Mayor Announces Early Voting Locations

For the first time Boston will be able to allow voters to cast their ballots early (October 24 to November 4) for the November 8 election.

Boston’s Board of Election Commissioners unanimously voted in favor of the Election Department’s plan for 27 “one day” early voting sites, three each at the City Council Districts, in addition to daily early voting at City Hall during the early voting period.

At the end of each day, all voted ballots will be secured in a vault at City Hall that will be counted on election day.

            The plan is to apparently designed to allow residents to vote at a time convenient for their work and family schedule, according to Mayor Martin J. Walsh.

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