Three weeks and a day.
Hard to believe it, but early voting in this year’s general election begins in a mere 22 days.
With a slew of local contested races on this year’s ballot, participation should be high. Maybe almost as high as a presidential election year. At least, we hope it is.
We’re not going to tell you who to vote for, but we will tell you to get out and vote. Make your voices heard.
Some people, who have been studying the races for weeks and months, will be among the first to cast their ballots when the registrars’ offices begin accepting votes on Friday, Sept. 22. Others, who are unsure of one or more of the races, may choose to wait it out, to hear what the candidates say at the various forums and other events. Others, even if they have already made up their minds, still prefer to wait until the polls open on Nov. 7 and go to their precinct to cast their ballot, in keeping with tradition. If you want to vote by mail, Oct. 27 is the deadline to submit your req...
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