Registered Voters as of 10/20/2014 | Republican: 52,060 | Democrat: 27,186 | Other: 26,002 | Total: 105,248
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Join Our Team in 2014

Click on the mailbox to request to Vote by Mail!

Thank you, Martin County voters, for taking part in the August election. While turnout statewide stood at only 17.5 percent, the lowest primary participation in 16 years, 25 percent of Martin County voters cast their ballots.

Everyone knows voter participation drops when the presidential race isn't on the ballot. In the 2010 general election, 55 percent of Matin County voters participated in the democratic process. Let's increase that to 60 percent.

We want to ensure you're ready for November, and challenge you to exceed expected turnout.

Voting is now more covenient than ever. Visit or stop by the Elections Center (135 SE Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Stuart) to request a Vote-By-Mail ballot. Online or in-person, you can check your registration, update your address, or obtain the forms necessary to change your name, your party affiliation, or to update your signature. You can also locate the seven sites hosting Early Voting, which will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 20 though Saturday, Nov. 1.

While the Elections Center is one of the Early Voting locations, it's not an option on Election Day. If you wait until Nov. 4, you must vote at your assigned precinct. Exceptions are limited to extenuating circumstances.

At the elections office, this is our favorite time of year. Please exercise your constitutional right to vote -- the bedrock of our democratic republic, which enables the peaceful transfer of power. We take to heart or theme, "Join Our Team in 2014," welcoming invitations to speak to your homeowners association, business or civic group and to answer any and all questions. (Call 772-288-5637.)

It's a joy to serve the Martin County voters, who know that "government by the people" requires the people's input; and you can be counted, quite literally, to provide it.

Vicki Davis
Martin County Supervisor of Elections

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