Last Weekend to Vote

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As cars rushed by early Friday night, the line of voters was wrapped around the building at Jimmie B. Keel Library on Bearss Avenue in north Hillsborough County in Tampa during this last weekend of Early Voting. So much is at stake in this November election as voters decide who should lead America as President/Vice President and who should represent and serve them in Congress, state legislatures and other public offices.  Florida’s 3-page ballot also includes amendments on Solar Energy and Legalizing Medical Marijuana.

On this pleasant Fall evening,  Marti Dickson was out on Bearss Avenue waving to passersby tonight.  Dickson supports Mark Ober, who is running for State Attorney.

The parking lot was filled at Jimmie Keel Library tonight as voters rushed to cast their ballot before polls closed at 7 p.m.  The library is one of 16 polling sites in Hillsborough County. Early Voting ends Sunday, November 6th.  Polls open from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.

The last chance to vote in this election is Tuesday, November 8, 2016.  Registered voters must vote in the precinct they are assigned on Election Day.  On Tuesday, the polls open again from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Election officials encourage voters to bring valid photo and signature identification to vote during Early Voting or on Tuesday, November 8th.

If you have not turned in your Vote by Mail ballot, Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Craig Latimer recommends voters drop them off at any Early Voting site or SOE offices before 7 p.m. on November 8th.  Pollworkers are not allowed do this for you.

If you don’t have your Vote by Mail ballot,  registered voters can still vote in person at any polling site when they check-in during Early Voting or on November 8th.

All registered voters in line by 7 p.m. will be allowed to vote after the polls close. Ballots are in English and Spanish.  Whereever you vote, a phone bank of translators in other languages also is available through the Supervisor of Elections office.  See the precinct clerk or assistant clerk.

Each registered voter is allowed up to 3 ballots before submitting the final vote.

For more information, visit or contact the Supervisor of Elections in your city, county or state.

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