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Monday, November 5, 2012

Don't Be Lazy—Vote! Drop Off Your Ballots Today and Tomorrow at One of These Three Spots

This is a tight presidential race—your vote counts.

Posted By on Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 4:52 PM

Vote!It's too late to mail your ballot (that ship sailed on Nov. 1—and the Secretary of State doesn't give a damn about postmarks).

BUT! You can still drop off your ballot at a designated dropsite until 8pm tomorrow night (Tues, Nov. 6).

There are three such sites in the Bend area: Wall St. and Lafayette parking lot; Deschutes County Road Dept.; Deschutes County Clerk's Office.

Here's a map of Central Oregon dropsites.

Okay. Get out there, y'all and vote!

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