After what feels like an eternity, Election Day is finally here. Make sure you go out and cast your vote. Polling stations are open in Massachusetts from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Massachusetts is expected to break the record for voter turnout during today's elections, according to Secretary of State William Galvin. He said in a press conference the state expects more than 3.6 million votes to be cast, through early voting, mail-in ballots, and in-person voting. This would exceed the record set in the 2016 general election by some 300,000 votes.

In addition to casting votes for President and other elected officials, Massachusetts will vote on two Ballot Questions:

Question 1

The first ballot question seeks to expand the state's 2013 "Right-to-Repair" law, which allows independent mechanics to access data from a car's computer system so they can find and fix problems. Read more here.

Question 2

With Question 2, voters have the option of establishing a “ranked-choice” system, which involves ranking candidates on the ballot in order of their preference. Read more here.

Mail-In Ballots 

If you still have a mail-in ballot, turn your ballot in at a dropbox location in your city or town, often located at City Hall. If you're not sure where a secure ballot box is located, call your local voter registrars office.

Polling stations will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

WHERE TO VOTE:

In Pittsfield:

  • Wards 1A & 1B-Reid Middle School, 950 North Street
  • Ward 2A-Morningside School, 100 Burbank Street
  • Ward 2B-Somerset Fire Station, 9 Somerset Avenue
  • Ward 3A-Providence Court, 379 East Street
  • Ward 3B-Egremont School, 84 Egremont Avenue
  • Ward 4A-Herberg Middle School, 501 Pomeroy Avenue
  • Ward 4B-Williams School, 50 Bushey Road
  • Wards 5A & 5B-Berkshire Athenaeum (Pittsfield Library), 1 Wendell Avenue
  • Ward 6A-Columbia Arms Housing, 65 Columbus Avenue
  • Ward 6B-Conte Community School, 200 West Union Street
  • Ward 7A-Pecks Road Fire Station, 54 Pecks Road
  • Ward 7B-Capeless Elementary School, 86 Brooks Avenue

Not sure what ward you live in? The Ward Map can help you find your designation.

Any last minute questions? Pittsfield's Voter Registrars Office at City Hall will be open throughout voting hours and can be reached at (413) 499-9460.

Adams: Department of Public Works Garage, North Summer Street

Becket: Town Hall, Main Street

Chesire: Community Senior Center, 119 School Street

Clarksburg: Senior Center, Cross Road

Dalton: Community Center, Main Street

Egremont: Fire Station, Egremont Plain Road

Florida: Town Offices, 379 Mohawk Trail

Great Barrington: Precincts A, C, D - Fire Station, 27 State Road, Precinct B - Housatonic Community Center, Main Street

Hancock: Hancock School, Route 43

Hinsdale: Town Hall, South Street

Lanesboro: Town Hall, 83 North Main Street

Lee: Crossway Village, 21 Crossway

Lenox: Town Hall, Walker Street

Monterey: Fire Hall, Main Road

Mount Washington: Town Hall, East Street

New Ashford: Town Hall, Mallory Road

New Marlboro: Town Hall, Mill River Southfield Road

North Adams: Polls open at 8 a.m. for municipal elections

  •  All five wards at St. Elizabeth's Parish Center, 70 Marshall Street

Otis: Town Hall, Mallory Road

Peru: Community Center, East Main Street

Richmond: Town Hall, State Road

Sandisfield: Old Town Hall, Silverbrook Road

Savoy: Senior Center, 720 Main Road

Sheffield: Town Hall, State Road

Stockbridge: Town Hall, Main Street

Tyringham: Town Hall, Main Road

Washington: Town Hall, Summit Road

West Stockbridge: Village School, State Line Road

Williamstown: Williamstown Elementary School, 115 Church Street, Use the School Street lot and entrance.

Windsor: Town Hall, Route 9

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