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Early Voting at Smithville City Hall

Don't forget to vote! Early voting makes it really easy to pick a day and time to come in and cast your ballot.

The Smithville City Hall is open to voting during the following dates and times:

Monday, October 18 to Saturday, October 23: 8AM - 5PM
Monday, October 25 to Wednesday October 27: 8AM - 5PM
Thursday, October 28 and Friday October 29: 7AM - 7PM 
November 2, Election Day: 7AM - 7PM

For more information, please click on the following links:

Bastrop County Elections (including Sample Ballot)
Secretary of State and VOTEXAS Voter Information  (including Voter Registration)
Project VOTE (for Teachers and Students -- to encourage future voters)


10/20/2010 8:23:32 AM by CityManager | with 0 comments

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