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Over 2,000 Voted Ballots Received

STUART, FL – Martin County Supervisor of Elections, Vicki Davis, announced that voters still have time to request Vote by Mail ballots for the August 14th primary. Voting by Mail is an option for every registered voter upon request. Over 18,000 Vote By Mail ballots have already been mailed for the primary election.


Mail ballots are available by calling the Elections Center at 772-288-5637, or by visiting the website at and filling out a request form. 


The deadline to request a Vote by Mail Ballot to be mailed is, Wednesday, August 8th. Mail ballots cannot be forwarded according to Florida Statutes.


A registered voter may come to the Elections Office and pick-up a Vote By Mail ballot for themselves now.


Voters also have the ability to “Track Your Ballot” by visiting the Elections Centers website at Click on “Track Your Ballot” under the What’s New tab. 


Once you have voted your ballot make sure it is returned to the Elections Center by 7 p.m. Election Day, August 14, 2012. Remember to sign and seal your return envelope and affix the required .45 cents return postage.


The Supervisor of Elections office is located at 135 S.E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, in Stuart for more information call the Elections Center at 772-288-5637. The Elections Center is open Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm.

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