Kevin Waite / Tuesday, February 19, 2019 / Categories: Uncategorized Vote By Mail Ballot Press Release Friday, February 15th SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS www.browardsoe.org Broward Governmental Center • 115 South Andrews Avenue, Room 102 • Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 • 954-712-1951 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, February 15th Broward County, Florida – During the 2018 General Election, over 3,300 Vote-By-Mail ballots across Broward County were not counted because they arrived after Election Day. Over 1,200 were not signed as required by law and therefore, were not counted. Today, the Broward County Supervisor of Elections is taking steps to help reduce the number of late returns and unsigned ballots and is placing a reminder call or text to voters who have requested a Vote-By-Mail ballot. The calls and texts will be gentle reminders to return their ballots in a timely manner to ensure every possible vote can and will be counted. Chief Deputy Supervisor of Elections, Mary Hall stated “We are mindful that over 4,000 votes did not count in the 2018 General Election because they were returned after the Election Day deadline or were unsigned. We are calling and texting voters who requested Vote-By-Mail ballots for the March 12 Municipal Elections to encourage them to return their signed ballots quickly so that every eligible vote can be counted.” Calls are scheduled to be sent to landlines at 10:00 a.m. and texts will be sent to cell phones at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, February 15, 2019. For further information, please contact: Steve Vancore (850) 528-4109 firstname.lastname@example.org Si desea una traducción de este documento sírvase solicitarlo por correo electrónico a: email@example.com. Oficina: 954-357-7050 • Fax: 954-357-7070 Previous Article Broward SOE Special Election Press Release Print 330 Rate this article: No rating Please login or register to post comments.