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All Broward Voters: Be On the Lookout for Vote-By-Mail Information Brochure

For Immediate Release

For Immediate Release


All Broward Voters: Be On the Lookout for

Vote-By-Mail Information Brochure



Broward County, FL (October 9, 2015) — The Broward County Supervisor of  Elections, Dr. Brenda C. Snipes,  would like to inform all Broward voters that they will be receiving a Vote-By-Mail Information Brochure in the mail beginning Tuesday, October 13.  Mailings will continue throughout the month of October until all 1.1 million plus Broward registered voters have received the brochure. 


This information brochure will contain information relative to how to request a Vote-by-Mail Ballot for any, or all, the 2016 elections by returning the form attached to the mailing, or visiting the website at www.browardsoe.org, or by calling the vote-by-mail line at 954-357-7055.   


 “We are pleased to advise all voters that effective with the March 2016 Presidential Preference Primary election, the postage to return a voted ballot will be pre-paid by the Elections Office.  Voters may continue to drop off a voted ballot at the two Elections Offices as well.” said Dr. Snipes. 


For any questions or concerns, please call the main office at 954-357-7050 or visit www.browardsoe.org


 Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections





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