Aiken absentee voting moved

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The site of absentee voting for residents of Aiken County was moved Sunday night.

Voting is being held a the Registration & Elections office at

916 Vaucluse Road. The office had said earlier that voting would be held at Kalmia Mall, 1680 Richland Ave. W. Stuart Bedenbaugh, director of registration and elections, could not be reached immediately today for an explanation of the change.

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disssman 10/13/08 - 03:17 pm
funny, i didn't know govt

funny, i didn't know govt offices were open on sundays because of the blue laws!

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