It’s never too early to think about voter registration! Florida’s Presidential Preference Primary is on March 15, 2016 and voters have many ways to register or update their voter registration information and educate themselves on the options available to them during elections.
Get information on how to request an absentee ballot, early voting times and dates, and find your polling place.
Voters have one of three options in which to exercise their right to vote.
1) Absentee (Vote-by-Mail)
2) Early Voting
3) Your assigned polling place on Election Day
For the 2016 Presidential Preference Primary Election, we are anticipating a large voter turnout. In the recent past elections, we have seen an increase in voters choosing to vote by absentee (Vote-by-Mail). With those two things in mind, and If your signature has not been updated in the past (6) years or more, as your Supervisor of Elections, I would like to remind you that now is the time for you to update your signature on file with our office.
If you choose to vote absentee (vote-by-mail), your signature is compared with the signature we have on file for you. Signatures are compared with each and every absentee ballot that is cast and every initiative/candidate petition that is signed. Over the years your signature may have changed due to different reasons.
In an effort to ensure that your signature is up-to-date, or to make any additional changes to your voter registration record you may contact our office at (352) 498-1216 so that we can verify the information we have for you on file is correct and current. You may also reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope you will find our website user-friendly, with answers to your questions. The site has many links with various information that we hope you will find helpful. As always, if you can't find what you are looking for, please feel free to contact our office and we'll be happy to assist you.
Thank you for visiting our website and remember,
the door to your elections office is always open.
Dixie County Supervisor of Elections