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Time Off to Vote for Employees - A State by State Survey

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With record lines predicted during election day, it's important to know how much, or little, time you will be allowed under the law to vote.  It varies state by state, from as little as no time at all, to, usually, about 2 hours.  Here is a state-by-state list.  http://employmentlawpost.com/theword/2008/10/15/time-off-to-vote-for-employees-a-state-by-state-survey-2/
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