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Vote-by-Mail Ballots Mailed

Vote-by-Mail Ballots Received

Republican: 8,827 Republican: 1,820
Democrat: 63,500 Democrat: 15,093
Total Number: 72,327 Total Number: 16,913

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Canvassing Board Meeting Notice/Agenda 11/01/2021

Guidelines and Procedures for Observers and Meetings for the Special Primary Election

Canvassing Board Schedule for the Special Primary Election

Notice of Special Election For The Office of United States Representative in Congress, District 20

Special Primary Election Early Voting Locations

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Useful Information for the March Municipal Elections

For Immediate Release

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For Immediate Release

Useful Information for the March Municipal Elections

Broward County, FL. (March 7, 2017) - The following Municipalities are scheduled to have elections on Tuesday, March 14, 2017:

 

Coconut Creek (District C)

Weston (Seat 3)

Deerfield Beach

(Districts 3,4, & Mayor)

Miramar

(Seats 1, 2, & 3)

Hillsboro Beach

(Questions only)

Lighthouse Point

(Mayor only)

 

 

In order to make voting convenient, Supervisor of Elections, Dr. Brenda Snipes would like to share the following useful information with Broward voters who are planning to vote in the 2017 March Municipal Elections:

 

  • Please contact the municipalities for the name of candidates or click on My Precinct on the SOE Home Page for a sample ballot.

 

  • On Tuesday, March 14, voting hours will be from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. for all voters living in these cities/districts who were registered (within the state of Florida) to vote by Monday, February 13, 2017.

 

  • Florida law requires voters to present a picture ID with signature. Your Florida Driver’s License is the type of identification that poll workers can process the quickest.  If you do not have a Florida Driver’s License you may also present a Florida ID Card, US Passport, Military or Student ID, Public Assistance ID, Neighborhood association identification and Debit/Credit Card.  Please note: IDs must have current signature. Any combination of picture and signature is accepted.

 

  • Vote by mail

Upcoming Municipal Elections in March

For Immediate Release

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For Immediate Release

 

Upcoming Municipal Elections in March

 

Broward County, Florida (February 24, 2017) –The Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office would like to inform voters who live in the municipalities of Coconut Creek (District C), Deerfield Beach (Seats 3, 4, & Mayor), Hillsboro Beach (Questions Only), Lighthouse Point (Mayor), Miramar (Seats 1, 2, & 3), and Weston (Seat 3) municipal elections are scheduled to be held on March 14, 2017.

 

Approximately 31,341 vote by mail ballots with pre-paid return postage have been mailed out to voters in the respective six cities. Voters may request a ballot to be mailed until Wednesday, March 8, 2017.

 

Voters will be able to cast their votes at the polls on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  All eligible voters are encouraged to vote on Election Day.  The location of a voter’s precinct can be found on their Voter Information Card or by visiting the Elections website. 

 

Even though Early Voting will not be offered by the cities, eligible voters can request a vote by mail ballot by calling (954) 357-7055 or by placing a request online at: www.browardsoe.org. Anyone with questions or concerns regarding this election should contact the Main Office at (954) 357-7050.


Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections

Media Contact:

Tonya Edwards (954)712-1303 tedwards@browardsoe.org

How to Be Prepared for the November 8th General Election

For Immediate Release

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For Immediate Release

How to Be Prepared for the November 8th General Election

Broward County, FL (November 7, 2016) - On Tuesday, November 8th, polls will open at 7:00a.m. to 7:00 p.m. for Broward County voters who were registered to vote by October 18th, 2016.  Supervisor of Elections, Dr. Brenda Snipes, would like to share the following helpful reminders on how to be prepared for Election Day:

 

  • Florida law requires voters to present a picture ID with signature at the polling place.  Acceptable forms of ID are: Florida Driver’s License (quickest to process), Florida ID Card, US Passport, Military or Student ID, Public Assistance ID, Neighborhood Association ID, VA Healthcare ID, Concealed weapons permit ID, Government Employee ID& Debit/Credit Card.  Please note: IDs must have current signature.  Any combination of picture and signature is accepted.

 

·           The voter information card is not necessary in order to vote. It is a helpful tool to identify your districts, precinct, and polling location. Go to our website and click on precinct finder.  If you have moved, you are required to vote in your new home precinct.

 

 

  • A voter can take a marked sample ballot or other helpful information into the polling place.  Remember that Broward’s ballot is a two page ballot (front and back). Read all sides of the ballot to ensure you see all ballot amendments and initiatives.  

 

  • You will be asked for ID. If you do not have ID you MUST vote a provisional ballot. A provisional ballot is always counted when the voter is shown to be registered and eligible, regardless of the closeness of the outcome of the election. A person who votes provisionally simply because he or she forgot ID at the polls will not have to do anything else. If the signatures on that ballot certificate and the voter roll matches, the provisional ballot is counted.

 

·         Would you like to see if you are eligible to vote, track your absentee or provisional ballot?  Go to our website and click on Check my voter status.  

