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Weekly Election Update 7.16.12

from: Jessica Myers on Jul 16, 2012


We will post an Election update blog every Monday in an effort to summarize the elections and election deadlines each week until all primaries, special elections, and general elections scheduled for 2012 are finished. If you have additional information, requests, or corrections, please submit them via Twitter @EACgov or email Jessica Myers at jmyers@eac.gov. Also, please visit our 2012 Election Calendar.
Elections this week:
North Carolina, Second Primary. This Primary is open to voters who cast ballots in June’s Republican and Democratic primaries. These voters can only vote on the ballot of the party they voted on in June; unaffiliated voters cannot vote in this Primary. Polls are open 6:30 AM – 7:30 PM. More information is available here.
Other Highlights:
·         Florida – July 16, 2012 is the voter registration deadline for the August 14, 2012 Primary Election.
·         GeorgiaEarly voting for the July 31, 2012 Primary began July 9, 2012.
·         Kansas – July 17, 2012 is the voter registration deadline for the August 7, 2012 Primary Election. Early voting for the Primary begins July 18, 2012.
·         TennesseeEarly voting for the July 31, 2012 Primary began July 13, 2012.
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Weekly Election Update 7.16.12

EAC posts an election update blog each week to summarize information on upcoming primaries, special elections, and the general election