WOONSOCKET BOARD OF CANVASSERS AND REGISTRATION ANNOUNCES DEADLINE TO REGISTER TO VOTE FOR THE ELECTION NOVEMBER 3, 2020 

 

Woonsocket, RI: Sunday October 4, 2020 is the deadline to register to vote in order to be eligible to cast a ballot in the Election on November 3, 2020. 

Anyone 18 years of age and over, and a citizen of the United States may register to vote. You must register to vote from your residence address. 

Any registered voter who has moved from one address to another address within the City of Woonsocket must update their voter registration with the Board of Canvassers. 

The Board of canvassers will be accepting registrations on October 4 at the Woonsocket Police Station located at, 242 Clinton St. during the hours of 1pm to 4pm. 

You may also register to vote and update your voter registration information at www.sos.ri.gov. If you have any questions you can reach the Board of Canvassers at (401)767-9223

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