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June 2, 2014

Absentee voters should request ballots now

DUNCAN — Stephens County Election Board Secretary Angela Dunagan said Monday that voters who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the June 24 Primary Election should apply now.

 Absentee ballot application forms are available at the election board office at 101 South 11th, Suite 100, in the county courthouse in Duncan. Application forms also can be downloaded and printed at wwwelections.ok.gov.

“At least two mail transactions must be made,” Dunagan said. “The county election board must mail the ballots to the voter and the evoter must returne the voted ballots by mail.”

 Ballots must be at the county election board by 7 p.m. on June 24 to be counted, she said.

   Any registered voter may vote absentee without providing a reason or excuse for voting absentee, Dunagan said.

 

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