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Supervisor of Elections Mails Over 25,000 Vote by Mail Ballots
Stuart – Martin County Supervisor of Elections, Vicki Davis, has mailed over 25,000 Vote by Mail ballots for the November 6th, Presidential Election.
The ballot for the November 6th Presidential Election will be two pages long, due to 11 state constitutional amendments.
Once you have voted your ballot make sure it is returned to the Elections Center by 7 p.m. Election Day, November 6th.
Voters have the option to mail their ballot to the Elections Center. But, it’s important to remember to sign and seal your return envelope and affix the required .65 cents return postage.
Or, voters now have the option to drop their voted ballot off at any of our six early voting sites, during early voting which begins on Saturday, October 27th- Saturday, November 3rd. Each site will have a secured ballot box for your convince and no postage will be required.
To track the status of your ballot visit MartinVotes.com and click on “Track Your Ballot” located in the What’s New section.
The deadline to request a ballot to be mailed is Wednesday, October 31, 2012.
“Since Florida is a no excuse state, Voting by Mail is a convenient way for Martin County voters to ensure that their voice is heard and their vote counted, without ever having to leave home, said Davis.”
Vote by Mail ballots may be requested by visiting the Elections Centers website at MartinVotes.com or calling the office at (772) 288-5637.