Voters can avoid any Nov. 2 voting hassles by voting in advance. They can vote at the county administrative building through Oct. 29 and at the Commerce Recreation office on Clayton Street Oct. 25-29.
Voting early generally means being able to mark your ballot without a significant wait. If you’ve made up your mind about who you’re going to vote for, consider an early trip to the polls.
Unfortunately, while you can vote early, that doesn’t mean you won’t still be harassed by telephone solicitations and direct mail and have your sensibilities abused by political TV ads as if you were still a potential voter.