In general, these laws apply only to in-person voting and not mail-in ballots. Voter-registration forms are available from the Texas Secretary of State's website, votetexas.gov, or at the Elections Office, 178 E. Mill St., Suite 101.
Absentee ballots must be in by 7 p.m. election night or they will not be counted. If you need to request a ballot by mail, we advise applying as early as possible to account for any potential delays in mail delivery. Note that all Prince William County Offices will be closed on Monday, October 10, in observance of Columbus Day.
The registration deadline for the November 8, 2016 General Election is Friday October 14, 2016. While it is not true early voting - participants will still need to apply for an absentee ballot - the September 23 date gives Minnesotans among the first cracks at casting ballots for November in the nation.
In-person absentee voting begins in Fairfax County on Friday, Sept. 23 at the Fairfax County Government Center. Still, they are of interest because, unlike polls, they deal with actual voters either casting ballots or taking their first steps to do so.
Teams of volunteers will assemble at retail shops, groceries, gyms and public events around the nation to coordinate this mass voter-registration drive.
Questions regarding absentee voting may be directed to the Auditor's office at 641-585-3412.
This is the first presidential election year voters will be able to take advantage of no-excuses absentee ballots. Currently, Jaqua reports more than 90,200 people are registered to vote in Comal County, Jaqua said. Secretary of State Shantel Krebs is encouraging people to review a sample ballot before voting since the ballot is so long this year, she said.
Democrats have a larger abroad operation than Republicans, as Democrats hold a primary election specifically for overseas voters while Republicans do not. Ballots received after Election Day can not be counted. The likelihood that any voter who shows up early is going to regret their vote before Election Day was slim, even if there were a catastrophic event that impacted one of the candidates.
- North Early Vote Center, 2100 Plymouth Ave.
For more information on voting and the election, please visit www.MNvotes.org or go to www.co.dakota.mn.us and search "voting and elections".