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July 2 is the last day to request a mail-in ballot

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The Hill reports record-breaking early voter turnout

Thursday, July 2, is the last day for El Paso County voters to apply for a ballot by mail during the 2020 primary runoff election. 

According to the El Paso County Elections Department, a person is qualified for mail-in ballot if he or she is 65-years-old or older, sick or disabled, confined in jail or out of the county on election day and during the early voting time period. 

The Application for a Ballot by Mail (ABBM) must be submitted to the Early Voting Clerk in any of the following ways:

  1. Hard copy by regular mail at 500 E. San Antonio Ave., Suite 314, El Paso, Texas 79901
  2. UPS or Federal Express
  3. Fax to (915) 546-2220 (if faxed, make sure the application is legible) 
  4. Email to [email protected] 

If the application is submitted via fax or email, it must also be submitted by mail and received at the El Paso County Elections Department office no later than the fourth business day after the request is sent.

Early voting for Texas’ primary runoffs is from June 29 through July 10, with election day being held July 14 from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

For more information regarding voting by mail and this year’s primary runoff election visit https://epcountyvotes.com

 

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Anahy Diaz
Anahy Diaz, is a bilingual Multimedia Journalism, Political Science and Chicano Studies student at The University of Texas at El Paso. She has helped lead The Prospector, as editor-in-chief, copy editor and multimedia editor by writing and creating news packages. Anahy currently works as an intern for NBC News Los Angeles, and has previously interned with NBC’s Today and Weekend Today. Anahy’s published work can also be seen in Borderzine, KERA News, KTEP, KTSM Channel 9 and KVIA Channel 7. As a first-generation college student, Anahy hopes to join the field of broadcast after graduation covering news, politics, and entertainment.
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