Running a Dual Election
What voters need to know.
There will be three ballots on election day April 30th. Two will be for the Senate Primary race. You will need to ask for a Democratic or Republican ballot if you are unenrolled and you will have to take a Democratic ballot if you are a registered Democrat and a Republican ballot if you are a registered Republican. The other ballot that you may take after checking in is our local election ballot. You will then vote, check out for both elections (or one if you choose not to vote in one of them) and then insert your voted ballots into the Accu-vote machine at the end of your precinct. The Accu-vote machines will be programmed to count both the Primary election and the Local election.
When checking in and out - Please remember to speak up(accoustics in the Great Hall make hearing difficult), give your street name, number, last and first name and which ballot you want for the Primary election(Republican or Democratic). You will need to do it again for the local election ballot. If you do not want to vote in the Primary tell the check-in person and move to the local check-in give your street, number, last name, and first name and you will be given a local ballot.