Public services are suspended from Monday, August 28, till Thursday, September 21, and from Monday, October 16 till Thursday, November 9. 

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

City Census Information

In March 2023, the Election Department sent 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.

Printable Census Form Available Here

Any voter who does not respond to the annual street listing by the first Monday in June is made inactive and must be sent a confirmation card as required by the National Voter Registration Act.  The voters response to the confirmation card allows the Election Department to update their census information and to process any changes specified on the card.  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

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.
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
Reprecincting Approved Ward/Precinct Map Unanimously approved by the Revere City Council on November 22, 2021.
Redrawing Revere Details Public Engagement page dedicated to communications with the public related to the reprecincting process.

Forms

Title Description
Absentee Ballot Application For use by voter or family member.
Vote by Mail Application Print and mail to the Election Department at Revere City Hall.
Solicitud para votar por correo Imprima y envie por correo al Departmento de Elecciones en el Cuidad de Revere.
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.
2023 Street Index Street listing with wards and precincts.
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
781-286-8200
781-286-8206
Office Hours
Mon. 8 am – 7 pm
Tues. 8 am – 5 pm
Wed. 8 am – 7 pm
Thur. 8 am - 5 pm
Fri. Closed
Notary Services
Upon request.
Paul J. Fahey, MPA
Election Commissioner

781-286-8200 X1
Caitlin C. Welch
Assistant Election Commissioner
781-286-8200 X3
Youssef Asni
Senior Election Clerk
781-286-8200 X2
Doreen Manzi
Election Clerk
781-286-8200 x0
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