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Primary Season is Almost Here

Date: January 29, 2020
People voting at a voting booth. Brought to you by USAGov

It's almost here. The 2020 presidential primaries will begin in less than a month. It's important to keep track of key dates and deadlines, if you want to participate in this important process.

Visit USA.gov/Voting to register to vote, update your registration, and find answers to questions about elections and voting. Note key dates to mark in your calendar and learn what type of documents you need to vote. You can also find information on locating your polling place, early voting, or accessibility at the polls. Don't leave it until the last minute as the process of registering can take longer in some states. 

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