Many voters waiting to cast their ballot on Election Day as early voting ends

Boston Statehouse

Voters had two weeks to cast their ballots early but many people are still waiting for Election Day. 

Since Friday, November 2nd was the last day to vote early, cities and towns across Massachusetts won’t release their early polling participation numbers until all of the ballots are collected.

The Secretary of State is expected to receive all of the early voting information over the weekend and will provide those details on Monday.

However, if you plan to vote on Election Day there are a few things you should know before going to the polls.

There will likely be lines at polling places depending when and where you go so you should give yourself some time.

It’s also a good idea to review your voter information booklet before heading out the door to vote, because the ballot questions can get pretty confusing.

To help voters, the Secretary of State has provided a 1 sentence summary of what a yes or a no vote means right on the ballot.

Don’t forget Tuesday, November 6th is Election Day, and polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. across Massachusetts. 22News will have all your results Tuesday night.

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