DOWNTOWN MARLBOROUGH - Just days before the Massachusetts primary election, many voters had second thoughts about sending ballots throughout the mail. Postmaster General, Louis DeJoy, responded to concerns heard nation-wide and explained the USPS was ready and able to handle any volume of election mail it received.
Marlborough City Clerk, Steven Kerrigan, said that after receiving over six thousand mail-in ballot requests, his office hasn't experienced any delays sending or delivering election mail. To ensure requests and ballots are processed properly, the city clerk's office stick to a daily deadline when it comes to mailing out ballots.
Those who do not feel comfortable sending their ballots through the mail can use one of the secure drop boxes in front and back of city hall or drop it off at to the city clerk's office.