Absentee voting open for June 12 election

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On my lunch break: 1%. Of course, if you have questions, call the Clerk and Recorders Office at 375-6550 or check their website. "Why or why not?"

Early voting ends Friday, May 18, 2018. Only 107 of 1,978 registered voters took part, 5.4 percent.

Scheer said she was disappointed in the voter turnout.

Three school board seats will be determined in the November election from the six candidates who advanced. Prior to this, the lowest turnout was the 34.9 percent recorded in the 1998 primary. A fifth, Orangefield ISD, schedules its elections every other November with none in this budget year. "Also, Nebraskans will be voting on 17 of 24 contested legislative races that will be on the ballot".

Each vote in that election cost $29.73.

Scheer said the process of scanning in the votes went smoothly and was completed by 10 p.m. Tuesday.

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"I would hesitate to make any assertions about trajectory of turnout, because we have added in Oregon Motor Voter registrants", Gronke said, "And so they will nearly by definition pull down our overall turnout numbers, for good reason: we've added people into the registration system that were previously sort of detached from the political system". I'm so thankful for all the voters that come out, but do I wish more would come out?

Viator said the best turnout he's seen in Vidor was 3,400 who voted in an election that sanctioned the sale of beer and wine in the city.

When you raise your hand to run for public office, when you volunteer to get involved in a campaign for a bond measure or an initiative, you're signing up for sacrifice, whether it's a seemingly endless series of campaign forums or weekend days knocking of doors of mostly disinterested citizens.

Ravalli County Election Administrator Regina Plettenberg said that over a thousand absentee ballots already have been filled out and returned to her office in advance of the June 5th Primary election.

The cost per vote this year in those county-wide elections is $19.70.

Bob Goodlatte in Virginia's 6th District for the House.

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