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Voter Registration Deadline is Wednesday
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BOSTON (AP) -- If you want a vote in choosing the next president, time is running out to register. All city and town halls in Massachusetts will remain open until 8 p-m Wednesday to allow people to fill out papers to vote in the November 2nd general election.
   Registration forms may also be sent by mail, if they are post-marked by Wednesday. To be eligible to vote, a person must be a U-S citizen, a resident of Massachusetts, and over 18. People who have moved to a different city or town must register again in their new communities. Registration forms are available in city and town halls, and online. No photocopies are allowed.
   For the "truly desperate," Secretary of State Bill Galvin says employees from his office will be available at the main Boston postal annex near South Station as long as voters are still coming in, up until midnight.

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