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    EARLY VOTING STARTS MONDAY for the Nov. 7th. elections

    GA. Early voting starts Monday


    • By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL
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    • Oct. 14, 2017 - 6:21 PM




    Early voting for the Nov. 7 election starts Monday.

    Cowetans can vote in person at two early voting locations, or by mail with an absentee ballot.

    In-person sites are at the Coweta Voter Registration Office, 22 East Broad St. in downtown Newnan or at the Central Community Center, 65 Literary Lane, Newnan, near the intersection of Lower Fayetteville Road and Ga. Hwy. 154.
    Early voting is 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday until Nov. 3. There will be one day of Saturday voting, on Oct. 28 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    Paper absentee ballots can be mailed out starting Monday as well. To request an absentee ballot, contact the voter registration office at 770-254-2615.
    A vote on the extension of Coweta’s Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax will be on the ballot for all of Coweta. Voters will decide whether to renew the 1-percent sales tax, which expires at the end of 2018. If approved, the new SPLOST will begin on Jan. 1, 2019 and last for six years. The money is divided among Coweta County and its municipalities, and goes to fund a pre-determined set of capital projects. SPLOST money cannot be used for salaries or operations, only capital improvement projects, such as buildings, roads, and parks, and equipment and vehicles such as public safety radios, fire engines and patrol cars.
    There will also be elections for city council seats in Senoia, Grantville, Turin, Sharpsburg and Palmetto. Voters in Grantville will also be asked to modify the the current terms of Mayor Doug Jewell and two council members so that future city elections will always be in odd-numbered years, two years apart. Currently, two council seats and the mayor are elected on even-numbered years, with the other two seats the following year.
    For more information on elections, contact Coweta Elections Superintendent Jane Scoggins at 678-854-0015.

    http://times-herald.com/news/2017/10...-starts-monday

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    Ohio Voter Registration Deadline Tuesday; Early Voting Starts Wednesday

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    Wednesday begins Ohio's period of early voting, for both absentee ... year, which is typical in odd years, unlike last year, a presidential election ...
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    N.M. Early voting kicks off next week


    Updated: 2:04 PM MDT Oct 16, 2017

    Beginning next week registered voters can place their early votes for the next Mayor of Albuquerque.

    Whether you’re Team Keller or Team Lewis – here is where you can place your final votes:


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    Early voting will be available from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday beginning October 25th and running until November 10.

    If early voting isn’t your thing, you can vote on Election Day, November 14th anytime between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m

    http://www.koat.com/article/early-vo...-week/13029957

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    Off-year elections
    Election day November 7
    Congressional special elections
    Seats contested 7 House seats and 1 Senate seat
    Net change 0
    Map of 2017 special congressional elections
    Democratic hold Democratic gain

    Republican hold Republican gain Not yet held
    Gubernatorial elections
    Seats contested 2
    Map of the 2017 gubernatorial races
    Term-limited Democrat Term-limited Republican No election

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    United States elections, 2017


    The 2017 United States elections will be held (for the most part) on Tuesday, November 7, 2017.

    This off-year election will feature gubernatorial elections in Virginia and New Jersey, as well as state legislative elections in both houses of the New Jersey Legislature and in the lower house of the Virginia legislature.

    Numerous citizen initiatives, mayoral races, and a variety of other local elections will also occur. Five Special elections to the United States House of Representatives have already taken place, with two other House seats and one Senate seat still to be filled.


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    Federal elections

    The following special elections will be held to replace Senators or Representatives who resigned in the 115th U.S. Congress:
    Senate[edit]

    • Alabama Class 2: Incumbent Senator Jeff Sessions was confirmed by the Senate to serve as United States Attorney General on February 8, 2017, and subsequently resigned from the Senate. Governor Robert J. Bentley chose Luther Strange, the Attorney General of Alabama, to succeed Sessions, filling the seat until the special election takes place. Although he had the power to schedule an election in 2017, Bentley decided to align it with the 2018 general election. Following Bentley's resignation in April 2017, Governor Kay Ivey decided to reschedule the elections. The primary election took place on August 15 with Doug Jones winning the Democratic nomination. Roy Moore was nominated as the Republican candidate on September 26. The general election is scheduled for December 12.[1]

    House of Representatives[edit]



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    State/territorial elections[edit]

    Gubernatorial[edit]

    Main article: United States gubernatorial elections, 2017

    Two states will hold gubernatorial elections in 2017:




    Legislative
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    The two states holding gubernatorial elections are also holding legislative elections:



    As part of a federal court ruling that invalidated its state legislative districts, the North Carolina General Assembly was ordered to hold special elections in the fall of 2017 with updated district lines. However, the US Supreme Court has put a hold on the 2017 election until it rules on the matter.[13][14]


