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Posted: 5:06 p.m. Friday, July 18, 2014

2014 Primary Election Voter Information

Your Vote Counts
Your Vote Counts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 2014 Primary Election is August 26th.  The book closes July 28th. Dates To Remember:

July 22 – Local absentee ballots mail Out

July 26 – Saturday Office Open for Book Closing (9am-4pm)

July 28 Book Closing  

August 8 – Sample Ballots Mail Out  

August 15 – 24 EARLY VOTING BEGINS (10am -7pm)

 For a list of Early Voting Centers Click Here!

August 16 – Saturday Office Open for Early Voting (10 AM -7PM)

August 17 – Sunday Office Open for Early Voting ( 10 AM- 7PM)

August 20 Last Day To Request Absentee Ballot “Mailed” (5pm  6th day prior to Elections)

August 22 Last Day To MAIL Absentee Ballots (4th Day prior to elections)

August 23 – Saturday Office Open for Early Voting

August 24 – Sunday Office Open for Absentee Voting

August 25 Last day for Unsigned Absentee Ballot Affidavit (no later than 5 p.m. on the day before the election)

August 26 – Supervisor of Elections Office Open (7:00a.m. – 7 p.m.)

August 26 Primary Elections

November 4 General Elections

 

Check your county elections office for the open offices on the ballot:

 

Orange County – www.ocfelections.com

Osceola County – www.voteosceola.com

Seminole County – www.voteseminole.org

 

Who can register and vote

To register and vote, you must be 18 years of age, a citizen of the United States of America and a legal resident of Florida and of the county where you intend to vote. A person who is otherwise qualified may pre-register on or after that person’s 16th birthday and may vote in any election held on or after that person’s 18th birthday.

Persons not entitled to register to vote

  • People who have been found by a court in this or another state to be mentally incapacitated with respect to voting and who have not had their right to vote restored.
  • Persons who have been convicted of any felony in any court and who have not had their right to vote restored.
  • Any person who is not a citizen of the United States of America
  • A person who is not registered to vote may not vote.

 

How to Register:

To register to vote, you must fill out a voter registration application. Voter registration applications are available at your local supervisor of elections’ office, the Division of Elections, driver’s license offices, state agencies that provide public assistance, stare agencies that serve person with disabilities, public libraries, armed forces recruitment offices, and many other public locations .

 

Early Voting Centers will open from Friday, August 15th - Sunday, August 24th.  For a list of Early Voting Centers Click Here!

 
 

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