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Bladen-County-Board-of-ElectionsThe Bladen County Board of Elections staff report that absentee voting for the June 7 primary election is going well.

A total of 227 mail absentee ballots have been returned to the Board of Elections office out of 981 ballots that were issued and re-issued. Ballots were re-issued if a voter submitted a request wanting a ballot that was different, if they were registered as unaffiliated in March and voted Democrat.

One Stop voting begins at the Bladen County Public Library on Thursday morning at 8:30 a.m. Voters will still be allowed to register and vote on the same day if they are not already registered or have previously been removed.

Sample Ballots can be found by clicking here.

For questions about your voter registration, call the Bladen County Board of Elections office at 910-862-6951.

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