Early absentee and mail-in voting continues in Mower County for November 8th general election

Early absentee and mail-in voting for the November 8th general election in Mower County is continuing, as numbers suggest that voters in the county and elsewhere around the state have been taking advantage of the opportunity to vote early for the midterm election.  KAUS News spoke with Amanda Kiefer, Chief Deputy Auditor/Treasurer for Mower County who stated that the numbers so far show that the county is on course with the amount of absentee and mail-in ballots cast at this point in the 2018 midterm, the last non-presidential election…


Kiefer went on to state that if you have a mail-in ballot that you have not dropped in the mail yet, you should bring it directly to the Auditor/Treasurer’s Office in the Mower County Government Center in downtown Austin, and she went on to state that their office will be open extended hours to accommodate voters headed towards next Tuesday…

In Mower County in 2018, 54.5% of eligible voters cast a ballot in that year’s midterm election, with 74.1% of votes cast at different polling locations in the county the day of the election. For all voting information in Mower County, including a sample ballot for 2022, polling places, finding your polling place, absentee ballot information, how to register to vote and more, plus if you have any questions, go to Mower County’s website at co.mower.mn.us and click on the Auditor/Treasurer tab under departments, or give their office a call at (507) 437-9535.

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