With a little more than a month before the Nov. 6 elections, now is a good time to plan how youll vote.
Maybe youre a traditionalist, someone who likes to wade into the polling booth armed with a paper ballot and a marker to darken the little oval next to your preferred candidate. Maybe you like to use an electronic voting machine, which allows you to adjust the size of the type so its easier to read. Maybe you want to vote at the courthouse ahead of the election. Or maybe you want to have a ballot sent to you in the mail, without ever leaving your house.
We try to make it as easy as possible for people to vote, County Clerk Sherrie Riebel said.
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