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It's time for the 2014 Elections
Here are some notes you should know before voting
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For BOC District 2 click here.

For State Rep. District 112 click here.

Early or Advance Voting

Beginning on the fourth Monday prior to Election Day, voters can cast a ballot in person at the Board of Elections Office during regular business hours. The office is open Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Voters must complete and sign an application and provide one of the six acceptable forms of identification (Identification Requirements). No reason is required to cast a ballot in person.

The last day to vote in office at the Board of Elections is the Friday prior to any election. After that day, voters would need to go to their assigned polling location on Election Day in order to vote.

Election Day

On Election Day, voters can cast a ballot at their polling location between the hours of 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voters will be required to present one of the six acceptable forms of identification (Identification Requirements) in order to cast their ballot. Voters can visit the Secretary of State’s My Voter Page (MVP) to locate their polling place.

Voters who do not have proper identification will be allowed to cast a provisional ballot that will only be accepted if the voter provides the required identification to the Board of Elections and Registration Office within the time period for verifying provisional ballots.

For information on the Board of Commissioners, District 2 candidates look here:

For information on the State Representative District 112 candidates look here: