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Weekly Election Update 12.20.11

from: on Dec 20, 2011

The Franklin Co., OH Board of Elections has certified candidates and issues for the March 6, 2012 primary election.

The Linn Co., IA elections office tweets that it’s testing the caucus look up tool and it may go live this week.

The Federal Voting Assistance Program and the D.C. Office of Elections and Ethics will be registering voters at the Military Bowl next week. Look for the blue tent in Military Village at RFK Stadium.

The Champaign Co., IL clerk is tweeting updates about the ballot creation process. And he reminds voters that absentee voting begins on February 9, 2012.

Clay Co., FL Supervisor of Elections Chris Chambless tweets a reminder that the deadline to register to vote or change party affiliation is January 2, 2012.

The Oregon Elections Division announces that ballots for the January 31 special election were mailed to military and overseas voters last weekend.

Duval Co., FL Supervisor of Elections Jerry Holland tweets a reminder about the online voter status lookup tool.

Martin Co., FL is looking for poll workers. Sign up online.

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