Updated 10-29. Just two days left of In-Person Absentee Voting. Today and Tomorrow Noon to 6pm or later if necessary. There have not been lines. The longest line was 10 to 12 people and eveyone of those were voted and out the door in under 15 minutes. If you are registered to vote it takes less than 45 seconds to get your ballot once you are in front of me. Yes, you can register to vote and vote during in-person absentee voting. You need to have proof of residence and your ID. If your drivers license has your correct address that’s all you need. If not then you need to have a utility bill, pay stub, govt issued document that has your name and your current address. You need to have lived at your new address for 28 days. On election day the lines may be long. We can only have approximatly 8 to 9 people waiting in the building the rest will be waiting outside.
I am extending the hours of In-person absentee voting for Wednesday the 28th though Friday the 30th. I will be conducting in-person absentee voting from Noon to 6pm each of those days. At this point we have not had lines of people with the longest wait of about 10 minutes. A good way to tell if there is a wait is by driving by the Town Hall at 440 N US Hwy 14 (Next to Silha Construction) and if the front lot is full there may be a line. If the front lot is mostly empty probably a very short wait. Again, I am not sure what the wait will be on election day or how long the lines will be. During in-person absentee voting I can allow more people in the room because we have only me and possibly one other Harmony person in the Hall. On election day we will have 7 to 8 people in the hall so we can only alow 3 people in the hall. We are moving through voters pretty fast. So come and vote in-person.