I’m going to ask readers of this blog who live in Massachusetts to share this information to raise awareness about the upcoming election and voting options that make it easier to participate in this process. Registered voters in Massachusetts do not have to wait until Tuesday, November 3rd and can vote early from October 17 through October 30.
ABOUT EARLY VOTING: Boston City Hall is the main early voting polling location for the city and it will be open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., and on Tuesday and Thursday, City Hall will remain open until 8 p.m. for early voting. For more information about additional places to vote in Boston visit boston.gov/early-voting. Any registered voter in Boston can vote. You don’t need an excuse or reason to vote early. It is your right so exercise it.
DID YOU APPLY TO VOTE BY MAIL? If you plan to return your ballot in person instead of mailing it, we will have dedicated dropboxes across the City, including two at Boston City Hall. You have until 8 p.m. on Election Day to drop off your ballot. You can also drop off your ballot at any early voting location listed below during the City’s early voting period.
Below are links to early voting locations and the times these places are open in surrounding communities as well as a link for all cities and towns in the state. Please share.
Cambridge, MA – Early voting information
Chelsea, MA – Early voting information
Medford, MA – Early voting information
Quincy, MA – Early voting information
Revere, MA – Early voting information
Somerville, MA – Early voting information
Watertown, MA – Early voting information
Wintrhop, MA – Early voting information
All other Massachusetts cities and towns – Early voting information