Holyoke Soldiers Home residents voted Tuesday without having to leave their facility.
Holyoke City Clerk Brenna Murphy McGee brought voting booths to the Soldiers Home for the convenience of the men and women living there.
76-year-old Navy Veteran Charles Sudol made certain to cast his ballot.
“Being able to vote is something to be treasured, to be appreciated, look around the world and how many people can’t vote, can’t pick who they want, we have that,” said Sudol.
Tuesday’s early voting at the Holyoke Soldiers Home also enabled neighbors living nearby to cast their ballots before election day November 6th.