Masslive: For the first time in Massachusetts, voters can cast their ballots before election day. If you’re registered to vote in Worcester, you have a chance to vote early in the state and presidential election from Monday through Nov. 4. Election day is Nov. 8. There are five polling locations for early voting in the city. One site will be open each weekday from 8:45 a.m. to 7 p.m. through early voting, except on Friday, Nov. 4, when locations close at 5 p.m. All five early voting locations will be open this weekend, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. One site will be open each weekday from 8:45 a.m. to 7 p.m. through early voting, except on Friday, Nov. 4, when locations close at 5 p.m. All five early voting locations will be open this weekend, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The early voting locations are:
The Unitarian Universalist Church
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Recreation Center
Worcester Senior Center
Clark University, Higgins Center
Worcester State University, May Street Building
You can search online to find out when and where to vote early. Voters can also cast a ballot by mail by sending an early ballot application to the city or town election official, who will then mail a ballot.
Why is this even necessary? Was there a demand for this? We have a process for casting ballots if you can’t vote on election day. It’s called an “absentee ballot.” But apparently that’s not enough to entice the deadbeats to do their civic duty. Because the Kevin Ksen rape van only has so many miles in it if all the voting takes place on one day. That’s what these people do – they arrange rides for slug rakes who don’t care enough on their own to show up and vote, and they drive them to the polls. And on the way over what do you think the topic of conversation is in the car? A quick crash course on the importance of voting for the person whose campaign funds are paying for the gas and donuts.
Anyone who thinks this has anything to do with helping poor people, or the disadvantaged who REALLY want to vote but can’t make it down on election day, is a moron. This is about machine politics. The longer the election process the more bums and elderly they can pick up and vote how the machine tells them to vote. Look no further than McGovern Crime Family Lieutenant Mayor Joe Petty:
Do you think he would be encouraging people to go the polls if he wasn’t confident they weren’t gonna vote for his guys? Of course not. He wants you to show up and vote for his woman-beating friend Moses Dixon. Because the more information that comes out, the worse his candidate is gonna look. He wants you to give him a buzz and let him know where he can find 10 more idiots who can be coaxed into voting for Dan Donahue, Hillary Clinton, and Jim McGovern for a donut and a free ride to the polls. If you’re too lazy to show up on election day, then just don’t vote. There’s nothing wrong with not voting if you have no fucking clue what you’re talking about.
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