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April 2017 Dates

Oregon : Last day to print and mail ballots to military and overseas voters. April 1, 2017
Mississippi : Voter Registration Deadline, 12:00 p.m.:Municipal Clerks’ Offices MUST remain open from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. for voter registration for the Municipal Primary Election and Primary Runoff Elections. April 1, 2017
Idaho : Last day a candidate for the May 16 election to withdraw before the May 16 election. April 1, 2017
Mississippi : Mail‐In Registration Applications received by the Municipal Clerks’ Offices must be postmarked no later than Saturday, April 1,2017 to be eligible to vote in the Municipal Primary and Primary Runoff Elections. April 1, 2017
Rhode Island : Last day to register to vote April 2, 2017
Nebraska : Deadline for in-person early voting at election commission office April 3, 2017
Alaska : Notice of Election, Polling Locations and Bonded Indebtedness Published April 3, 2017
Florida : Voter Registration Deadline April 3, 2017
Illinois : Last day of early voting April 3, 2017
Michigan : The last day to register to vote for the May 2 Special Election April 3, 2017
Ohio : Deadline for voter registration for May 2 primary/special election(30 days before primary/special election) April 3, 2017
Illinois : Last day for early voting at the office of the election authority or at a location designated by the election authority. April 3, 2017
Colorado : Colorado Springs City Council Election April 4, 2017
Nebraska : Deadline to return early voting ballot to election commission office or drop box location, 8:00 p.m. April 4, 2017
Illinois : Last day mail ballots can be postmarked April 4, 2017
Kansas : School and Special Election at 6:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m. April 4, 2017
Alaska : Municipality of Anchorage Election Day April 4, 2017
Nebraska : City of Lincoln Primary Election - Tue Apr 4, 2017 April 4, 2017
Illinois : Suburban Cook County Consolidated General Election April 4, 2017
Nevada : Primary Election April 4, 2017
California : MAILED VOTE-BY-MAIL BALLOTS - LAST DAY TO BE COUNTED April 4, 2017
Wisconsin : Spring Election April 4, 2017
Nebraska : City of Omaha Primary Election Day April 4, 2017
Missouri : General Municipal Election Day April 4, 2017
California : Special Primary ElectionU.S. Representative, 34th District (Xavier Becerra) April 4, 2017
Nebraska : Ballot Return April 4, 2017
Illinois : CONSOLIDATED ELECTION April 4, 2017
Colorado : Absentee Ballot Return 7:00pm MDT April 4, 2017
Texas : Last Day to Register to Vote April 6, 2017
Washington : April Special Election 18-day voting period begins April 7, 2017
Virgin Islands : Special Election April 8, 2017
Montana : county election officials send ballots to UOCAVA voters as soon as the ballot is printed and by no later than this date April 10, 2017
Rhode Island : Last day to apply for a mail ballot April 11, 2017
Kansas : 4th Congressional District Election April 11, 2017
Rhode Island : Emergency ballot period April 12, 2017
West Virginia : Early voting April 12, 2017
Colorado : Deadline for return of military and overseas citizens ballots. April 12, 2017
Colorado : Deadline for return of military and overseas citizens ballots. April 12, 2017
Georgia : Advance Voting ends April 14, 2017
Georgia : Last day to mail or issue absentee ballots for April Special Election Runoff. April 14, 2017
Idaho : County Clerk to mail absentee ballots for the May 16 election to voters who requested absentee ballots. April 14, 2017
Idaho : County Clerk to appoint election personnel for the May 16 election. April 14, 2017
Louisiana : Early Voting Begins April 15, 2017
Idaho : Last day for County Commissioners to designate polling places prior to the May 16 election. April 16, 2017
Washington : Last day for in-person registration to vote in the April Special Election April 17, 2017
Pennsylvania : Last day to REGISTER before the primary April 17, 2017
Missouri : First Day for Candidate Filing April 18, 2017
Alaska : Certification of Regular Municipal Election April 18, 2017
Georgia : Ballot Return by 5 PM April 18, 2017
Georgia : Special Election 6th Congressional District April 18, 2017
Georgia : Saturday Voting April 18, 2017
Idaho : Last day to pre-register to vote with the County Clerk until 5:00 p.m. for the May 16 election. Registration closes in those districts holding a May 16 election. Election Day Registration is available. April 21, 2017
Nebraska : Deadline for online voter registration. April 21, 2017
Nebraska : Deadline for mailed voter registrations to be postmarked. April 21, 2017
West Virginia : Early voting April 22, 2017
Louisiana : Early Voting Ends April 22, 2017
Idaho : County Clerk to mail ballots for the May 16 election to voters in designated Mail Ballot Precincts. April 22, 2017
Mississippi : Absentee Voting: Municipal Clerks’ Offices MUST remain open from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. for in‐person absentee voting in the Primary Election. April 22, 2017
California : Last day for the county elections officials to mail ballots to military and overseas voters. April 22, 2017
Wyoming : Deadline to mail absentee ballots to County Clerk April 24, 2017
Nebraska : First day to vote early in person at election commission office. April 24, 2017
Texas : First Day of Early Voting By Personal Appearance April 24, 2017
Nebraska : First day for early voting ballots to be mailed. April 24, 2017
Washington : SPECIAL ELECTION April 25, 2017
Texas : Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail April 25, 2017
Montana : close of regular voter registration April 25, 2017
West Virginia : Morgantown’s General Municipal Elections for City Council April 25, 2017
Louisiana : Deadline to Request a Mail Ballot from Registrar April 25, 2017
Oregon : Last day to register to vote. Registration cards postmarked by this date or submitted online no later than 11:59 pm are valid April 25, 2017
Florida : Deadline to request a ballot to be mailed by 5:00 p.m. April 26, 2017
Oregon : First day to mail ballots April 26, 2017
Oregon : First day to mail ballots April 26, 2017
Nebraska : Deadline for in-person voter registration at election commission office, 6:00 p.m. April 28, 2017
Nebraska : Deadline for early voting ballots to be requested to be mailed to a specific address, 6:00 p.m. April 28, 2017
Louisiana : Deadline for Registrar to Receive Voted Mail Ballot April 28, 2017
Louisiana : Municipal General Election April 29, 2017
Ohio : Applications for absentee ballots to be mailed for May 2 primary/special election must be received by boards of elections by noon April 29, 2017
Michigan : Electors who wish to receive an absent voter ballot for election by mail submit applications. April 29, 2017
Mississippi : In‐Person Absentee Voting Deadline, 12:00 p.m.: Municipal Clerks’ Offices MUST remain open from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. for absentee voting in the Primary Election. April 29, 2017
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