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Make An Appointment To Vote Early In Palm Beach County

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While Some Officials Work To Make Early Voting Difficult, Palm Beach County Offers Appointments, Other Options…

Sign Up Now, Skip The Early Voting Line…

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BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — While some elected officials continue to engage in efforts to make early voting difficult, Palm Beach County Elections Supervisor Wendy Sartory Link is efforting to make it easy. Her office is offering voters the ability to now make an appointment to vote early. The appointments may be booked online. Her office issued the following statement:

“Election Day is November 8th and Early Voting begins Monday, October 24th and is available until Sunday, November 6th. There are 21 Early Voting locations open 7:00 am – 7:00 pm across Palm Beach County. 

For a list of Early Voting locations and wait times, visit www.VotePalmBeach.gov.

Your Supervisor of Elections is launching a new program for the 2022 General Election to help you vote early faster. You can now make an appointment to vote early using our new Early Voter Appointment Program. 

By scheduling an Early Voting Appointment, you can skip the Early Voting line during your appointment time window. Appointments are designated 15 minute time slots. 

This is a new and optional program for those who want to schedule a time to vote. You are not required to make an appointment to vote during Early Voting. Schedule an appointment today at www.VotePalmBeach.gov.

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