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How to Be Prepared for the November 6th General Election

For Immediate Release

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How to Be Prepared for the November 6th General Election

Broward County, FL. (November 2, 2018) – Early voting will close at all 22 sites at 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 4th.  On Tuesday, November 6th, polls will open for Broward County voters who were registered to vote by October 9, 2018.  Voting hours are from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  The Supervisor of Elections, Dr. Brenda Snipes would like to share the following helpful reminders on how to be prepared for Election Day:

 

·         Florida law requires voters to present a picture ID with signature at the polling place.  A list of acceptable forms of ID is available on our website at www.browardsoe.org.  Please note: IDs must have current signature. 

 

·      Your voter information card is not necessary to vote. It is a helpful tool for you to know your districts and polling location. Know where your polling place is before Election Day by checking your voter information card or by going to our website and clicking on Where Do I Vote?  If you have moved, you are required to vote in your new home precinct.

 

·      A voter can take with them a marked sample ballot or other helpful information into the polling place so that they may remember their choices.  Remember that ballots may have 5 to 6 pages (front and back).  Read all sides of the ballot to ensure you see all ballot candidates, amendments and questions.  

 

·      You will be asked for ID, if you do not have ID, by law you MUST vote a Provisional Ballot. A provisional ballot is always counted when the voter is shown to be registered and eligible, regardless of the closeness of the outcome of the election. A person who votes provisionally simply because he or she forgot ID at the polls will not have to do anything else. If the signatures on that ballot certificate and the voter roll matches, the provisional ballot is counted.

 

·      Would you like to see if you are eligible to vote, track your vote-by-mail or provisional ballot?  You can do all this by going to our website and clicking on ?My Status.

 

·      Verify that your voter information is up to date, specifically your address BEFORE Election Day.  It can be changed over the phone by calling 954-357-7050. 

 

·      If a voter has requested a vote-by-mail ballot and later decides to vote at the polling place instead, you may bring the vote-by-mail ballot with you to be cancelled at your polling place and receive a new ballot to vote at the polls.

 

Early Voting in Broward County Begins this Monday

For Immediate Release

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For Immediate Release

 

 Early Voting in Broward County Begins this Monday

 

Broward County, FL (October 19, 2018)—The Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office is prepared to be of service to voters at the 22 Early Voting Sites scheduled for the 2018 General Election. Instead of voting at their polling place or voting by mail, voters may take advantage of Early Voting which will take place from:

 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 22 THROUGH SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2018
7:00 A.M. TO 7:00 P.M.

FOR A TOTAL OF FOURTEEN DAYS

 

Voting Sites- A list of the 22 sites and hours is available on our website at www.browardsoe.org.  A list of the sites is also attached to this email. Broward County has expanded the early voting sites, dates, and times in an effort to better serve voters. Broward County voters may go to any of the Early Voting Sites to cast a vote. Voters with disabilities will be able to vote using a touchscreen machine located at each Early Voting site. 

 

Voters should take note that Florida law required voters to present picture ID with signature. Acceptable forms of ID are listed in our website at: www.browardsoe.org.

 

The tabulation and results of votes cast during Early Voting will be released after the polls close on Tuesday, November 6th, Election Day.  Results will be reported by precinct. 

 

 

Dr. Brenda C. Snipes

Broward County Supervisor of Elections

 

 

 

Media Contact:

Gino Herring, 954-712-1950

gherring@browardsoe.org

Important Voting Information for the 2018 General Election

For Immediate Release

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Important Voting Information for the 2018 General Election

 

Broward County, Florida (October 12, 2018) – In preparation for the 2018 General Election in Florida, the Broward County Supervisor of Elections is providing the following information for voter education purposes and for media to share with the community.

 

For this upcoming November 6th election, please remember that all registered voters can vote for any of the candidates of their preference who appear on their ballot regardless of party affiliation. 

 

One Sample Ballot was sent per household.  The Sample Ballot contains the candidates and amendments for the General Election and important election information that will help the voter prepare to vote.  Voters are asked to cross-reference the sample ballot with their Voter Information Card to identify their precinct’s assigned congressional, legislative, county commission and school board district numbers on the ballot in the upcoming election.

 

Voters should take note that Florida law required voters to present picture ID with signature at their early voting site or polling place.  Please visit our website at www.browardsoe.org for the list of acceptable forms of voter identifications. 

IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER:

Early Voting
Monday, October 22 through Sunday, November 4, 2018

Hours: 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Daily)

Please go to www.browardsoe.org for Early Voting locations

Last Day to Request a Vote-by-Mail Ballot to be mailed
Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.

(Vote-by-mail ballots must be in possession of the Supervisor of Elections’ Office no later than 7:00 p.m. on November 6th, Election Day.  Postmarks don’t count)

 

General Election Day
Tuesday, November 6, 2018       7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

 

Please visit our website at www.browardsoe.org or contact us at 954-357-7050 if you require additional information.

 

 

Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections

 

Media contact:

Gino Herring, (954)712-1950, gherring@browardsoe.org

Correspondence to voters from organizations other than the Supervisor of Elections’ Office

For Immediate Release

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Correspondence to voters from organizations other than the Supervisor of Elections’ Office

 

Broward County, Florida (October 12, 2018) – The Supervisor of Elections would like to inform all registered voters that if he or she received a letter from the Voters Participation Center (VPC) or any other entity enclosing a voter registration application or a vote-by-mail ballot application, it is not an official mailing from the Supervisor of Elections’ Office.

 

These organizations receive their voter list from various sources and the information may not match the information on file in our office.  If you receive mailings from an organization other than your Supervisor of Elections’ Office, please contact us at       954-357-7050, or e-mail us at elections@browardsoe.org. 

 

Voters can update their voter status or request a vote-by-mail ballot online at www.browardsoe.org or over the phone at 954-357-7050.

 

 

 

 

Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections

 

Media contact:

Gino Herring, (954)712-1950, gherring@browardsoe.org

Be On the Lookout for Your Vote-by-Mail Ballot

For Immediate Release

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Be On the Lookout for Your Vote-by-Mail Ballot

 

Broward County, Florida (September 28, 2018) –The Broward County Supervisor of Elections’ Office would like to inform voters that approximately 203,000 vote-by-mail ballots will be going out in the mail on October 2, 2018.  Once the voter has received his or her ballot, we remind them to keep the following in mind:

 

·        Vote on both sides of the paper ballot.

·        Ballots can be mailed back for free or, hand-delivered to the Elections’ office.

·        Remember to SIGN THE VOTER CERTIFICATE which is on the envelope of the vote-by-mail ballot. 

·        Vote-by-mail voters will not receive sample ballots in the mail.

·        Vote-by-Mail ballots must be in the possession of the Broward Supervisor of Elections by 7:00 p.m. on election night.  Post marks are not accepted. 

·        Ballots received after 7:00 p.m. on Election Night will not be counted.

 

Once early voting begins from October 22nd through November 4th, voters may drop-off ballots at designated early voting sites between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  Please go to www.browardsoe.org for vote-by-mail ballot drop-off locations.

 

 

 

Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Media Contact:

Gino Herring

954-712-1950

gherring@browardsoe.org

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