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Early Voting in Boston

Early voting for the Presidential Primary on March 5 will take place from Saturday, February 24, through Friday, March 1.

Any registered Boston voter can vote at any early voting location. You don’t need an excuse or reason to vote early. Not sure if you’re registered? Find out your voter registration status.

The deadline to register to vote is Saturday, February 24. You have until 5 p.m. to register to vote in-person, and until 11:59 p.m. to register to vote online. If you register to vote by mail, it must be postmarked by Saturday, February 24, 2024.

Vote early in person

What is early voting?

For the Presidential Primary on Tuesday, March 5, early voting takes place in the City of Boston from Saturday, February 24 - Friday, March 1.

Unlike traditional polling, you don’t have to vote at your assigned polling location. Vote at the location that is most convenient for you. All ballot styles will be available at every early voting location.

All early voting locations are accessible to voters with disabilities. Every location will also have AutoMark machines for voters who need help marking their ballots.

Where to vote

There are a number of early voting sites for the Presidential Primary, including Boston City Hall. If you plan to vote early, you have until 5 p.m. on Friday, March 1.


If you miss the early voting period, you can still vote on Tuesday, March 5, on the date of the Presidential Primary.

Early voting map

Early voting map

Use your address to search for a location near you. Early voting in the Presidential Primary takes place from Saturday, February 24, through Friday, March 1.
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Voting locations by date

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