Early Voting in Boston Starts Oct. 24th, Runs Through Nov. 4th; Two Places in JP

This election season Boston residents can vote early for the first time ever. From Monday, Oct. 24th through Friday, Nov. 4th, registered voters can fill out their ballots at any early voting location in Boston. Also, there are two early voting sites in Jamaica Plain if you don’t want to go too far away from home.

Unlike all other election voting cycles, you can vote wherever you want for early voting in Boston. It does not have to be at your assigned polling location. Actually, for many people, it’s not possible to vote early at their assigned location.

In Jamaica Plain there are two early voting sites: Curtis Hall (20 South St.) and Back of the Hills Apartments (100 South Huntington Ave.). There are early voting sites in every Boston neighborhood at different times and days.

Early voting at Curtis Hall is available on the following dates and times: Friday, Oct. 28th from 2 to 8 pm. Early voting at the Back of the Hills Apartments is available on Friday, Nov. 4th from 11 am to 5 pm.

Early voting is available at City Hall every day from Oct. 24th through Nov. 4th, except for Saturday, Oct. 29th. On Oct. 29th early voting is available at nine different locations throughout the city.

If you want to vote early it is important to know the early voting schedule. The full early voting schedule is available by clicking here.

You can also fill out an early voting ballot by mail. Click here to learn more about early voting in Boston, including downloading an early voting application.