BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Polls open at 7am throughout Boca Raton and will remain open until 7pm. You do not need identification to vote, but you do need to vote at your assigned polling place. If you've lost your voter registration card, or just have no idea if the listed polling place is current, visit the Supervisor of Election's precinct finder by clicking the link. It will tell you where you are supposed to vote based on your address.
If you are wondering who is running for what, print out the sample ballot for your home address which is available here.
Countywide, here's the breakdown of how many people are registered by party: 248,944 residents are registered republicans, while 386,692 residents are registered democrats. There are 234,640 residents listed as “other”
During early voting, 20,842 people voted in the City of Boca Raton and the public library in West Boca Raton.
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