 

·         If a voter has requested a vote-by-mail ballot and later decides to vote at the polling place instead, you may bring the vote-by-mail ballot with you to be cancelled at your polling place and receive a new ballot to vote at the po

Read the Broward County State Attorney Office's results regarding an inquiry into the processing of vote-by-mail ballots

For Immediate Release

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MICHAEL J. SATZ STATE ATTORNEY

SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA BROWARD COUNTY COURTHOUSE

201 S.E. SIXTH STREET

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33301-3360    PHONE (954) 831-6955

 

PRELIMINARY MEMORANDUM

  

TO:  

MICHAEL J. SATZ STATE ATTORNEY

FROM:

TIMOTHY L. DONNELL  £

ASSISTANT STATE ATY IN CHARGE

SPECIAL PROSECUTIONS AND PUBLIC CORRUPTION UNIT

 

RE:  ALLEGATION THAT EMPLOYEES OF THE SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS OFFICE  FILLED  OUT BLANK BALLOTS

DATE:            NOVEMBER  4, 2016

On November 3, 2016, Deputy Chief Investigator Tim Bronson and I met with Chelsey Marie Smith and Attorney Robert Nichols. Ms. Smith provided to us an affidavit wherein she testified that she observed four employees at the Supervisor of Elections Office filling out blank ballots, on October 31, 2016, in a secured room identified as the Pitney-Bowes room. She indicated that she was employed through a temporary employment agency and was working full-time at the Broward County Supervisor of Elections main office in Lauderhill, Florida. Ms. Smith further indicated that she was terminated by the Elections Office on November 1, 2016, and was not told the reason for her termination.

On November 4, 2016, Deputy Chief Investigator Bronson, Assistant State Attorney Whitney Mackay, and I met with the Supervisor of Elections, Dr. Brenda Snipes, at the Supervisor of Elections Office. After discussing the complaint with Dr. Snipes, we toured the facility, which included inspecting the Pitney-Bowes room. We met with Canvassing Board Member Judge John Frey and spoke with Supervisor of Elections employee Mary Hall, who is in charge of Absentee Ballots.

Dr. Snipes acknowledged that it was entirely possible that Ms. Smith observed what she described in her affidavit. Florida Statute 101.5614(5)(a) states:

If any vote-by-mail ballot is physically damaged so that it cannot properly be counted by the automatic tabulating equipment, a true duplicate copy shall be made of the damaged ballot in the presence of witnesses and substituted for the damaged ballot. Likewise, a duplicate ballot shall be made of a vote-by-mail ballot containing an overvoted race or a marked vote-by-mail ballot in which every race undervoted which shall include all valid votes as determined by the canvassing board based on rules adopted by the division pursuant to s. 102.166(4). All duplicate ballots shall be clearly labeled "duplicate," bear a serial number which shall be recorded on the defective ballot, and be counted in lieu of the defective ballot. After a ballot has been duplicated, the defective ballot shall be placed in an envelope provided for that purpose, and the duplicate ballot shall be tallied with the other ballots for that precinct.

Dr. Snipes explained that military personnel who are stationed overseas fax their ballots to the Elections Office. Since the ballots are on fax paper and not the same size as the ballots that are tabulated by the machines, the statute allows a duplicate ballot to be made so that it can be tabulated by the automated machines. Federallaw allows military personnel overseas to fax their ballots to the Election Offic

High School Early Voting Field Trips

For Immediate Release

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Broward County, FL (October 31,2016)- In January, the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office with the cooperation and significant support of the Broward County Public Schools and numerous Private and Charter Schools conducted the annual High School Voter Registration (HSVR) Drive. During the week-long drive, a total of 11, 946 students pre-registered and registered to vote.

 

Over 16 Broward County high schools will be participating in early voting field trips over the next two days. Most of the students will be first time voters. The students will early vote at various locations across Broward County.

 

The Supervisor of Elections Office would like to congratulate all participating students for their commitment to becoming registered voters during the High School Voter Registration Week and engaging in the electoral process. 

 

Dr. Brenda C. Snipes

Broward County Supervisor of Elections

Media Contact:
 Tonya C. Edwards, MPA
 Public Information Officer
 954-712-1303/ 954-299-2937
 tedwards@browardsoe.org

Wilton Drive Temporarily Closed in Wilton Manors

Press Release

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Broward County, FL (October 30, 2016)-Our office received confirmation from Broward Sheriff's Office that the Secret Service and Wilton Manors Police Department have closed Wilton Drive due to the impending arrival of Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton in the Wilton Manors area. The closure will last until approximately 4 pm today. Voters may be affected and should use the Art Serve/Ft Lauderdale Branch Library as an alternative early voting location until road reopens.

