Checklist Before Voting Tomorrow

November 7, 2016


Tomorrow is Election Day and although over 6 million Floridians have already cast their votes, many will head to their polling station tomorrow between 7am and 7pm.  But before you head out, make sure you are prepared for more than just the Presidential race.  Congressional and State races are just as important and with state re-districting, you may be in a different district then in previous elections. You can still get a sample ballot from your county Supervisor of Elections web site (links at our web site) as well as searchable voter information, which will tell you which district you reside in and where to cast your vote.  Print your sample ballot Bring a current and valid picture identification with a signature. According to the Florida Division of Elections web site, you have a vast selection approved ID's including a Florida driver's license, Florida ID card, a debit or credit card, military ID, student ID, U.S. Passport, retirement center ID, neighborhood association ID, VA ID Card, Federal government ID card and even a concealed weapon ID card are accepted.  If you don't have an ID, you can still vote on a provisional ballot, however provisional ballots are usually counted after an election as there isn't time to validate them before certifying election.  Remember to not snap a selfie in the polling area as that is illegal under Florida law.  Wait until you are out of the polling area to snap that Facebook photo!

Alachua County Supervisor of Election web site

Marion County Supervisor of Elections web site

Gilchrist County Supervisor of Electiosn web site

Levy County Supervisor of Elections web site

Citrus County Supervisor of Elections web site

SOURCE: Election Smith

SOURCE: Florida Division of Election

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