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Absentee voting for the general primary election March 18

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[February 21, 2014]  The Logan County clerk provided the following notice on absentee voting for the March 13 primary:


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Do you want to avoid lines on Election Day? Do you work hours that make it difficult to cast a ballot on Election Day? Are you concerned that we may have inclement weather on Election Day making it difficult to get out to vote? Registered voters who desire to cast a ballot at the Office of the County Clerk rather than their polling place, may now vote in person in the Office of the County Clerk. The office is located on the 2nd floor of the Logan County Courthouse, 601 Broadway St., Lincoln, Illinois. In person absentee voting continues through March 17, 2014. Registered voters may also make application by mail to vote absentee. Students, elderly or disabled, out of county workers, or simply those desiring to vote in the privacy of their home, can conveniently obtain an Application to Vote Absentee by contacting the Office of the County Clerk, or access the form on the Clerk’s website at Mail applications will be received by the County Clerk until March 13, 2014. No ballots may be sent by mail after that date as provided by law. No excuse is needed to vote absentee by mail or in person.

Voting is a privilege. Come in to cast a ballot today.

/s/ Sally J. Litterly,
Logan County Clerk

[Text from file received from Sally J. Litterly, Logan County clerk and recorder]

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