Early voting starts in Massachusetts on October 24th

Massachusetts adopted early voting in 2014

WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – For the first time, you’ll be able to vote for the president before Election Day in Massachusetts. Early voting begins on October 24th and will last until November 4th.

You’ll will have the option of casting your ballots at specific voting places in your community. The goal of early voting is to have more people participate in the process.

Julie Rochefort of West Springfield said, “I just need the extra time to figure out which one. I think they both have flaws.”

“There’s an energy and a certain vibe that I like about going to vote the day of election,” said Glen Snowden of West Springfield.

Massachusetts adopted early voting in 2014, but this presidential election will be the first time it’s being used. Click Here to find out the early voting times and locations.

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