Early voting begins August 16

Published: Thursday, July 17, 2014 at 12:33 PM.

HOLMES COUNTY - Supervisor of Elections Debbie Wilcox Morris has announced early voting dates and locations for this year's primary elections.

“Being an involved voter has become more and more important in today's world,” said Morris. “It is important for today's voters to be well informed in order to participate effectively in the elections process. The more you know in advance of Election Day, the more pleasant your voting experience will be.”

Voters who still have a conflict with the designated voting times for Early Voting or Election Day, can still vote using a mail absentee ballot. To request an absentee ballot, call the Elections Office at 547-1107.

Voters who want to vote early should remember to bring an acceptable form of photo and signature identification with them. 

Rudd also tells voters her staff is ready to help and answer any questions voters may have about early voting.

“Early Voting provides a more convenient alternative to traditional Election Day voting and for those who are unable to make it to their polling place on Election Day, they have the option to vote early when it better fits his or her schedule,” said Morris. “At least 30 days before Election Day, the Supervisor of Elections will announce the locations and times for Early Voting.  If the voter still has a conflict with the designated voting times for Early Voting or Election Day, he or she can still vote using a Mail (Absentee) Ballot.”

Primary Election Early Voting Times:



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