An election can be won by a single vote. Make your vote count. Not Voting means your voice is not heard. A blank vote does not count.
Register in advance to make sure your registration is in the book at your poll site. A simple change of address can make a big difference. Make sure you are voting where you live.
Voters don't always fill in their ballots so that a vote is registered.
For example, voters may circle the selection rather than blacken it in.
Scanners do not check for these sort of errors and the vote is counted as a blank.
As a voter you must pay attention to the number of candidates you select. If the same candidate is selected multiple times under different parties there may be a delay in crediting the vote.
A write-in with a selection is considered an overvote and may also be delayed.
Affidavit or provisional ballots do not guarantee a vote. Errors in filling out the form can invalidate a ballot. Voting outside your Election District may not count. Your ballot may not represent your candidates for your district.
Vote where you live.
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