Lt. Governor candidate Jon Husted and friends in Tiffin on Friday
Seneca County Republican Party
important notice to absentee voters
You may have recently received a Republican slate ticket in the mail with incorrect information about how to return your voted absentee ballot. YOU CANNOT RETURN YOUR VOTED BALLOT TO YOUR POLLING PLACE. BALLOTS RETURNED TO A POLLING PLACE WILL NOT BE COUNTED.
Your ballot must be postmarked by Monday, November 5 or returned in person to the Board of Elections office before the polls close at 7:30 pm on Tuesday, November 6, in order to be counted. We urge you to complete your ballot as soon as possible and return it in person to the Board of Elections or make sure it is clearly postmarked no later than Monday to insure it arrives on time to be counted.
EVERY VOTE MATTERS!! Several races are expected to be very close. If you haven’t requested a ballot, please check the voting hours at the Seneca County Board of Elections website and vote in person before the election or go to your polling place on Tuesday, November 6. You can find your polling place on the website or call the Board of Elections at (419)447-4424 if you are not sure where to vote.
Tuesday evening party
Join us election night for our victory party, or listen to Keith Hodkinson on
WTSC radio. It's at Reino's Party Room, 120 S. Washington St., Tiffin. There will be food and drinks available. It's free for Century Club members, or $10.00 for non-members. You can join this fundraising organization for $100.00 per person or $150.00 per couple. Send your check payable to the Seneca County Republican Party to P. O. Box 223, Tiffin, Ohio 44883, or bring it to the party.
some countries are different
Brussels, Belgium recently held municipal elections, and the mayor is upset more NON CITIZENS did not vote. The city government ran an ad campaign encouraging foreign residents to vote, but only 7,255 foreign citizens registered in the October 14 elections — 16 percent of those eligible to do so, according to city hall and this
In Belgium, voting is compulsory for those who have registered to vote. In theory, failing to vote can result in a fine ranging from $28 to $143, although no such fines have been issued since 2003. They have 12 political parties on the ballot, including one in favor of cars and one against cars. You are only allowed to vote for one party. The polls open Sunday morning at 8:00 am, and close as early as 1:00 pm, according to this
Belgian voters guide.
If you don't vote on Tuesday, we will not charge a $143 fine, but you might regret not voting if your candidate loses a close one.