2014 Guía de Candidatos para la Elección Primaria

2014 Guía de Candidatos para la Elección Primaria

 

Elecion Primaria

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Dia de Eleccion

Centros de conveniencia de votación serán utilizados para las votaciones Primarias y Generales del 2014. Usted va a poder votar en cualquier locación abierta el día de elección.
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Votación Temprana

Dos modos de votar temprano en persona.

Votación Temprana en persona en la oficina del Escribano del Condado - Empezando 28 días antes del día de elección y en días avilés y el último sábado antes de la Elección puede usted votar en la oficina del escribano del Condado.  Los horarios son de 8am-5pm en días avilés y 11am-7pm el último Sábado antesde la elección.

Votación temprana en persona – 6 de Mayo 2014 al 31 de Mayo 2014

Votación temprana en lugares alternativos - Votación en locaciones alternativas comenzaran el tercer Sábado previo a el día de Elección y terminan el Sábado previo al día de Elección. Estas locaciones estarán abiertas todos los días excepto el domingo y lunes. Los horarios son los siguientes Martes a Sábado 11am—7pm.

Votación temprana en lugares alternativos – 17 de Mayo 2014 al 31 Mayo 2014

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Absentee Voting

Absentee Voting is a 4 step process:

1.       Fill out the absentee application and mail it or deliver it to the County Clerk’s Office.

2.       If you qualify for Absentee Voting, the County Clerk’s Office will mail you your absentee ballot beginning on May 6, 2014. If you do not qualify the County Clerk will mail you a letter explaining why.

3.       When you receive your ballot, fill out all the paperwork and the ballot. Using the envelopes provided, mail everything back to the County Clerk’s Office.

4.       The County Clerk’s Office will then record the date and time it was received and store your ballot until Election Day when the Absentee Precinct Board will count all accepted absentee ballots.

Click here to download the Absentee Voting Application

Absentee Voting Schedule
May 6, 2014 – Qualified applications will begin to be mailed ballots.
June 3, 2014 – All ballots must be returned by 7 p.m.

Click here for more information on Absentee Voting

 

General Election

Voting Convenience Centers will be used for voting in the 2014 Primary and General Elections. This means you will be able to vote at any of the locations open on Election Day.

Click here for a list of all Election Day voting locations

La lista de todas las Oficinas y Candidatos estara disponible despues de la Eleccion Primaria

 

Election Day

Voting Convenience Centers will be used for voting in the 2014 Primary and General Elections. This means you will be able to vote at any of the locations open on Election Day.
Click here for a list of all Election Day voting locations.

Early Voting

There are two ways to vote early in person.

Early Voting Via Absentee In-Person Voting at the County Clerk’s Office - Beginning the 28th day prior to Election Day you can vote in the County Clerk’s office on regular business days and the last Saturday prior to Election Day. The hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on regular business days, and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on the last Saturday prior to Election Day.

Absentee In-Person Voting Schedule – October 7, 2014 through November 29, 2014

Early Voting at Alternate Locations - Alternate voting locations will open starting the third Saturday prior to Election Day and ending on the Saturday prior to Election Day. These locations will be open each day except Sundays and Mondays. The hours of operation are Tuesday through Friday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Alternate Voting Locations Schedule – October 15, 2014 through October 29, 2014

Click here for a list of Alternate Voting Locations and more information on Early Voting.

Absentee Voting

Absentee Voting is a 4 step process:

1.       Fill out the absentee application and mail it or deliver it to the County Clerk’s Office.

2.       If you qualify for Absentee Voting, the County Clerk’s Office will mail you your absentee ballot beginning on October 7, 2014. If you do not qualify the County Clerk will mail you a letter explaining why.

3.       When you receive your ballot, fill out all the paperwork and the ballot. Using the envelopes provided, mail everything back to the County Clerk’s Office.

4.       The County Clerk’s Office will then record the date and time it was received and store your ballot until Election Day when the Absentee Precinct Board will count all absentee ballots.

Click here to download the Absentee Voting Application

Absentee Voting Schedule
October 7, 2014 – Qualified applications will begin to be mailed ballots.
November 4, 2014 – All ballots must be returned by 7 p.m.

Click here for more information on Absentee Voting.