Monday, June 30, 2014
Early absentee voting for the primary runoff election begins June 30.
"Any eligible registered voter desiring to vote in advance during this period may do so in person at the Voter Registration Main Office," says public information officer Peter Nichols.
No reason is required for early voting. Anyone wishing to cast their vote early can either request an absentee by mail ballot or vote in person. Both options end July 18.
Voters must vote for the same party that they did in the primary. For instance, those who voted Democrat in the primary must vote either Democrat or non-partisan in the runoff, if their county offers the non-partisan option.
The runoff election begins July 22 at 7 a.m.
Voters can find their polling location at My Voter Page.