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Early voting, mail-in ballots

Yawu Miller
Yawu Miller
Yawu Miller is the Banner’s senior editor. VIEW BIO
Early voting, mail-in ballots
A voter casts his ballot Thursday at City Hall. Banner photo

Early voting for the Nov. 3 election begins this Saturday, Oct. 17 and will run through Oct. 30. On weekdays, City Hall and several community centers will be open for voters to cast their ballots. On weekends, community centers, schools and social service agencies will be open for voting. Check the Boston Election Department website for a list of voting locations.

The city’s Election Department has deployed 17 drop boxes for voters wishing to cast their mail-in ballots. Voters can mail their ballots in advance of the Nov. 3 election or drop them at any of the following locations.

  • Boston City Hall, 1 City Hall Square, Boston (City Hall Plaza entrance, third floor)
  • Boston City Hall, 1 City Hall Square, Boston (Congress Street entrance, first floor)
  • East Boston Branch of the Boston Public Library, 365 Bremen St, East Boston
  • Charlestown Branch of the Boston Public Library, 179 Main St, Charlestown
  • South Boston Branch of the Boston Public Library, 646 East Broadway, South Boston
  • Central Library of the Boston Public Library, 700 Boylston Street, Boston
  • Honan-Allston Branch of the Boston Public Library, 300 North Harvard St, Allston
  • Brighton Branch of the Boston Public Library, 40 Academy Hill Rd, Brighton
  • Roxbury Branch of the Boston Public Library, 149 Dudley Street, Roxbury
  • Fields Corner Branch of the Boston Public Library, 1520 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester
  • Jamaica Plain Branch of the Boston Public Library, 30 South Street, Jamaica Plain
  • Mattapan Branch of the Boston Public Library, 1350 Blue Hill Ave, Mattapan
  • West Roxbury Branch of the Boston Public Library, 1961 Centre St, West Roxbury
  • Hyde Park Branch of the Boston Public Library, 35 Harvard Ave, Hyde Park
  • Parker Hill Branch of the Boston Public Library, 1497 Tremont St, Roxbury
  • BCYF Menino, 125 Brookway Rd, Roslindale
  • Grove Hall Branch of the Boston Public Library, 41 Geneva Ave, Dorchester

The drop boxes are under video surveillance and will be emptied at the end of every day to ensure ballots are not tampered with.

In addition to the 17 drop boxes, voters can also cast their mail-in ballots at the city’s early voting locations beginning Saturday Oct. 17.

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