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May Primary Early Voting Begins

Story By: Greg Heindel



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  Original Published: 4/1/2014Early voting is underway for the May 6th primary election. Richland County Board of Elections Director Paulette Hankins cast the first ballot at eight o'clock this morning, as she has done for 25-years, encompassing at least 50 elections. She does this to test the voting machines, and to set an example for the public to vote early in case they become too busy to vote on election day. The Board of Elections office is open weekdays from 8 am to 5 pm, except on Monday April 7th when it's open until 9 pm for voter registration and early voting. It will also be open Saturday May 3rd from 8 am to noon. You can also vote early by mail. Send your request for a ballot to 1495 West Longview Avenue, Suite 101, Mansfield, 44906.
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