Vote on Paper

I don’t know how to bump a previous post to the top of the page so I’ll just link to it,and remind you to vote on paper no matter where you live.

If you are still holding an absentee ballot, you can take it to the courthouse by 9 pm Tuesday, or you can call your political party and have them send a courier to get it. You can also surrender it at your local polling place and vote on a fresh ballot at the polls. Do not mail absentee ballots on election day.

Polls open at 7 am and close at 9 pm. Call your auditor to confirm your polling place or your registration.

Identification is not required at the polls but a pollworker is permitted to ask for some if the worker does not know you. Many things will satisfy the pollworker: a paycheck, a utility bill, a government ID card.

After the polls close, go back to see if they posted the results in the window.

Thanks for voting. “If you don’t turn on to politics, politics will turn on you.”

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