Voting By Mail Appears To Set Record. More Than 170,000 Mail Ballots Cast In Palm Beach County.
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — It is election day in Palm Beach County for major posts. Your specific ballot depends on where you live, but many of our readers will have the opportunity to vote for Palm Beach County Sheriff, Palm Beach Count Election Supervisor and several judge positions. There are primary battles for congress, state senate and state representative.
The Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections website is full of information including your specific polling place, your specific ballot, and a look at how many voters have voted so far.
As of 8:30 Tuesday morning, turnout is hovering around 20 percent. Of 991,021 active eligible voters, 199,288 ballots have been cast, with 174,101 being cast through the mail. Early voting attracted 24,088 in-person voters. At this early hour, 715 people have shown up to vote in person.
Use this link for the Palm Beach County Elections Supervisor website.
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