BOSTON (WPRI/AP) — Monday marks 15 days to go until Election Day, but in Massachusetts, residents can already cast their ballots.
Early voting in the Bay State runs through Nov. 2. Each city and town has its own times and locations for early voting.
Details are available through the Massachusetts Secretary of State’s website or by contacting local city and town elections officials.
Voters also have the option of requesting an early ballot by mail. Ballots that are cast early are put in envelopes to be counted on Election Day.
This will be the second state election in which early voting is available in Massachusetts. The first was the 2016 presidential election.