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U.S. Presidential Election Early Voting (2008)

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  • Rush to Registration

    If you haven't registered to vote, its now too late. Monday was the deadline to register. North Harris County Post Office remained open until midnight Monday so that those who waited until the last minute could get their registration card postmarked for...
  • Early Voting a Priority for Galvestonians

    Early voting may not be the first thing on the minds of people displaced by Hurricane Ike. The Galveston County elections office hopes to make sure Galveston residents can make it to the polls. Many residents remain displaced by Hurricane Ike. More than...
  • Free Taxi Rides to the Polls

    A free cab ride is only a phone call away if you need assistance getting to a polling location on election day. A non-profit organization called Vote Now Houston, VNH, is teaming up with Yellow Cab to mobilize voters. "I'm trying to take excuses out...
  • Organized Chaos in Preparation of Historic Election

    There was controlled chaos in Harris County on the eve of Election Day. Phones rang off the hook at the Clerk's Office, workers made last minute preparations to set up poll locations, and early voting ballots were still being counted. The historic...
  • Some Area Schools Close on Election Day for Kids' Safety

    The crowds at polling places are expected to be big this year, just as they were for early voting. Because some schools are used as polling places, some school systems are concerned that the big crowds and school just don't mix. They've decided to give...
  • Polling Places Problems

    Election Day was not without it's problems for voters in Harris County. Al Pinon, the Election Judge for Precinct 570 says his poll location opened nearly an hour late, because his alternate election judges failed to show up. "There was about 100 people...
  • Early Voting Begins Monday

    Harris County voters will finally get to cast their vote for presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama. The consensus amongst voters is "It will probably be crowded." The Harris County Clerk's Office tells us they are expecting a record...
  • Voters Explain the Rush to the Polls

    Voters turn out in droves for a unique election, breaking records state-wide on the first day of early voting. "I think this will be a very crucial election," said Donna Campbell, a McCain Supporter. "It makes me feel like I have a voice, that I'm...
  • Early Voting in Galveston

    Early voting started as scheduled in Galveston on Monday October 20, 2008.  Residents interested in early voting can cast their ballots at: Galveston County Justice Center in the 2nd Floor Conference Room located at 600 59th Street,   Galveston, TX...
  • Early Voting in Special Election

    Early voting is underway for a special runoff for State Senate District 17. Democrat Chris Bell and Republican Joan Huffman are facing off after neither got enough votes to clinch the seat in November. Eligible voters have between now and Friday to vote...
  • Early Voting in JP

    Early voting for the 1st Party Primary Election on September 6 will continue as scheduled on Saturday, August 30, 2008, until 4:30 p.m. at the Joseph S. Yenni Building in Elmwood. Because the Yenni Building and its parking lots will be preparing for the...
  • EARLY VOTING

    EARLY VOTING CONTINUES FOR THE SEPTEMBER 6TH ELECTION due to Hurricane Gustov AND BEGINS FOR THE OCTOBER 4TH ELECTION Early voting will be held at the Registrar of Voters Offices at City Hall and the Algiers Courthouse for both the September 6th and...