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  1. I would contact the state HQ and ask. They'll be able to tell you if you can vote absentee for the primary . The first site below is the Republican HQ...

    3 Answers · Politics & Government · 31/01/2012

  2. vote for ron paul! call your county board of elections office and tell them your address where your registered to vote .

    5 Answers · Politics & Government · 26/02/2008

  3. VOTE OBAMA!!! HES THE MAN!!

    3 Answers · Family & Relationships · 19/02/2008

  4. ... instate tuition in Oklahoma then you do not want to register in Texas . Why you ask? Because if someone...look that you are registered to vote in Texas then you are not a resident...

    3 Answers · Politics & Government · 12/01/2012

  5. ...you don't know WHERE to vote , then click link below...other voter info for Texas linked below... voter in the state of Texas ... in that party's primary . To explain, we do not register by party...

    8 Answers · Politics & Government · 04/03/2008

  6. ..., on 2/4/08. Texas does not require voters... voter, on primary day (or during early voting ) you simply request the ballot...but are free to vote in any party's primary during...

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 13/02/2008

  7. According to the Texas Secretary of State website, the deadline to register to vote in the March 4, 2008 election was February 4, 2008. So...

    2 Answers · Travel · 27/02/2008

  8. ... states have a deadline for registering to vote , however some states offer same day registration. Contact your local County's office to find out what to do and where to go.

    9 Answers · Politics & Government · 09/03/2008

  9. You have to be registered, but not in a particular party. Texas has what's called a "semi-open" primary , which means that at the voting site, you declare which party you want to vote on, and the precinct worker gives you...

    5 Answers · Politics & Government · 03/10/2010

  10. ... should have gotten a pamphlet in the mail about the upcoming election which also indicates where your polling place ...more than likely is where you voted last time. If you are...

    8 Answers · Politics & Government · 02/10/2006

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