As our neighbors in New Hampshire take to the polls today, don’t forget to register to vote in Massachusetts’ presidential primary before the deadline on Wednesday, Feb. 10.
The state’s primary for the 2016 presidential election is scheduled for March 1.
Secretary of State William Galvin last year rolled out a new online registration site – where, his office has said, it takes only a few minutes to sign up or update voter information.
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According to Galvin, 70,000 people have used the site to register or change their enrollment status, the Boston Herald reported on Saturday.
Bostonians can also register at City Hall or via the City Hall To Go truck.
City and state officials have been reminding potential voters of the deadline.
Tomorrow is the DEADLINE to Register to vote / Update your registration(address/party) before the March 1st primary! https://t.co/rs6ybHlaFq— Boston Election Dept (@BostonElections) February 9, 2016