As another casino along the east coast closed this morning just two years after it opened, voters in Massachusetts will decide if casinos have a future in the state in just two months.
As the election gets closer, many woke up to news this morning that the Revel casino hotel in Atlantic City had closed down.
The $2.4 billion dollar casino only opened its doors a little more than two years ago.
Despite the news, some people still think casinos will work in Massachusetts if it passes in November, including Springfield resident Tiki Taylor.
“Massachusetts has money,” she said. “And you have a lot of people who go to Connecticut from Massachusetts so yeah, it should work.”
This is not the first Atlantic City casino to announce a closure. Trump Plaza is closing later this month and the Atlantic Club closed in January.