Town Clerk

The Town Clerk is responsible for keeping all vital records of the town including births, deaths and marriages.  Certified copies of these events may be obtained from these in permanent fashion. 

The Town Clerk is also responsible for the orderly running of all elections, which take place: local, statewide or national, and also serves as the clerk to the Board of Registrars.  Voter registration is done by mail, during normal business hours, and during special sessions prior to elections.

Town of Leverett Election Results:

There are 1529 registered voters in Leverett. On election day 1296 ballots were cast (84.76%). Voters were assisted by the best election workers in Massachusetts!


Clinton: 996

Johnson: 24

Stein: 56

Trump: 185

Senator in General Court:

Rosenberg: 1131

Peletier: 17

Quest. 1 (gambling)

Yes: 176

No: 1062

Quest. 2 (Charter Schools)

Yes: 272

No: 986

Quest. 3 (Animal Confinement)

Yes: 832

No: 429

Quest. 4 (Marijuana)

Yes: 896

No: 343


How to vote in Massachusetts





Am I registered to vote?

Absentee Ballot application

An Annual Town Census is conducted by the Clerk's office each January and the information is entered into a computer database, which is linked to the Statewide Voter Registratrion Information System. 

The Town Clerk also sells dog licenses but as of January 1, 2012 will no longer sell sporting licenses.


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