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ELECTION-RELATED INFORMATION

Vote-by-Mail Ballots Mailed

Vote-by-Mail Ballots Received

Republican: 8,778 Republican: 1,545
Democrat: 63,142 Democrat: 10,933
Total Number: 71,920 Total Number: 12,478

2021 Election Data

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Canvassing Board Meeting Notice/Agenda 10/27/2021

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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Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office Launches New Technology for Early Voting and Vote-By-Mail Totals

For Immediate Release

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For Immediate Release

Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office Launches New Technology for Early Voting and Vote-By-Mail Totals

Broward County, FL. (August 26, 2016)—  The Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office would like to announce the launch of a new technology to review the Early Voting Totals and Vote-By-Mail Ballots received from Broward Voters. 

 

The Early Voting Totals are shown in a graph form and gives a summary, a graph showing votes by party affiliation, the percentage of ballot types cast, votes by date and precinct.  “Our office is always looking for ways to be innovative.  We are very excited about this new tool which can now be found on the main page of our website www.browardsoe.org ” said Dr. Brenda Snipes, Broward County Supervisor of Elections.

 

Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections

 

 

Media Contact:

Tonya Edwards, 954-299-2937

tedwards@browardsoe.org

Early Voting Will End on Sunday, August 28, 2016

For Immediate Release

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 25, 2016

MEDIA CONTACT: Tonya Edwards, Public Information Officer: 954-299-2937

 

 

Early Voting Will End on Sunday, August 28, 2016

 

 

(Broward County)— This a reminder to Broward County voters that Early Voting will be open 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m every day until Sunday, August 28th, 2016.  Due to the potential of an impending storm, which could impact the Early Voting and Election Day schedules, voters are encouraged to take advantage of the Early Voting schedule.  

 

According to the Secretary of State, it is still too premature to determine if the voters will be impacted by the adverse weather.  If it is necessary to suspend voting, the order usually comes from the Governor’s Office.  The Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office will continue to monitor the progress of the storm and will use that to guide us going forward.  Voters are encouraged to take advantage of Early Voting while the weather is not inclement.

 

The office will inform the public via press releases to the media regarding any changes.  Broward County voters are also invited to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and our website for updates and information regarding changes to the election:

 

Twitter: @browardvotes

Facebook: Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office  

Website: www.browardsoe.org

Broward Elections Kicks Off Early Voting With a Grand Opening at Lauderhill Mall

For Immediate Release

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For Immediate Release

 

Broward Elections Kicks Off Early Voting With a Grand Opening at Lauderhill Mall

 

Broward County, FL (August 19, 2016)-The Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office staff is prepared and ready to service the voters of Broward County. The public is invited to the grand opening of Early Voting at the Lauderhill Mall. There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony at 9:15am to commemorate the grand opening of early voting for the 2016 primary election cycle.

 

The Lauderhill site is the hub of the elections operation. The Voting Equipment Center is located at the back of the Lauderhill Mall. This location collects and tabulates all ballots on Election night. Broward County voters may go to any of the Early Voting sites to cast their vote.

 

 

 

Broward County Early Voting Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Saturday, August 20, 2016

9:15 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.

SOE at Lauderhill Mall (East side of Mall)

1519 N. State Rd. 7

Lauderhill, FL 33313


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Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections

 

Media contact:

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

Evelyn Perez-Verdia (954) 605-4848

Broward Elections’ Office is Ready to Deliver Over 143,509 Vote-By-Mail Ballots

For Immediate Release

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Media Advisory

 

Broward Elections’ Office is Ready to Deliver

Over 143,509 Vote-By-Mail Ballots

 

 

Broward County, FL. (July 22, 2016) Revised — On Tuesday, July 26, 2016, a semi-trailer truck from the U.S. Post Office will arrive at the Supervisor of Elections’ Voting Equipment Center.  Approximately 143,509 ballots with pre-paid return postage will be loaded onto the eighteen wheeler for the trip to the Opa-Locka post office. At this time, the ballots will be mailed out to Broward voters for the Primary Election which takes place on August 30, 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, July 26, 2016

                        10:00 a.m.

 

Where:           Supervisor of Elections Voting Equipment Center at Lauderhill Mall

                        1501 NW 40 Avenue/441, Lauderhill, FL 33313

 

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Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections

 

 

Media Contact:

Tonya Edwards (954)712-1303 tedwards@browardsoe.org
Evelyn Perez-Verdia (954) 605-4848, epverdia@browardsoe.org

Be on the Lookout for Your Sample Ballot

For Immediate Release

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For Immediate Release

 

Be on the Lookout for Your Sample Ballot

 

Broward County, Florida (July 21, 2016) Revised-Broward County voter households should be on the lookout for a generic Primary Election Sample Ballot arriving in the mail between August 1-5, 2016. The Sample Ballot contains the candidates for the Primary Election and important election information that will help the voter prepare to vote.  Please note that one Sample Ballot will be sent per household, unless all voters in the household requested a vote-by-mail ballot.

 

For this upcoming August 30th election, please remember that Florida is a closed primary state and only voters with a major party affiliation are eligible to vote in a primary when electing that party’s nominee for the general election. All voters, regardless of affiliation, may vote for nonpartisan races and issues such as: judicial and School Board candidates.

 

Please cross-reference the sample ballot with your voter information card to identify your precinct’s assigned congressional, legislative, county commission and school board district numbers on the ballot in the upcoming election since some numbers may have changed.

 

Voters can get a personalized sample ballot on the web at: www.browardsoe.org by clicking on “voter information” located on the main page, and then clicking on “sample ballot lookup.”

