It doesn’t matter when or where you vote; it just matters that you vote.
Election Day is less than two weeks away — Tuesday, Nov. 6th — and polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. across the state that day.
Massachusetts residents also have the option of voting early at designated locations in your community or by mail. The early voting period is open through Friday, Nov. 2 and state law requires every municipality to comply. Local election officials must conduct early voting sessions during regular business hours, but they may also hold extended hours. You can search early voting locations and times here.
Early ballots may also be requested by mail. Click here for the form.
Registered voters who are not able to vote early or vote at the polls on Nov. 6th may click here for the form to request an absentee ballot.
This year’s midterm elections will decide many federal, state and municipal races, including Massachusetts Governor. There are also three important binding referendum questions on the ballot. You can read the Providers’ Council’s position on Questions 1 and 3 by clicking here.Back to All News