November 2nd is election day! Tomorrow, voters will choose who will serve as the state’s governor for the next four years. In addition to the hotly contested governor’s race, voters will decide who will serve terms in the rest of the state’s constitutional offices, and will have the option of approving or rejecting three ballot initiatives.
If you are unsure of where to vote, or if you would like a preview of the ballot that you will receive at the polls, you can visit the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s election information page here. If you have trouble with the site, you may call the state elections office at 617-727-2828.
The voter registration deadline for tomorrow’s election has passed, but if you would like to register so that you may vote in future elections, please click here for information on how to do so.
Remember, in Massachusetts the cutoff for registration is 20 days before an election, so plan ahead!
For additional information about voter registration or where to vote in tomorrows election, Cambridge residents may visit the Election Commission office at 51 Inman St., or call 617-349-4361. Somerville residents may visit the Somerville Election Commission office at City Hall (93 Highland Ave), or call 617-625-6600.
See you at the polls!