Election Day is just a few days away, and those interested in early voting can still do so, but not for long.
The early voting period started on October 22 in locations across the state.
Friday is the last day that voters can cast their ballots early. Otherwise, they will have to vote on Tuesday, November 6.
Early voting is available in at least one location in each city and town in Massachusetts, during regular business hours. Some cities and towns may have extended hours or locations. You can find out when and where you can turn in your ballot early by contacting you local city and town elections officials.
Unlike absentee ballots, if you choose early voting, you do not have to say what is preventing you from voting on Election Day itself.