Republican Gov. Charlie Baker signed legislation that will allow all voters in Massachusetts to cast their ballots by mail in the upcoming elections.
The Massachusetts Secretary of State’s office announced the passage of the legislation on Monday and noted that the decision allows voters to vote by mail without needing to provide an excuse in the primary and general elections in 2020. Everyone who registered to vote by Wednesday will be sent an application to receive a mail-in ballot, and those who have not registered can still apply for a mail-in ballot.
The office noted that all mail-in ballots will need to be postmarked four days before the