As we near the November 8th General Election, I thought it would be a good time to remind everyone of important dates and times. We have had several inquiries regarding registering to vote, making a party change and other election related questions.
Currently – Mail-In Ballots are being sent out daily. Call our office to request an application.
October 7th- Inspection of Voting Equipment at 8:30 a.m. at the Clerk’s Office.
October 10th – Walk in Absentee Voting begins during normal business hours.
October 11th – Last day to Register to Vote or make a change before the November 8th General Election.
November 1st – Last day to submit a Mail-In Ballot Application. (USPS delivery may not allow for adequate time for delivery and mail to be received by Election Day)
November 2nd – Ballot to be printed in the Anderson News.
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