Your ballots are in the mail for the June 7th Primary Elections. You should begin to receive yours within this week if you have already registered to vote. If you do not get yours by May 17th you can reach out to your elections office. Once ready you can bring your ballot to the elections office or choose to mail it. Be mindful your ballot must be postmarked or delivered by Election day at 5 p.m. Ballots that are received by June 7 will be counted that day, but all of the ballots won’t be totaled until the following week. Election offices are allowed seven days for postmarked ballots to arrive for counting. Certified election results do not get determined until two weeks after Election day. If you have not registered you have until May 23rd to do so.
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