Early Voting Keeping Officials Busy
Posted: October 27, 2012 at 6 a.m.
The first week’s turnout in early voting for the Nov. 6 general election has Benton and Washington county election officials expecting record results.
At A Glance
The following races and issues will be on the Nov. 6 general election ballot for all voters in Benton County. Issues 3 and 4 will appear on the ballot, but votes will not be counted as ordered by the courts. Depending on where a voter lives, he or she may also vote on contested races for state House, state Senate, district judge, justice of the peace, constable, mayor and council. A complete ballot for each individual voter in the county can be found at voterview.org.
3rd District U.S. representative
Wet-dry (alcohol vote)
Issue 1 (highway bonds)
Issue 2 (bond projects, pensions)
Issue 5 (medical marijuana)
Source: Staff Report
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