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10/24/05

Early Voting Begins In TX Constitutional Amendment Election

On Monday morning Littlefield residents began early voting on whether or not to allow packaged alcohol sales in the city. The issue failed last year by only 27 votes. You may recall, a petition with more than 1300 signatures pushed the issue to an election.

Early voting for the November Constitutional Election began Monday as well. It's a constitutional amendment election. So no names will be on the ballot. The definition of marriage, debt and loan interest are among the issues you will vote on.

To see a sample ballot, (click here ).  For early voting locations, (click here ).

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