BOSTON (CBS) – The last day of early voting in Massachusetts is Friday and it appears to have been a big hit.
According to the Secretary of State’s office, 43.8 percent of all registered voters in Massachusetts have already voted as of Thursday.READ MORE: Massachusetts Reports 1,267 New COVID Cases, 20 Additional Deaths
More than 2.1 million ballots have been returned so far. That’s equal to about 62-percent of all the ballots cast in the 2016 election in the state.
If you haven’t mailed your ballot yet, Secretary of State Bill Galvin recommends hand-delivering it to the drop box in your town.READ MORE: Dive Teams Searching New Hampshire Pond For Missing 5-Year-Old Elijah Lewis
The exact time that early voting ends Friday is a little different in every community. In some it ends as early at noon, while others close at 5 p.m.
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Friday is the last day of the early voting period. Many cities & towns close early on Fridays, so check your local early voting hours ASAP.https://t.co/jg3AQ8eG0S.
Can't vote early? Vote Tuesday!https://t.co/xH7U2oIlVy.
— Mass. Elections (@VotingInMass) October 29, 2020
And if you can’t vote Friday, you can still go to the polls on Election Day Tuesday.