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HAGA CLIC EN LOS ENLACES DE ABAJO PARA
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ALREDEDORES                1, 6,  y 7

ALREDEDORES                     2  y 8

ALREDEDORES     3, 4, 5, 10 y 11

ALREDEDORES          9, 12, 13, y 14
            


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GENERAL ELECTION

NOVEMBER 6, 2018

SAMPLE BALLOTS

Sample ballots are posted above and are available for download. Just click the Sample Ballot link at the top of this page and follow the prompts for your Sample Ballot.


ARE YOU ELECTION READY?

Your Supervisor of Elections wants to know -
Are You Election Ready?" With the 2018 General Election less than 60 days away we would like to encourage you to check your voter status now. Ask yourself these four simple questions:
Am I Registered to Vote?
Has My Name Changed?
Do I Need to Update My Signature?
Have I Moved Since I Last Voted?


VOTE BY MAIL VOTING

The General Election ballot is a lengthy two-page ballot. Now would be a great time to consider your options for voting and decide if voting by mail is the right choice for you. Any registered voter may vote a mail ballot. Requests can be accepted only from the voter, a member of the voter's immediate family or legal guardian. Please call the elections office at 850-838-3515 to request a mail ballot. The Supervisor of Elections office will mail vote by mail ballots to absent stateside and overseas uniformed service voters and overseas civilian voters for the General Election no later than Friday, September 21, 2018. All other mail ballots will be mailed beginning October 2, 2018 per Florida Statute.

You can now track your vote by mail ballot by calling the elections office at 850-838-3515 or by clicking on the My Registration/Vote By Mail Status tab above and following the prompts. 

If you are voting by mail be sure to place the proper postage on your return envelope
$.50 is the required postage

DON'T FORGET TO SIGN

Florida law requires that a vote by mail voter certificate be signed by the voter in order for the ballot to be counted