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Weekly Election Update 4.18.13

from: Jessica Myers on Apr 18, 2013


We will post an Election update blog every Thursday in an effort to summarize the elections and election deadlines each week for 2013. If you have additional information, requests, or corrections, please submit a comment below, via Twitter @EACgov or email Jessica Myers at jmyers@eac.gov.
Elections next week:
April 16, 2013:
·         Special Election, Washington (State). The Special Election in Washington is open to all registered voters in counties holding an election. All ballots must be returned by 8:00 PM on Election Day. More information is available here.
·         Special Election, Washington, D.C. This Special Election in Washington, D.C. is open to all registered voters. Polls are open from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM. More information is available here.
Other Highlights:
·         Washington, D.C. - Early voting for the April 23 Special Election is available from April 8 through April 20, 2013.
·         Connecticut - April 22, 2013 is the voter registration deadline for the May 6, 2013 Election.
·         Louisiana - Early voting for the April 30 Election is available from April 20 through April 27, 2013.
·         Pennsylvania - April 22, 2013 is the voter registration deadline for the May 21, 2013 Election.
·         Washington –Early voting for the April 23 Special Election is available from April 5 through April 22, 2013.
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Weekly Election Update 4.18.13

EAC's Election update blog posts summarize the elections and deadlines for 2013.