Here’s our cheat sheet for everything Andover voters need to know for Tuesday’s Massachusetts state election. This post includes:

  • Polling places and hours
  • What’s on the ballot?

You can view all of our Election 2022 stories. We’ve also included links to relevant stories on the ballot below.

How To Vote: Vote-By-Mail, Early Voting and Polling Places

The last day to cast your ballot in early, in-person voting at town offices is Friday. Early voting hours are 8:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m. If you are voting by mail, your ballot must be postmarked by Nov. 8 and returned to the Andover Town Clerk’s office by Nov. 12. You can also use a ballot drop box outside of Town Offices (photo, above).

You can track your vote-by-mail application and ballot status here.

Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on election day. If you choose to vote on election day, you’ll need to find your precinct and go to the proper polling place:

PrecinctsPolling PlaceAddress
Precincts 2, 7, 8, 9, 10Andover High School80 Shawsheen Road
Precincts 1, 3Cormier Youth Center40 Whittier Court
Precincts 4, 4A, 5, 6Wood Hill Middle School11 Cross S

Ballot For Nov. 8 General Election In Andover

Here’s what the ballot will look like when voters head to the polls for the general election in November. Incumbents are marked with an asterisk (*).

Andover News asked candidates in contested state legislature races to complete candidate profiles. You can read their responses by clicking on their name. If the candidate’s name is not highlighted, they did not respond to requests to participated.

Ballot Questions

  1. Additional Tax on Income Over One Million Dollars
  2. Regulation of Dental Insurance
  3. Expanded Availability of Licenses for the Sale of Alcoholic Beverages
  4. Eligibility for Driver’s Licenses

Related coverage on Andover News: Question 1’s Impact On Andover

Massachusetts State Senate, 2nd Essex & Middlesex

Barry Finegold (D)*
Sal DeFranco (R)

Related coverage on Andover News:

Massachusetts State House of Representatives, 17th Essex

Frank Moran (D)*

District includes precincts 2-4 in Andover.

Massachusetts State House of Representatives, 18th Essex

Tram Nguyen (D)*
Jeffrey DuFour (R)

District includes precincts 1 and 5-9 in Andover.

Related coverage on Andover News: Finegold, Nguyen Have Big War Chest Leads Over Republican

Essex County District Attorney

Paul Tucker (D)

Essex County Sheriff

Kevin Coppinger(D)*

U.S. House, Massachusetts District 3

Lori Trahan (D)*
Dean Tran (R)

U.S. House, Massachusetts District 6

Seth Moulton (D)*
Robert May Jr. (R)
Mark Tashjian (Libertarian)


Maura Healey (D)
Geoff Diehl (R)
Kevin Reed (Libertarian)

Lt. Governor

Kim Driscoll (D)
Leah Cole Allen (R)
Peter Everett (Libertarian)

Secretary Of State

William Galvin (D)*
Rayla Campbell (R)
Juan Sanchez (Green/Rainbow)

Attorney General

Andrea Campbell (D)
James McMahaon (R)


Deb Goldberg (D)*


Diana DiZoglio (D)
Anthony Amore (R)
Gloria Caballero-Roca (Green/Rainbow)
Dominic Giannone III (Workers)
Daniel Riek (Libertarian)

Governor’s Council District 5

Eileen Duff (D)*
Michael Walsh (R)

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