Where to vote in Bristol for the 2023 Special Election

Posted 11/7/23

Polling locations have been combined due to low expected turnout. Make sure you're going to the proper place to vote. At stake is an open seat in Congress and the proposed $200M school bond.

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Where to vote in Bristol for the 2023 Special Election


The Special General Election to determine the next Congressional District 1 representative, as well as the outcome of the proposed $200 million school bond, will be held today, Nov. 7. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

For this election cycle only, some polling locations have been combined.

If you normally vote at Rockwell or Guiteras Schools, you will be joining the voters at the Fire Department Headquarters at 4 Annawamscutt Drive.

If you normally vote at Roger Williams University or Franklin Court, you will be joining the voters at St Elizabeth Auditorium at 577 Wood Street.

If you normally vote at Mt. Hope High School, you will be joining the voters at the Quinta-Gamelin Center at 101 Asylum Road.

For more information visit Bristolri.gov or contact the Town Clerk’s office at 401-253-7000.

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