Board of Canvassers
GENERAL ELECTION- TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2018
The Emergency Mail Ballots are now available through 4:00 p.m. on Monday, November 5, 2018 at the Board of Canvasser's Office.
To verify voter information, where you vote or to view sample ballots please visit: Vote.RI.Gov .
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DISTRICT 1 (2301) MASONIC LODGE, 1515 TEN ROD RD
DISTRICT 2 (2302) STONY LANE SCHOOL, 825 STONY LN
DISTRICT 3 (2303) QUIDNESSETT ELEM SCHOOL, 166 MARK DR
DISTRICT 4 (2304) DAVISVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL, 200 SCHOOL ST
DISTRICT 5 (2305) SLOCUM GRANGE HALL, 86 SLOCUM RD
DISTRICT 6 (2306) N.K. HIGH SCHOOL, 150 FAIRWAY DR
DISTRICT 7 (2307) BEECHWOOD SENIOR CENTER, 44 BEACH ST
DISTRICT 8 (2308) HAMILTON ELEM SCHOOL, 25 SALISBURY AVE
DISTRICT 9 (2309) WICKFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL,250 TOWER HILL
The Board of Canvassers is looking for voters who are interested in working at the polls. Please contact the Board of Canvassers for more information or complete Application (PDF) to work at the polls.
According to Rhode Island State Law, voter registration records are periodically updated by using information received from the U.S. Postal Service National Change of Address Program. If you receive a mailing from the Board of Canvassers and have questions, please do not hesitate to call 401-268-1553 or email Board of Canvassers.
To register to vote, check voter registration information or status please visit the Rhode Island Voter Information Center.
Please contact the Board of Canvassers with questions or requests for additional information
Under the state’s new Voter ID law, poll workers will ask you for ID when you vote at the polls. Acceptable forms of ID's are:
- RI driver's license
- U.S. Passport
- ID card issued by U.S educational institution
- U.S military identification card
- State of Rhode Island or U.S government issued ID card
- Government issued medical card
- Rhode Island Voter Idenification Card
If you do not have one of these forms of identification or for more information, please visit the Rhode Island Voter ID page.
As a result of the recently adopted RI redistricting plan, your senate, representative and local precinct numbers as well as the polling locations where you cast your ballot in the general elections may have changed.