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Creative Commons

The presidential election is four weeks from today. If you’re planning to vote in Oklahoma and haven’t yet registered, there’s still time.

The Denver Post

It’s twenty-nine days until election day., and there's still time to register.

As The Denver Post notes, County clerks in Colorado will begin mailing out three million ballots on Oct. 17. Every registered voter in Colorado should receive one. After you receive your ballot, you’ll need to return it before seven p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday November 8. Therefore, it’s important to update your registration in order to ensure your ballot arrives at your current addresses.

Hutchinson News

If you live in Kansas and you’re planning to switch your party affiliation and vote in the August 2nd primary election, you’d better hurry. The Hutchinson News reports that the deadline for Kansas voters to change political party affiliation comes earlier than ever this year. Those who wish to switch must do so before noon on Wednesday, June 1.

Todd Wiseman / Texas Tribune

In regional news, a controversial Texas law is getting another look from a federal court, reports The Texas Tribune. The case involves a law requiring voters to show a photo ID at the polling place. Six months ago a three-judge appeals court panel ruled the law violated the Voting Rights Act. Now the full U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals plans to take up the case.

New polling locations in the Oklahoma Panhandle

Sep 10, 2014

Secretary of the Texas County Election Board, Glenda L. Williams, announced there are new polling locations for Texas County, Oklahoma.

  Kansas and Arizona

Kris Kobach, Kansas Secretary of State, and Ken Bennett, Arizona Secretary of State, are joining forces to save laws requiring proof of citizenship when registering to vote reported the Wichita Eagle