Early Voting Begins Today In Escambia County

Early voting starts today for the Nov. 6 election

Early voting starts today for the Nov. 6 election. Jorge Sanhueza Lyon KUT

November 6, two weeks from Tuesday, is Election Day, the first chance Texas and the rest of the United States will have to see how big, or how small, the backlash to two years of President Donald Trump has been. State law requires early voting to be located in the same building as the community's election office or, if necessary, another "centrally-located, suitable and convenient public building".

About 15.8 million Texans are registered to vote in this year's midterm elections, according to the Texas Secretary of State's website.

When asked why they were voting Democrat, many people echoed similar values that were their top priorities, including the environment, healthcare, and immigration.

"If this trend of looking like a presidential election continues to hold (and we may/may not see that happen this week), then I would think that all bets are off for what this truly portends", the political science professor said in an email.

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"In '10 and in '14 we saw about 52% turnout in both years".

A recent Washington Post-ABC News poll found that voters are significantly more interested in voting than they were four years ago. That appears to have more to do with Kansas politics this mid-term, than national. When the primaries' Election Day rolled around, Republicans in the state reasserted their superiority. Republican Senate candidate Corey Stewart sent out an email on Wednesday to supporters urging them to use the absentee vote to help "BEAT TIM KAINE!"; Senator Kaine's staff say they've also pushed the option to supporters via campaign literature, emails, and texts. Whether you agree with its picks or not, the board often provides good context - particularly in local races. "I can assure you once work lets out, you're going to have wait times", she said. The sheer number of decisions a citizen must make this election cycle would require even the most seasoned politico to do some research. Those already cast ballots won't be corrected or changed to account for the county's mistake, Haley confirmed to the Times. And, she adds, don't forget to bring state issued ID like your driver's license or passport.

"It's a state election, although we have had a lot of calls (inquiring about early voting)", Patricia Dolan of the North Attleboro Elections Office said.

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