Absentee ballots must postmarked or delivered to the registrar’s office at 150 S. Main St. by March 5 to be counted.
The building was built in 1892 and has not been renovated since 1984.
The Division of Capitol Police estimates 3,000 to 3,500 people participated, according to spokesman Joe Macenka.
Benny Gantz, who sits on Israel’s War Cabinet with Gallant and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said late Wednesday that new attempts are underway to reach a cease-fire deal between Israel and Hamas.
The bill’s sponsor, Republican Del. Jay Leftwich, said he brought the bill because of mental health and data privacy concerns for young people.
Major Republican figures, including Donald Trump, Jr., Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, former Arkansas Gov. and presidential candidate Asa Hutchinson, and several pundits will speak on Friday and Saturday at the Duchossois Tennis Center.
The school board had asked the court to dismiss the lawsuit, but the judge refused, saying the allegations of fraud against the court are not clear.
France reports enough progress to pause the tractor protest in Paris.
Texas is just one of the many states that has banned abortions after the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade overturned ruling. Now, a Dallas woman could be the first person to receive permission for this procedure in a banned state since the Roe v. Wade ruling a year and a half ago.
McCarthy was ousted as Speaker of the House just over two months ago on October 3rd. McCarthy has been a member of the House since 2007.