Tracking Your Vote By Mail Ballot

September 28, 2020

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Vote by mail ballots have begun to arrive in mail boxes across the state and if you have already determined which candidates will get your vote, fill it out and return it now.  Although it isn't due until 7pm November 3rd, the sooner you can return it the better!  The good news is that you are able to track your vote by mail ballot, from when it was sent to you and when it is received and counted online, at regsitration.elecions.myflorida.com (link at website). By entering your name and birthdate, you can check your voter status here and by accessing the "ballot and precinct information" (at the bottom of the page) through your county Supervisor of Elections’ website. Remember, you have until October 5th to register to vote in the November election.  You have until October 24th to request a vote by mail ballot and all vote by mail ballots must be received by the Supervisor of Elections by 7pm November 3rd either by mail or by dropping off your sealed ballot at secure drop boxes at the Supervisor of Elections' main and branch offices or at early voting sites in your county. Check with your county to locate the vote-by-mail ballot secure drop boxes in the county. Make sure to follow all the directions, including signing your ballot before you send it.

SOURCE: Lifehacker

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