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DON'T SLEEP ON THIS!: Special Primary Election Feb. 8; Early Voting Starts Jan. 31

If you live in Senate District 33 and/or House District 103, you should have received an official sample ballot in the mail for the February 8 Special Primary Election. All registered voters in House District 103 can cast their vote for either Erhabor Ighodaro, Sharon Pritchett or Barbara Watson. This seat is vacant because the incumbent, Rep. Oscar Braynon II, resigned to run for the Senate 33 seat vacated by Frederica Wilson, elected to the U.S. House of Representatives during the 2010 mid-term elections in November. There are no Republican candidates for this seat.

Registered Democrats in Senate District 33 can cast their vote for Oscar Braynon II, Phillip J. Brutus, James Bush III or Darryl Franklin Reaves. The winner of that race will face Republican Joe Celestin on March 1 in the Special General Election.

Early voting begins Monday, January 31, 2011 and runs through February 6. There are three early voting locations to choose from:

North Dade Regional Library
2455 NW 183rd Street

North Miami Public Library
835 NE 132nd Street

Model City Library at the Caleb Center
2211 NW 54th Street


Here's how the early voting schedule breaks down next week: On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday - 7 AM until 3 PM; on Thursday and Friday - 11 AM until 7 PM; Saturday - 9 AM until 1 PM and Sunday 1 PM until 5 PM.

On Election Day, Tuesday, February 8, you must vote at your assigned voting location.

You can also vote by Absentee Ballot. The deadline to request an Absentee Ballot by mail for the February 8 Special Primary is Wednesday, February 2. For more information on voting by Absentee Ballot, go to www.miamidade.gov/elections or call 305-499-VOTE.

If you are eligible and registered to vote, get out and do so. Remember, if you can vote and don't...keep your opinion to yourself.



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