This page will help you identify whether you live in Providence's Ward 3, and to register to vote online.  It also provides the basics on the 2017 Ward 3 special election, including key dates.

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The primary election for the Democratic and Republican parties will take place on Wednesday July 12th.  June 12th is the last day to register to vote in the primary.  June 21st is the last day to submit a mail ballot application for the primary.  Emergency ballots can be used from June 22nd through 4pm July 11th.

The special election to fill the Ward 3 City Council seat will take place on Wednesday August 16th.  July 17th is the last day to register to vote in the special election.  Emergency ballots can be used from July 27th through 4pm August 15th.

There are two ways to cast an emergency ballot:

In person: Go to the Board of Canvassers at City Hall, 25 Dorrance St, between hours of Monday thru Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm. Don’t forget your ID.

By mail: Complete the emergency ballot application, which you will have to mail in to get your ballot sent to you by mail. You will then have to return your ballot by mail or by taking it into the Board of Canvassers (per above).

Below is the polling place information for Ward 3, for the primary on Wednesday July 12th, and the special election on August 16th:

Voters who normally vote at Summit Commons will continue to vote at - Summit Commons

Voters who normally vote at Church of the Redeemer will vote at - Church of the Redeemer

Voters who normally vote at Nathan Bishop School will vote at -- Nathan Bishop School

Voters who normally vote at Martin Luther King School will vote at – Martin Luther King School.

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