 

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Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections

 

Media contact:

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

Evelyn Perez-Verdia (954) 605-4848

Voter Initiative: “Outreach at the Beach”

For Immediate Release

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For Immediate Release

Voter Initiative: “Outreach at the Beach”

Broward County, FL. (July 21, 2016) – The Broward County Supervisor of Elections’ office launched its “Outreach at the Beach” campaign on June 25th, when staff began visiting Broward County beaches. This weekend is the fourth of a five- stop voter education tour to be conducted throughout the month of July.

Election staff will be canvassing the beach wearing red “Register to Vote” t-shirts, encouraging beachgoers to register, update their voter status, and to make any necessary updates to their voter records.

Voters will be reminded that the last date to register to vote is August 1, 2016. Name changes, and changes in party affiliation must be made on, or before the August 1st deadline to ensure that the information is current for voting in the August 30th Primary election.

The Election Connection mobile unit will also be in Fort Lauderdale Beach this weekend at the corner of A1A and Las Olas Blvd., in the Oceanside parking lot.   

The Summer Tour dates, locations, & times:

                  Deerfield Beach June 25 & 26, 10am-2pm (Completed)

                                    Pompano Beach   July 9 & 10, 10am-2pm (Completed)

    L-B-T-S July 16 &17, 10am-2pm (Completed)

  *Fort Lauderdale     July 23 & 24, 10am-2pm

  Hollywood Beach   July 30 & 31, 10am-2pm

 

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Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections

Media Contact:

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

Evelyn Perez-Verdia (954) 605-4848, epverdia@browardsoe.org

Voter Initiative: "Outreach The Beach"

For Immediate Release

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For Immediate Release

Voter Initiative: “Outreach at the Beach”

Broward County, FL. (July 8, 2016) – The Broward County Supervisor of Elections’ office launched its “Outreach at the Beach” campaign on June 25, when staff began visiting Broward County beaches. This weekend is the second of five- stop voter education tour to be conducted throughout the month of July.

Election staff will be canvassing the beach wearing red “Register to Vote” t-shirts, encouraging beachgoers to register, update their voter status, and to make any necessary updates to their voter records.

Voters will be reminded that the last date to register to vote is August 1, 2016. Name changes, and changes in party affiliation must be made on, or before the August 1st deadline to ensure that the information is current for voting in the August 30th Primary election.

The Election Connection mobile unit will also be in Pompano Beach this weekend at the corner of Pier Street and Pompano Beach Blvd, just one block North of Atlantic Blvd.  

The Summer Tour dates, locations, & times:

                  Deerfield Beach June 25 & 26, 10am-2pm (Completed)

                                                            Pompano Beach   July 9 & 10, 10am-2pm

L-B-T-S                  July 16 &17, 10am-2pm

  Fort Lauderdale     July 23 & 24, 10am-2pm

  Hollywood Beach   July 30 & 31, 10am-2pm

 

Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections

 

Media Contact:

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

Evelyn Perez-Verdia (954) 605-4848, epverdia@browardsoe.org

New Voter Information Cards for Broward Voters

For Immediate Release

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For Immediate Release

 

New Voter Information Cards for Broward Voters

Broward County, FL. (June 21, 2016)— New Voter Information cards will begin arriving at the homes of all Broward County voters by the end of this week. The new cards will reflect voter information based on the recent redistricting process. Voters should review all of their districts and numbers in that some may have changed.  Voters are encouraged to review their personal information such as name, address, city and party affiliation. The full name of the political party has been included and is located to the right of the voter’s name.  

 If any information needs to be corrected or changed, voters are asked to contact the Supervisor of Elections’ office immediately at 954 357-7050, or via email at elections@browardsoe.org. Requests for party changes must be done in writing by August 1, 2016, which is twenty-nine days before the August 30th primary election. Voters are invited to visit www.browardsoe.org to review information on the upcoming election cycle which includes the primary election and the General Election scheduled for November 8, 2016. All three methods of voting will be available in each election: vote-by mail, early voting and precinct voting on Election Day. 

Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections

 

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Media Contact:

Tonya Edwards, 954-299-2937

tedwards@browardsoe.org

Evelyn Perez-Verdia, (954)605-4848

epverdia@browardsoe.org

Voter Registration Forms Sent Are Not From Broward Elections Office

For Immediate Release

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For Immediate Release

 

Voter Registration Forms Sent Are Not From Broward Elections Office

Broward County, FL. (June 20, 2016)— In recent weeks, many Broward voters have contacted our office alarmed about a mailing they have received regarding their voter status. The opening statements of the letter indicate that the voter is not registered to vote in Broward County. The letter is sent from the Voter Participation Center (VPC) located in Washington D.C.  Although the organization is well- intentioned in its support of voter registration, their mailings are misleading and often sent to voters who are deceased, or unknown at the listed addressed.  Some voters have reported that letters have been addressed to a family pet, an incorrect use of names such as nicknames, or to adult children who no longer reside in the home.

 

We want to insure that voters are not confused by this unsolicited correspondence and that their concerns are addressed quickly.

Therefore, voters who receive the VPC letter are encouraged to contact the office of the Broward County Supervisor to verify their voter status on our website: www.browardsoe.org and click on My Status located on the main page.

 

For additional questions or concerns, voters may call the main office of the Broward County Supervisor of Elections at 954-357-7050 or contact the Voter Participation Center at 202-659-9570.

 

 

Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, Supervisor of Elections

 

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Media Contact:

Tonya Edwards, 954-299-2937

tedwards@browardsoe.org

Evelyn Perez-Verdia, (954)605-4848

epverdia@browardsoe.org
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