Voting In Harford

November 05, 2006


Applications for absentee ballots received by the county election board as of late Friday: 10,400

Absentee ballots cast in the September primary: 1,538

2004 general election: 7,024

2002 general election: 3,576


The county's 69 polling precincts will be open for voting from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Delays can be avoided by voting between 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The general election is open to all registered voters.

The name and location of where you are assigned to vote is listed on your voter's card. If you do not know your polling place, call the election office at 410-638-3565.

Audio and magnified ballots will be provided. Let the election judge know if you wish to use these features.

Ballot questions and write-in voting are offered in the general election.

Inform the election judges if your address or name has changed.

Voters can not bring absentee ballots to the polls. They must be mailed, postmarked by midnight tomorrow.


Showers (40 percent chance). High, 60. Low, 51.

[Sources: Harford County Board of Elections, and the Weather Channel Web site,]

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