BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Whether you like things just the way they are or you want them to change, note that you can request a “vote by mail” ballot from the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections.
The “vote by mail” web page is “live.”
If you file a request, it will be in effect through the next two general elections. There’s even a tracking system to make sure your voice is heard. Specifically: you’ll know if your ballot makes it to the supervisor’s office or not.
No dangling chads to worry about.
With upcoming election procedures somewhat in question, you can fill your your ballot and send it — or drive up to a polling place to deliver it — as election days nears.
The first up election is a primary on August 18th. But as you may have heard, there is a big election happening in November. Requesting a ballot by mail will reduce your stress in needing to travel to a polling place.
Use this link to visit the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections website. You’ll be taken directly to the “vote by mail” section.
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