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March 2017 Dates

Alabama : Absentee Ballot Request March 2, 2017
Alabama : Request For Absentee Ballot March 2, 2017
Arizona : Absentee Ballot Request March 3, 2017
Connecticut : Deadline for registering in person with the registrar of voters or town clerk of the town of residence and deadline for enrolling in person with the registrar of voters for voting in primary. Deadline for cross-town registrations to be received by registrar of town of residence March 3, 2017
Mississippi : Applications for the Primary Election must be available in the Municipal Clerk’s Office. March 3, 2017
Connecticut : Deadline for the registrar of the mail-in applicant\'s town of residence to receive mail-in application (postmarked by fifth day before primary or received by DMV or voter registration agency by such fifth day) so that the applicant may be enrolled in time to vote in primary. March 3, 2017
Missouri : Ballot Request March 3, 2017
Idaho : Last day for an application for a mail-in absentee ballot to be received by the County Clerk not later than 5:00 p.m. for the March 14 election. March 3, 2017
Nevada : Last day to register to vote or to update your existing registration without having to appear in-person at your City Clerk\'s office or an Election Department office, or without having to register on the Secretary of State\'s website. March 4, 2017
Alabama : Absentee Ballot Return In-Person March 6, 2017
Missouri : Ballot Return March 6, 2017
Connecticut : In order to be cast at a primary, the absentee ballot must be received by the municipal clerk (1) by the close of the polls if it is mailed or if it is returned by a member of the immediate family of the applicant in person or by the qualified designee of an ill or physically disabled ballot applicant in person, or (2) by the day before the primary if it is returned in person by the applicant. March 6, 2017
California : Last day for the county elections official to appoint the members of the precinct boards and designate the polling places. March 6, 2017
Alabama : Absentee Ballot Deadline March 6, 2017
California : Period in which any registered voter may apply to the county elections official for a vote-by-mail ballot for the special primary election. March 6, 2017
Connecticut : Primary, if valid petition or petitions have been filed. Hours: 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 March 6, 2017
Alabama : Absentee Ballot Return Post received March 7, 2017
California : Redondo Beach General Municipal Election March 7, 2017
Virginia : Deadline to request an absentee ballot to be mailed to you is 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 7, 2017. Your request must be received by your Registrar by 5:00 p.m. March 7, 2017
California : City of Los Angeles Primary Nominating Election March 7, 2017
California : City of Los Angeles Primary Nominating Election March 7, 2017
Alabama : City of Tuscaloosa - Regular Municipal Election
Alabama House District 58 Special Primary Election
Jefferson County School Tax Renewal
March 7, 2017
Illinois : Last day for regular registration or transfer of registration within the office of the election authority. March 7, 2017
Missouri : St Louis Primary Municipal Election - Tue Mar 7, 2017 March 7, 2017
Missouri : Email or Fax by March 7, 2017
Kansas : Last Day to Register March 8, 2017
Missouri : Last day to register to vote March 8, 2017
Florida : Deadline to request a ballot to be mailed by 5:00 p.m. March 8, 2017
Idaho : Last day for Early Voting until 5:00 p.m. for the March 14 election at the Early Voting polling place. March 10, 2017
Arizona : In-person early voting will also be available on the 15th floor of Phoenix City Hall for this election March 10, 2017
California : Absentee Ballot Deadline by 8:00PM PST March 10, 2017
Idaho : Last day for in-person absentee voting until 5:00 p.m. for the March 14 election at the absent elector’s polling place. March 10, 2017
Louisiana : Early Voting Begins March 11, 2017
Kansas : Noon deadline to cast advance voting ballots in person at the Crawford County Clerk\'s Office March 13, 2017
Florida : Municipal Elections Polls Open 7:00 am - 7:00 pm on Election Day March 14, 2017
Kansas : SP2017-USD 250 Bond Election March 14, 2017
