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  1. #1 2012 Poll Closing Times 
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    The Green Papers
    2012 Poll Closing Times
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    6 November 2012 General Election Alphabetically
    6 November 2012 General Election Chronologically

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    Polling Hours All Elections
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    UTC Eastern Central Mountain Pacific Alaska Hawaii
    Tuesday 6 November 2012
    Northern Marianas 0900
    UTC
    4:00a
    EST
    3:00a
    CST
    2:00a
    MST
    1:00a
    PST
    12:00a
    AKST
    Guam 1000
    UTC
    5:00a
    EST
    4:00a
    CST
    3:00a
    MST
    2:00a
    PST
    1:00a
    AKST
    12:00a
    AleutST
    12:00a
    HIST
    Puerto Rico 2100
    UTC
    4:00p
    EST
    3:00p
    CST
    2:00p
    MST
    1:00p
    PST
    12:00p
    AKST
    11:00a
    AleutST
    11:00a
    HIST
    Virgin Islands 2300
    UTC
    6:00p
    EST
    5:00p
    CST
    4:00p
    MST
    3:00p
    PST
    2:00p
    AKST
    1:00p
    AleutST
    1:00p
    HIST
    Indiana (EST) *A 2300
    UTC
    6:00p
    EST
    5:00p
    CST
    4:00p
    MST
    3:00p
    PST
    2:00p
    AKST
    1:00p
    AleutST
    1:00p
    HIST
    Kentucky (EST) *A
    Florida (EST) *A 0000
    UTC
    7:00p
    EST
    6:00p
    CST
    5:00p
    MST
    4:00p
    PST
    3:00p
    AKST
    2:00p
    AleutST
    2:00p
    HIST
    Georgia
    South Carolina
    Vermont *S
    Virginia
    Indiana (CST) *A 0000
    UTC
    7:00p
    EST
    6:00p
    CST
    5:00p
    MST
    4:00p
    PST
    3:00p
    AKST
    2:00p
    AleutST
    2:00p
    HIST
    Kentucky (CST) *A
    North Carolina *S 0030
    UTC
    7:30p
    EST
    6:30p
    CST
    5:30p
    MST
    4:30p
    PST
    3:30p
    AKST
    2:30p
    AleutST
    2:30p
    HIST
    Ohio
    West Virginia
    Connecticut 0100
    UTC
    8:00p
    EST
    7:00p
    CST
    6:00p
    MST
    5:00p
    PST
    4:00p
    AKST
    3:00p
    AleutST
    3:00p
    HIST
    Delaware
    District of Columbia
    Maine *S
    Maryland
    Massachusetts *S
    Michigan (EST) *A
    New Hampshire *S
    New Jersey
    Pennsylvania
    Rhode Island *S
    Tennessee (EST) *S
    Alabama 0100
    UTC
    8:00p
    EST
    7:00p
    CST
    6:00p
    MST
    5:00p
    PST
    4:00p
    AKST
    3:00p
    AleutST
    3:00p
    HIST
    Florida (CST) *A
    Illinois
    Mississippi
    Missouri
    Oklahoma
    South Dakota (CST) *A
    Tennessee (CST) *S
    Texas (CST) *A
    Arkansas 0130
    UTC
    8:30p
    EST
    7:30p
    CST
    6:30p
    MST
    5:30p
    PST
    4:30p
    AKST
    3:30p
    AleutST
    3:30p
    HIST
    New York 0200
    UTC
    9:00p
    EST
    8:00p
    CST
    7:00p
    MST
    6:00p
    PST
    5:00p
    AKST
    4:00p
    AleutST
    4:00p
    HIST
    Kansas (CST) *A 0200
    UTC
    9:00p
    EST
    8:00p
    CST
    7:00p
    MST
    6:00p
    PST
    5:00p
    AKST
    4:00p
    AleutST
    4:00p
    HIST
    Louisiana
    Michigan (CST) *A
    Minnesota *S
    Nebraska (CST) *S
    Wisconsin
    Arizona 0200
    UTC
    9:00p
    EST
    8:00p
    CST
    7:00p
    MST
    6:00p
    PST
    5:00p
    AKST
    4:00p
    AleutST
    4:00p
    HIST
    Colorado
    Nebraska (MST) *S
    New Mexico
    South Dakota (MST) *A
    Texas (MST) *A
    Wyoming
    Iowa 0300
    UTC
    10:00p
    EST
    9:00p
    CST
    8:00p
    MST
    7:00p
    PST
    6:00p
    AKST
    5:00p
    AleutST
    5:00p
    HIST
    North Dakota (CST) *A
    Idaho (MST) *A 0300
    UTC
    10:00p
    EST
    9:00p
    CST
    8:00p
    MST
    7:00p
    PST
    6:00p
    AKST
    5:00p
    AleutST
    5:00p
    HIST
    Kansas (MST) *A
    Montana *S
    Oregon (MST) *A
    Utah
    Nevada 0300
    UTC
    10:00p
    EST
    9:00p
    CST
    8:00p
    MST
    7:00p
    PST
    6:00p
    AKST
    5:00p
    AleutST
    5:00p
    HIST
    North Dakota (MST) *A 0400
    UTC
    11:00p
    EST
    10:00p
    CST
    9:00p
    MST
    8:00p
    PST
    7:00p
    AKST
    6:00p
    AleutST
    6:00p
    HIST
    California 0400
    UTC
    11:00p
    EST
    10:00p
    CST
    9:00p
    MST
    8:00p
    PST
    7:00p
    AKST
    6:00p
    AleutST
    6:00p
    HIST
    Idaho (PST) *A
    Oregon (PST) *A
    Washington *S
    Hawaii 0400
    UTC
    11:00p
    EST
    10:00p
    CST
    9:00p
    MST
    8:00p
    PST
    7:00p
    AKST
    6:00p
    AleutST
    6:00p
    HIST
    Alaska (AKST) *A 0500
    UTC
    12:00a
    EST
    11:00p
    CST
    10:00p
    MST
    9:00p
    PST
    8:00p
    AKST

