Massachusetts voters have only four days left to cast their ballots early.
The 2018 state elections are approaching fast, and if you plan to be out of the state on November 6 there are still a few opportunities for you to vote.
With only three days left of early voting after Tuesday lawmakers are giving a final push to get everyone out to the polls.
“The stakes could never be higher, we need every person to get out there and to vote,” said Senator Eric Lesser. “You can vote early, you can vote by absentee, you can vote in person on election day, but everyone’s voice must be heard. We need people to get out there and cast their ballots.”
Last Saturday and Sunday was the only time that early polling locations provided weekend hours and they will be open for just a few more days.
You can find a list of all the early polling locations in your area on the Secretary of State’s website.
If you’re planning to go on November 6, there could be longer wait times depending when and where you vote.
Both Uber and Lyft are planning to offer free rides to the polls on election day making sure everyone who wants to can get out and vote.