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MLB''s Fenway Park readies for early voting

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Early voting in the U.S. presidential election gets underway this weekend in Massachusetts. Registered voters in Boston will cast ballots at Fenway Park from Saturday to Sunday, with other locations being open through October 30. (Oct. 16)
 
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News video: Fenway Park Among 21 Early Voting Stations In Boston Open On Saturday

Fenway Park Among 21 Early Voting Stations In Boston Open On Saturday 02:20

The Red Sox are opening Fenway Park on Saturday as one of the early voting stations in Boston. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.

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