BOSTON (CBS/AP) –The three major candidates for governor in Massachusetts were up and out early on the morning of Election Day.
Republican candidate Charlie Baker and his family voted soon after the polls opened at 7 a.m. in Swampscott. By Baker’s side was his son, Charlie Jr., who voted for the first time.
WBZ-TV’s cameras captured Baker and his son casting their ballots.
Patrick, his wife and daughter voted at a school near their home in Milton.
Independent Candidate Tim Cahill cast his ballot in Quincy around 10:30 a.m.
The Secretary of State’s office predicted a high voter turnout for this election. Secretary Bill Galvin projects a turnout in excess of 2.4 million registered voters.
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