Registrar Of Voters
As Registrar of Voters, it is our job to keep track of all the voters in town. We also help any eligible person register so they can exercise their right to vote.
Town Clerk/Registrar - Patricia Murray
One of the fundamental rights that we enjoy in this country is the right "…to make our voices known and to choose the people that govern us". The fact that we are allowed to make those choices is a freedom that we often take for granted.
Please Register and Vote:
Your Vote Can Make A Difference.
Currently, there are 6617 registered voters in Berwick, 1764 are Democrats, 1847 are Republicans, 105 are Green Independents, 1 Libertarian and 2900 are not enrolled in a Political party.
If you are not registered and are considering voting, maybe some of the questions and answers below will help you.
- Who can Register to Vote? You must be at least 16 years of age (you must be at least 18 years of age to vote, except that in primary elections you may vote if you are 17 but will be 18 by the general election).
- When Can I Register To Vote? You can register to vote at the Town Clerk's Office in the Town Hall during regular office hours, or you can register to vote during an Election. Just come to the Town Hall on an Election Day and register with the Town Clerk/Deputy Town Clerk.
- How Do I Register To Vote? Present yourself to the Registrar of Voters with proper identification. A simple "voters card" is filled out and signed by the person registering. Then the Registrar adds your name to the "Voter's List". You can also pick up a "voters card" at your local DMV Office or Post Office.
- How Do I Vote? Just show up at the Town Hall on voting day at the proper time and Vote! Assistance is available if you have any questions.
Once you are registered, you will be eligible to Vote in most Federal, State and Local (including School) elections.
If you choose not to enroll in a Political Party, you will NOT be eligible to vote in a Primary Election.
If you have any questions, please call the Town Clerk or Deputy Clerk at (207) 698-1101 or you can E-Mail the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you at the next election!!!!!!