Virginia : Bath County, Supervisor - Special Election March 14, 2017
Arizona : Absentee Ballot Return March 14, 2017
Idaho : Last day to return absentee ballots to the County Clerk’s Elections Office by 8:00 p.m. for the March 14 election. March 14, 2017
Arizona : City of Phoenix, Council District 3 March 14, 2017
Idaho : Special election Election 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m March 14, 2017
Wisconsin : Last day to register to vote by mail. March 15, 2017
Georgia : Last day to issue or mail absentee ballots for March Special Election. O.C.G.A. March 17, 2017
Mississippi : Municipal Clerks’ Offices send absentee ballots for the Primary Election by mail, email or fax to UOCAVA voters who have requested an absentee ballot by application, FPCA or FWAB on or after January 1, 2017. March 18, 2017
Louisiana : Early Voting Ends March 18, 2017
Nevada : You may vote before Election Day at various locations within your own City. Hours, days, and locations vary by City. March 18, 2017
Ohio : UOCAVA absentee ballots for May 2 primary/special election must be ready March 18, 2017
Michigan : Absent voter ballots must be available for issuance to voters. March 18, 2017
Mississippi : Absentee Ballots must be available in the Municipal Clerks’ Offices. An absentee ballot must be mailed to all voters who submitted an application before absentee ballots were available. March 18, 2017
Illinois : Last day for voters to register to vote through the State Board of Elections website. March 19, 2017
Georgia : Registration Return by Mail by 5 PM March 20, 2017
Wisconsin : First day for In-Person Absentee Voting March 20, 2017
Alaska : Early and Absentee Voting begins at City Hall March 20, 2017
California : Last day to register to vote in the special primary election. March 20, 2017
West Virginia : Deadline for candidates to withdraw from General March 21, 2017
Kansas : Last day to register to vote in the 4th Congressional District Special Election March 21, 2017
Georgia : Special Election Date to Fill Vacancies March 21, 2017
Louisiana : Deadline to Request a Mail Ballot from Registrar March 21, 2017
Kansas : Election office begins mailing Advance Voting ballots for the 4th Congressional District Special Election March 22, 2017
Pennsylvania : Last Day for Withdrawal by Candidates who Filed Nomination Petitions March 22, 2017
Louisiana : Deadline for Registrar to Receive Voted Mail Ballot March 24, 2017
Louisiana : Municipal Primary Election March 25, 2017
California : Last day for the county elections official to mail sample ballots or voter information guides to voters for the special primary election. March 25, 2017
Washington : Military and overseas ballots mailed for the April Special Election March 26, 2017
Kansas : Around March 27 Advance voting in person begins, dates vary by County March 27, 2017
Washington : Deadline for mail or online new registrations and voter updates prior to the April Special Election March 27, 2017
Mississippi : Municipal Clerks’ Offices may remain open from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m., including the noon hour, for voter registration. March 27, 2017
Alaska : early and Absentee Voting begins at Chugiak-ERSenior Center (Chugiak/Eagle River Ballots Only) March 27, 2017
Alaska : Last Day to Request Ballot by Mail March 28, 2017
Nevada : Last day for your City Clerk or the Election Department to RECEIVE WRITTEN mail ballot requests. March 28, 2017
Colorado : Absentee Ballot Request March 28, 2017
California : Last day for a county elections official to receive any voter\'s application for a vote-by-mail ballot for the special primary election. March 28, 2017
Louisiana : Last Day to Register to Vote March 29, 2017
Nebraska : Ballot Request March 29, 2017
Illinois : Last day to request a mail ballot, including military and overseas voters March 30, 2017
Illinois : Last day for the election authority to receive, by mail, a vote by mail application from anyregistered voter presently within the confines of the United States. March 30, 2017
Wisconsin : Last day for In-Person Absentee Voting March 30, 2017
Nevada : You may vote before Election Day at various locations within your own City. Hours, days, and locations vary by City. March 31, 2017
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