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Reader Poll: How Will You Vote This Election Season?


The Massachusetts State Primary is coming up next week with voters taking to the polls on Tuesday, September 1, 2020. In addition to the traditional trip to your polling location on Election Day, there are several other ways residents can casts their votes this year.

Vote By Mail: Return your ballot application by August 26, 2020. Upon receiving your ballot, return it by mail using the prepaid envelope, at anΒ early voting location, or using the Election Department dropbox located on the third floor of City Hall.

Early Voting: The early voting period for the MA State Primary is August 22 – August 28, 2020. Registered voters can vote at any of the early voting sites. No excuse is required to vote early.

Absentee Voting: Apply for an absentee ballot by August 31, 2020. Upon receiving your ballot, return by mail or in person. Read more about absentee voting.

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many individuals may choose to vote by mail rather than venturing out to the polls this year. Others prefer to vote in person, and will put on their masks and hand sanitizer to go to their regular polling site.

How will you vote this election season? Let us know in our poll and share your comments in the section below!

Web polls are unscientific and reflect only those who choose to participate. NorthEndWaterfront.com polls do not have any official significance and are only intended for the interest of our readers.

6 Replies to “Reader Poll: How Will You Vote This Election Season?

  1. This specific part (make your argument) I am around the corner from my polling site but I am still voting by mail, also I am not risking my mother of going there. Although I’m hearing they may be coming up with alternative places for polling spots with the elder homes like (Amy Lowell). Vote by mail if you have the chance young or old. Even if your around the corner (btw mines might have to get moved) why risk walking to another place not knowing the risk and the neighborhood which could be high in numbers.

  2. CM, could not agree more. It’s a different world and we better get used to it I don’t subscribe to the ” new normal” description because their is nothing normal about this virus. If the US was involved in a war losing a thousand troops a day their would be marches and protests around the world. Stay safe & healthy., 😷

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