    7:00p
    AleutST
    7:00p
    HIST
    American Samoa 0500
    UTC
    12:00a
    EST
    11:00p
    CST
    10:00p
    MST
    9:00p
    PST
    8:00p
    AKST
    7:00p
    AleutST
    7:00p
    HIST
    Alaska (AleutST) *A 0600
    UTC
    1:00a
    EST
    12:00a
    CST
    11:00p
    MST
    10:00p
    PST
    9:00p
    AKST
    8:00p
    AleutST
    8:00p
    HIST


    Just for everyone's convenience, I've bolded the swing states.
    Last edited by Odysseus; 11-05-2012 at 01:51 PM.
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    Of course if this is inconvenient for any minorities or Democrat special interest groups I'm sure we can change it at the last minute.
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    Most of Michigan is done at 8 pm EST. There's a corner of the UP that is in the central time zone, so our official time is 9 pm EST.


    I'll go to bed when Ohio is called, unless it's called early. I have Bible study tomorrow night until 9, so it could all be over by the time I leave.
     

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    My shift ends at 1030 at night CST. So I'll be stuck here watching it all go down. I wonder if there will be a cheer/moan in the AOC once a winner is declared?
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    If Oregon holds things up again this year, they should be punished severely. I am tired of that kind of BS.

    How come some states can have most or all of their stuff in by an hour after closing, but there are always these slow pokes we have to tolerate?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Novaheart View Post
    If Oregon holds things up again this year, they should be punished severely. I am tired of that kind of BS.

    How come some states can have most or all of their stuff in by an hour after closing, but there are always these slow pokes we have to tolerate?
    Ya just can't trust those blue states.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novaheart View Post
    If Oregon holds things up again this year, they should be punished severely. I am tired of that kind of BS.

    How come some states can have most or all of their stuff in by an hour after closing, but there are always these slow pokes we have to tolerate?
    If I remember correctly, this is because Oregon doesn't actually have polls on election day, all of their voting is done by mail-in ballots, that can't be counted by machine (quickly).......happens every election.

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