    Special elections
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    A February 25 special election for the Delaware Senate seat left vacant by Bethany Hall-Long when she became the state's lieutenant governor was won by Democrat Stephanie Hansen. The race attracted national attention not only because control of the state senate turned on it, but because Democrats nationwide, eager to see their opposition to Donald Trump count at the ballot box, donated to Hansen in great numbers, to the point that she and a friendly political action committee spent over a million dollars on the contest, a record both for a special election in Delaware and any race for that state's legislature.[15]
    An April 18 special election[16] for the Georgia Senate seat left vacated by Judson Hill[17]when he decided to run for US Congress 6th district seat vacated by Tom Price who was appointed Health and Human Services Secretary. Democratic candidate Christine Triebsch[18] and Republican Candidate Kay Kirkpatrick[19] ran for the vacated Georgia State Senate seat, which was won by Kirkpatrick.

    There was a special election in the heavily Republican New York Assembly District 9 on May 23, which was won by Democrat Christine Pellegrino 58–42. Trump had won the district with 60% of the vote.[20]


    As of September 13, Democrats have picked up a total of six Republican held seats as a result of special elections. This includes the New York Assembly seat picked up by Christine Pellegrino, two seats in the New Hampshire House of Representatives as well as two more in the Oklahoma House of Representatives, and one seat in the Oklahoma Senate.[21] Republicans picked up a total of one seat, in the Louisiana House of Representatives where Republican John Stefanski won a special election to the seat vacated by Democratic incumbent Jack Montoucet, who resigned to be appointed Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries by Governor John Bel Edwards.[22]


    On September 26, Democrats flipped two more Republican-held seats. One was the Florida Senate seat formerly held by Frank Artiles, who had resigned after using racial slurs to describe fellow legislators. The seat was won by Annette Taddeo with 51% of the vote. The other was a seat in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, the third seat in that legislative body to change to Democratic control in 2017. [23]


    On October 24 a special election will be held to elect a new State Representative for Strafford 13 in the New Hampshire House of Representatives.[24]


    Puerto Rican status referendum
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    Main article: Puerto Rican status referendum, 2017

    A referendum regarding the political status of Puerto Rico was held on June 11. Puerto Rican voters were asked whether they prefer statehood, independence/free association, or maintain the current U.S. territorial status. This was the fifth such plebiscite overall, and the first one since 2012.[25] Because there were almost 500,000 blank ballots in that 2012 referendum, creating confusion as to the voters' true desire, Congress decided to ignore that vote and then subsequently allocated funds for holding this 2017 one.[26][27]

    97% of the voters chose statehood in the referendum, though turnout was only at 23%.[28]


    New York Constitutional Convention
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    Main article: New York state Constitutional Convention of 2018

    Every 20 years, New York state is required to place before the voters a proposal to hold a constitutional convention the following year. This will take place in November 2017.


    Local elections
    [edit]


    Various elections will be held for officeholders in numerous cities, counties, school boards, special districts and others around the country.

    Mayoral elections:
    [edit]


    Completed mayoral elections include:



    Upcoming mayoral elections in 2017 include:




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    Early voting voting totals down in 2017 municipal elections






    WENTWORTH — Early voting numbers are slightly down in 2017, compared to municipal one-stop daily totals in 2015 and 2013.

    Through the first six days this year, 117 Rockingham County residents have taken advantage of the opportunity to vote prior to the Nov. 7 Election Day – compared to 241 total ballots cast in the same time frame in 2015 and the 186 tallied in 2013.


    In total, 19 offices are up for election during the 2017 municipal election.


    According to Board of Elections Director Tina Cardwell, three candidates had filed the paperwork needed to set up committees to campaign as write-ins as of the close of one-stop early voting on Friday.

    Darren Carter filed to campaign as a write-in for the two seats open on the Mayodan council.


    In Eden, Rodney Dwayne Woods has filed committee papers as an Eden council write-in candidate in Ward 4, as has Steve Michael Hutchinson in Ward 5 and Brenda Morse in Ward 3.


    According to state statutes, a petition process is not required to qualify as a write-in candidate prior to a municipal election, because the option to write in a candidate is automatically included on ballots in local races.


    For municipal write-in candidates, there is also no deadline to file to campaign prior to Election Day on Nov. 7. Filing must be submitted to the local board of elections office though, prior to any campaigning.


    Write-in candidates who are just interested in campaigning on Nov. 7 may do so as long as they file the proper campaign paperwork with the board of elections on Nov. 6.

    Early voting continues this week at the Rockingham County Board of Elections office, located at 240 Cherokee Camp Road in Wentworth.


    Voting hours are from from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday — Friday and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday.


    Polls will be open from 6:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m., on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 7.


    The Rockingham County canvass will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 17.


    Contact Joe Dexter at (336) 349-4331, ext. 6139 and follow @JoeDexter_RCN on Twitter.

    http://www.greensboro.com/rockingham...10e961d0a.html

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