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Primary elections on March 12

The Democratic and Republican primary election takes place Tuesday, March 12. Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.
Voters who qualify as absentee voters may cast their ballots at the circuit clerk’s office from 8-5 weekdays and from 8-noon Saturday.
Voters must present identification. They will be asked which party ballot they wish to vote–Democrat or Republican–in order to be given the proper ballot.
Ballots are paper. Voters will be asked to color the oval next to their choice. The voter will then take the ballot to a scanner where it is inserted and falls into a sealed container.
Democratic primary voters will be casting ballots for President, and Senate candidates, while Republican voters will make choices for President, House and Senate candidates.

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