Kentucky residents have 2 weeks to register for May 22 primary elections

Kentucky residents have 2 weeks to register for May 22 primary elections

Kentucky residents have 2 weeks to register for May 22 primary elections

Anita Bradley, Returning Officer for Oxford City Council, said: "With one week to go before the deadline there is still time to register to make sure you can take part in the City Council election on 3 May".

We encourage you to make plans now to vote in the upcoming primary. May 8. Voters can deliver ballots in person to the county election office or mail them.

Pennsylvania law requires a closed primary, meaning only voters registered as Democrats or Republicans will select nominees to represent their party in the November 6 general election. "But if you're not registered by 17 April, you won't be able to vote".

Be at least 18 years old on or before the General Election.

As of January, the Secretary's office had canceled 86,403 registrations that were determined to be deceased, outdated, duplicated or that of convicted felons.

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In addition, voters can familiarize themselves with the voting system they will use in their home county on Election Day. The status will change to "active" once the resident votes in an election. IDs are also required for early voting.

Queen said the biggest concern for the WVSOS office was ensuring no voter "is disenfranchised". The new law will have state workers informing residents they will be registered to vote unless they decline. The number, the campaign notes, is also approximately 50 percent of the number of voters who voted in the last Democratic NY-23 Congressional primary in 2012.

Forms of ID accepted include driver licenses, hunting licenses and a bank or debit card.

The WVSOS office is working with county clerks and other groups to get information to the public.

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