Does your precinct have a municipal election on March 13th? Go here to find out.
Many voters can’t see the point in taking time off on Municipal Election Day to vote for one or two Council candidates.
If you vote by mail,
- the ballot comes to you in the mail,
- you don’t have to take time off from work to vote, and
- you’re being a committed voting citizen!
Most voters don’t vote in Municipal elections. If you feel it’s too much trouble to go to the polls to vote for one or two candidates — then you don’t vote — and you “elect” Republicans. Remember, non-voting Democrats elect Republicans!
But if you receive a ballot in the mail, your chances of doing your civic duty are quite high!
Mail ballots are sent to your home between 35 and 28 days before election day. This year you will probably receive yours around February 13th.
Status of Your Absentee Ballot
Do you know if your absentee ballot request is current? To easily find out, use the voter information lookup here [[at: http://tinyurl.com/7dvp2vv]]