SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – If you want to vote in the state primary and haven’t registered yet, you only have a few more hours. Town and city clerk’s offices are open until 8:00 p.m. Wednesday night.
The man in charge of elections in Massachusetts, William Galvin was in Springfield Wednesday. 22News asked him about Question 3 on the November ballot; the casino question. Casino supporters have been telling people to vote yes for more than a year, while casino opponents have been voting no. That will be flipped this November.
“It will be very clear to voters before they go in the booth on November 4th, which way they want to vote because the argument to pull them back and forth will be made loud and clear I’m sure over the next several weeks,” said Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin.
In addition to the advertising campaigns he is alluding to, Galvin told 22News each registered voter will receive a “red book” in the mail detailing all the ballot questions.
Wednesday is also the last day to register to vote for the primary on September 9th or change your party for the primary.