O’Brien County Auditor Says It’s Time To Get Your Absentee Ballots Back In
Date posted - October 30, 2012
Primghar, Iowa — Absentee voting has become very popular this year. County Auditors are noticing a large uptick in the number of ballots going out. However, many of those are STILL out. O’Brien County Auditor Barb Rohwer reminds people that it’s time to get those ballots back to your County Auditor’s Office.
She also says, interestingly enough — if you want to vote at home — even if you go to the auditor’s office to apply for your absentee ballot — they CANNOT just give you one — it has to come in the mail. However, if you are done with it, you MAY return it to the auditor’s office in person OR through the mail.
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