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Weekly Election Update 10.11.11

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Ohio SoS Husted reminds voters that today is the deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 2011 election. Get more info.

CT SoS Merrill tweets a reminder about approaching voter registration deadlines. Get more info.

The Oklahoma St. Election Bd. shares polling place locator for those headed to the polls today for the Sen. District 43 special election.

Wake Co. NC Board of Elections tweets that today is Election Day. Polls open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Find your polling place.

Alameda Co. CA’s registrar of voters tweets that Oct. 24 is registration deadline for the Nov. 8 election. Find out more.

Luzerne Co. PA reminds voters that today is the voter registration deadline. Get more info.

Louisiana’s secretary of state reminds voters that early voting is this week and Oct. 22 is the primary. Get ballot info from the GeauxVote mobile app.

The Williamson Co. TX Elections Dept. is conducting a public logic and accuracy test of its electronic voting equipment today at 10 a.m. Find out more.

EAC gathers information for this weekly update from Twitter. Follow EACgov and our nationwide election official list to get daily updates. 

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