Early Voting Ends Friday in Boston

Early voting in Boston will end on Friday, October 30, but East Boston voters can still vote early at Boston City Hall on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. 

Eastie residents who would like to vote by mail but haven’t submitted a ballot application yet, you can do so until Wednesday, October 28 and voters can apply online at the Secretary of State’s website. 

The Election Department started mailing out the first vote-by-mail ballots to those who requested for one earlier this month and will continue to do so as applications are received. “When you get your ballot, you should complete it, sign it, and return it with the envelope as soon as possible,” said Mayor Martin Walsh. “It’s important to follow the instructions, step by step. You can mail it in as long as it is postmarked by November 3 and received by the Election Department by November 6.”

Voters can also deposit vote-by-mail ballots at Eastie’s ballot dropbox. Eastie’s ballot dropbox is located at the East Boston Branch Library, 365 Bremen Street. The dropbox will be available seven days a week until 8 p.m. 

On the Nov. 3 ballot in Eastie are the following election and candidates; 

President of the United States:

Republican Party

Donald Trump

(Incumbent)

Mike Pence

(Running mate)

Democratic Party

Joe Biden

Kamala D. Harris

(Running mate)

Green Party

Howie Hawkins

Angela Nicole Walker (Running mate)

Libertarian Party

Jo Jorgensen

Spike Cohen

(Running mate)

Congress:

U.S. House Massachusetts District 7:

Democratic Party

Ayanna Pressley

(Incumbent)

Republican Party

Rayla Campbell

(Write-in)

Independent

Roy Owens

Unenrolled

Janine Balistreri

(Write-in)

U.S. Senate Massachusetts:

Democratic Party

Edward J. Markey

(Incumbent)

Republican Party

Kevin O’Connor

Massachusetts House of Representatives 1st Suffolk District:

Democratic Party

Adrian Madaro

(Incumbent)

Suffolk County Register of Probate:

Democratic Party

Felix Arroyo (Incumbent)

Independent

Althea Garrison

Independent

Melissa Tyler

Massachusetts State Senate 1st Suffolk and Middlesex District:

Democratic Party

Joseph Boncore

(Incumbent)

Massachusetts Governor’s Council District 6:

Democratic Party

Terrence Kennedy

(Incumbent)

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