 

Art Serve/ Fort Lauderdale Branch Library

1350 E. Sunrise Blvd. Rm 103

Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33304

 

 

 Media Contact:
 Tonya C. Edwards, MPA
 Public Information Officer
 954-712-1303
 tedwards@browardsoe.org

 

 

 

 

Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office

 

Dr. Brenda C. Snipes

Broward County Supervisor of Elections

 

 

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Broward Voters are Breaking Records

Press Release

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For Immediate Release

Broward Voters are Breaking Records

 

Broward County, FL. (Oct 25, 2016)—The Broward Supervisor of Elections Office is pleased to announce the first day of early voting was historical. Over 31,400 voters cast their ballot on Monday. First day early voting numbers have tripled since 2008. That is the highest number in a single day since the start of early voting in 2004.  On Oct. 4th, the office mailed out 173,000 vote by mail ballots. More than 86,000 have been voted and returned.

“These numbers are a good indication of a healthy democracy.” said Dr. Brenda Snipes, Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office. “We want to assure voters they can vote with confidence. We have more sites, longer hours of operation, and shorter wait times.”

 The office received 24,000 voter registration applications during extended voter registration deadline. We encourage voters to check their voter status and track their vote by mail ballot. Go to our website: www.browardsoe.org and click on My Status located on the main page.

In other related issues, two voters reported that Amendment 2 was not on their ballots. The voters were issued new ballots. A total of more than 80,000 ballots have been processed. No other ballots have been confirmed to not have the Amendment 2 issue on the ballot.

Another voter received a ballot with poor print quality. The voter was not able to see the amendment. She notified the staff and was issued new ballot which she voted.

 

For any questions or concerns, please call the main office of the Broward County Supervisor of Elections at 954-357-7050.

 

Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections

 

Media Contact: Tonya Edwards, 954-299-2937 tedwards@browardsoe.org

Broward Elections’ Office is Ready to Deliver Over 173,000 Vote-By-Mail Ballots

Media Advisory

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Media Advisory

 

Broward Elections’ Office is Ready to Deliver

Over 173,000 Vote-By-Mail Ballots

 

 

Broward County, FL. (October 3, 2016) — On Tuesday, October 4, 2016, a semi-trailer truck from the U.S. Post Office will arrive at the Supervisor of Elections’ Voting Equipment Center.  Approximately 173,926 ballots with pre-paid return postage will be loaded on an eighteen wheeler for the trip to the Opa-Locka post office. The ballots will be mailed out to Broward voters for the General Election which takes place on November 8, 2016.

   

The media is invited to attend a viewing of the loading of the truck at the Supervisor of Elections’ Voting Equipment Center in Lauderhill.  Once the truck is loaded, to ensure the safety of the vote-by-mail ballots, the Broward County Supervisor of Elections and Florida Highway Patrol Troopers will escort the truck to the United States Post Office in Opa-Locka.

 

This event will be conducted as follows:

 

When:           Tuesday, October 4, 2016 10:00 a.m.

                       

 

Where:           Supervisor of Elections Voting Equipment Center at Lauderhill Mall

                        1501 NW 40 Avenue, Lauderhill, FL 33313

 

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Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections

 

 

Media Contact:

Tonya Edwards (954)712-1303 tedwards@browardsoe.org

Broward Supervisor of Elections Celebrates National Voter Registration Day

For Immediate Release

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For Immediate Release

Broward Supervisor of Elections Celebrates

National Voter Registration Day

                                                                     

Broward County, FL (September 25, 2016)  On September 27, 2016, Broward County Supervisor of Elections celebrates National Voter Registration Day, the largest one-day effort to register voters in the US.

More than 2,000 organizations across the country will join forces on September 27, 2016 to implement grassroots voter registration programs in an effort to ensure every eligible voter has an opportunity to register and vote in the 2016 election.

 

This single day of coordinated field, technology and media efforts is celebrated on the 4th Tuesday of September annually and serves as a reminder to register to vote if you are eligible, and to check your existing registration to ensure it is accurate. Broward County residents may request vote-by-mail ballots or complete applications to become Election Day support workers. Applicants must be a US citizen and at least 18 years old to register.

In Broward County, the Supervisor of Elections office will be at the following locations conducting voter registration events:

8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Supervisor of Elections                                                                  Supervisor of Elections

Main Office 115 S. Andrews Ave.                                                  Lauderhill Office 1501 N State Rd. 7

 

Primary Election Night Reporting Update

For Immediate Release

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For Immediate Release

Primary Election Night Reporting Update

Broward County, FL. (August 31, 2016)—  The Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office  has attached an affidavit and media statement from Mindy Perkins, CEO of VR Systems, in which she details the information regarding the early posting of election results in Broward County. VR Systems is the provider of the website services for the Broward County Supervisor of Elections, as well as for most other election offices in the State of Florida.   Below is her media statement.

 

 

Media Statement

"In the process of providing technical assistance to the Broward County Supervisor of Elections’ Office, VR Systems created a link on the supervisor’s website that unintentionally made Broward County early voting and absentee ballot results public at 6:30 p.m. VR Systems assumes responsibility for this error, which is not in keeping with our service and performance standards. While we already have stringent measures in place to protect against errors, we are taking additional measures that include an extensive review of our procedures and technology to ensure that this never occurs again."- Mindy Perkins

 

Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections

 

 

Media Contact:

Tonya Edwards, 954-299-2937

tedwards@browardsoe.org
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