Voting in the Runoff

Here are the Rules

Seth Stokes
June 21, 2018 - 9:44 am
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Who may vote in a run-off primary?
a. Voters who voted in the Primary on Tuesday, June 12th. (MUST vote with the same party)
b. Voters who did not vote in any primary on Tuesday, June 12th, and wish to vote, may do so. These voters will choose a party.

If a voter cast a ballot in the Primary election on Tuesday, June 12th, they CANNOT vote in the OTHER political party primary runoff. The voter MUST participate with the political party chosen on June 12th. Once a voter makes a choice, they may not change to another party’s runoff.

THESE CHOICES ONLY AFFECT JUNE 12TH AND JUNE 26TH PRIMARY VOTING.
VOTERS MAY VOTE FOR ANY CANDIDATE ON THE BALLOT IN THE GENERAL ELECTION ON NOVEMBER 6TH , INCLUDING WRITE-IN VOTES, IF THEY WISH.

Polling places open at 7 am and will close at 7 pm on June 26th.

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