Published: Wed, November 07, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Midterm Election Day is here

Midterm Election Day is here

You can also cast a provisional ballot, but for your vote to count, you must take your valid photo ID to the county election office (4367 Headquarters Ave., N. Charleston) by Friday when the election is certified. "They provide a fail-safe mechanism for voters who arrive at the polls on Election Day and whose eligibility to vote is uncertain". You can drop your ballot in those boxes until 8 p.m. Tuesday. "I don't think you can bet one way or another at this point".

Among the big issues arising early Tuesday were questions about whether many of those voters were still properly registered, according to Google Trends. But if you forget your ID, you're still in luck.

"This will expedite the process", Jefferson said.

In Miami-Dade County, check out the Voter Toolkit to know what you need to vote, including where to vote.

More than 30 million Americans have already voted, and more than $5 billion has been spent nationwide, making the 2018 midterm elections the most expensive in history.

"You can have your utility bill through email, if you're able to pull it up through your smart phone, you can show that to them as your proof of residency", he added.

As of Monday, 1,636,971 ballots had been returned.

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"The lines have been out the door all day", Jefferson said.

"We sent folks out to every site that was affected, as fast as we could", Fontes said in September, after his office launched an investigation into the problems. "Also energizes their bases because it demonstrates the person they are supporting is in fact the better of the candidates", Vieux said. Some states were even approaching their early voting turnout from the 2016 presidential election. All Sumter School District schools are closed today. So local elections are incredibly important.

In 2014, Washington state voter turnout was 54.16. This year, the US Department of Justice is getting involved in Nevada, sending observers to Washoe and Clark counties.

"We are not allowed to tabulate anything until 8 p.m.", Hodson said.

Clark County typically has had a lower turnout rate for midterm elections. That compares to about 70,000 who voted early in person and by mail in the 2014 general election.

Almost 900,000 Oklahomans voted in the June primaries, which was higher than the turnout for the 2014 general election.

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