Voting Information for 2020 Elections

Not everyone in our area has a primary election to vote in on September 8. This year, for the first time I remember, for some of us on Providence’s East Side, there is no primary election in September – if you live in Senate District 3 and Senator Goldin is your Senator, there is no primary election for you. We already had our Presidential Primary and the other four offices up for election this year have no Democratic primary challenger. Sen. Reed, Rep. Cicilline, Sen. Goldin (RI Sen. District 3) and I all qualify for the November ballot without a primary election. This means only some of us in House District 4 will have a primary election to vote in on September 8 – those who live in RI Senate District 6. You can check your voting districts at Vote.RI.Gov.

Primary Election Voting information – Primary Election September 8

Not everyone in House District 4 has a primary election to vote in on September 8th.
If you are in Senate District 6, please plan to vote by September 8 in one of the following ways:

You can vote (1) by mail; (2) in person at City Hall in the weeks leading up to the election during the emergency voting period from August 19-September 8th; or (3) in person at your polling location on election day.

To vote by mail please apply for your mail ballots right away. You can go to vote.ri.gov and print out two mail ballot applications – one for the primary election due August 18th and one for the general election due October 13th. Applications should be mailed or dropped off at the Board of Canvassers in City Hall. You can track your application and mail ballot at vote.ri.gov.

General Election information -General Election November 3

For the November 3 general election you can vote (1) by mail; (2) in person at City Hall in the weeks leading up to the election during the emergency voting period from October 14th through November 2nd; or (3) in person at your polling location on election day, November 3rd.

If you want to vote by mail, please apply for your mail ballot right away. You can go to vote.ri.gov and print out your mail ballot application. You can mail drop it off at the Board of Canvassers in City Hall. You can track your application and mail ballot at vote.ri.gov.