"This is taking favorite things of Boston, the Red Sox and voting, and putting them together," Christopher Atwood, a warden managing the poll workers at Fenway Park told WBZ's Suzanne Sausville.
Voters can cast their ballots in the Third Base Concourse using the Gate A entrance located on Jersey Street. After casting ballots, voters have an opportunity to see the field and take photos with four World Series trophies at the park.
"The voting process is our only way through these terrible terrible situations we encounter daily and so to be able to vote at Fenway, well that's just outstanding," Ann said after casting her ballot.
The park will only be open to voters who live inside the city limits and will be a city-wide polling location with ballots for every precinct, according to Fenway Park.
"I would prefer the Red Sox be in the playoffs, but if the Red Sox can't be in the playoffs then at least we're having early voting and that's a really good use of our time," Atwood said.
Voters can cast an early vote at Fenway Park on Saturday, October 29, and Sunday, October 30, from 11 A.M. to 7 P.M.