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October 18, 2004

Albany-If you already know who you're voting for, you can cast your ballot early.

Advanced voting begins next Monday, Oct. 25, and runs through Friday, Oct. 29.

Anybody who is registered to vote can take advantage of advanced voting, just as long as you've made up your mind about who to vote for.

"In the case of a general election, it's probably cut and dry by this time," said Elections Supervisor Carolyn Hatcher. "Everybody knows what's going to be on the ballot and of course, we only have two constitutional amendments."

If you do want to participate in advanced voting, in Albany you go to the Government Center downtown and you can park for free.

posted at 5:11 p.m. by brannon.stewart@walb.com