CRANSTON, RI – Voters notified their ballot’s deficient have until 4 p.m. Tuesday to cure their March 2 referendum ballot, the The Rhode Island Board of Elections reminded voters this week.
If a mail ballot has been rejected, the voter will have received a notice and must return it signed and witnessed by 2 people or notarized. They can also visit the Board of Elections’ office to print the notice and Board staff can notarize it. Notices must be returned by 4:00 PM on March 9th.
Completed notices can also be placed in the drop box at the Board of Elections office at 2000 Plainfield Pike in Cranston.
Unofficial results for the March 2 special referendum election are available on our website. Click the “Show ballot breakout” button to see results broken out by ballots cast at polling places on election day, mail ballots, and emergency ballots.
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