Of all the elections, don’t sit out the primary in August

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Opinion

July 23, 2018 - 11:00 PM

Advanced voting is off to a slow start, according to Sherrie Riebel, Allen County Clerk.

As of Monday morning, only 25 of Allen County’s estimated 8,700 registered voters had cast their ballots in the first days of advanced voting. Yes, you can wait until the Aug. 7 primary election to vote. But why wait?

Better to mark the ballot ahead of time and be able to cross that important task off your to-do list.

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