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Rhode Island will elect a Governor and a U.S. Senator in 2014

State Primary voter registration deadline – August 9, 2014

State Primary date – September 9, 2014

General Election voter registration deadline – October 4, 2014

General Election date – November 4, 2014

Election information phone number – 401-222-2345

State election website –

Early voting –

In person – Voting early in person is not permitted.

By mail – A voter may vote early by mail only if he has a valid excuse. Valid excuses include: being absent from the state during all of the hours polls are open on Election Day; being absent from your city or town on Election Day because you are a student or spouse of a student at an institution of higher learning within the state; being ill or disabled or confined to a nursing home; being unable to vote on Election Day due to religious tenets; being out of the state due to military service (including the spouse of the soldier); or being assigned as a poll worker outside your precinct on Election Day.

Completed applications for absentee/vote-by-mail ballots must be witnessed or notarized and received by the local Board of Canvassers no later than 21 days before a Primary or General Election. If a situation arises within 20 days of an election where a voter will need an absentee ballot, he should contact his local Board of Canvassers for an Emergency Mail Ballot. Marked ballots must be received no later than Election Day to be counted.


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