Early voting is ending soon.
Massachusetts voters have only two days left to cast their ballots early.
Northampton City Hall has seen a steady stream of voters since early voting started last week.
City Clerk Pam Powers told 22News that city hall saw an average of 175 voters a day last week. And with only a couple days left to cast your early ballot, business is picking up.
Powers said she saw nearly 300 voters on Monday. However, Powers said voting numbers are way down from 2016.
“They are about 25 percent of what we saw in the presidential election two years ago,” said Powers. “And I would have expected they would have been higher but it is what it is. I hope people will come out to vote on November 6.”
You still have time to cast your early voting ballot. Polling places will be open until Friday.
And of course, polls open again on Tuesday, November 6.