Wednesday is the final day Massachusetts residents can register to vote ahead of the November 5th elections.
Sixty communities across the state will hold municipal elections that day, plus voters in a few other Western Massachusetts towns will also vote in a special election to replace former state Sen. Mike Knapik of Westfield.
To cast a ballot for those races, residents need to be registered by the end of the day Wednesday.
The state says towns and cities with more than 1500 registered voters have to accept paperwork all day until 8 p.m. Smaller communities have fewer hours they’re required to be open.
Connecticut voters have a bit more time to register. They can do so by mail through next Tuesday, and have an extra week of registering in-person.
Massachusetts towns and cities voting on November 5th
Agawam, Amesbury, Attleboro, Ayer, Barnstable, Beverly, Boston, Braintree, Brockton, Cambridge, Chelsea, Chicopee, Easthampton, Everett, Fall River, Fitchburg, Franklin, Gardner, Gloucester, Granville, Great Barrington, Harvard, Haverhill, Holyoke, Lawrence, Leominster, Lowell, Lynn, Malden, Marlborough, Medford, Melrose, Methuen, Montgomery, New Bedford, Newburyport, Newton, North Adams, Northampton, Palmer, Peabody, Pittsfield, Provincetown, Quincy, Randolph, Revere, Russell, Salem, Saugus, Shrewsbury, Somerville, Southampton, Southwick, Springfield, Stockbridge, Taunton, Tolland, Waltham, Watertown, West Springfield, West Stockbridge, Westfield, Weymouth, Winthrop, Woburn and Worcester. (Source: Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth)