You don’t have to use the mail to return a mail-in ballot in Boston

Of course, there’s absolutely no reason why somebody might suddenly not trust the US Postal Service with their mail-in ballots, nope, but just in case, there are a couple of ways for Bostonians to return mail-in ballots without popping them into a mailbox, according to the Boston Elections Department.

The Elections Department has a drop box at City Hall, next to the main entrance, that’s available 9 to 5 on weekdays.

But also, you can drop your ballot off at early voting locations across the city between Aug. 22 and Aug. 28. Here’s a list of locations by date.

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