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Notice of rights to provisional ballot voters:
- A person casting a provisional ballot has the right to present written evidence supporting his or her eligibility to vote to the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office no later than 5 p.m. on the second day following an election.
- In a Primary Election, it is important to contact the Supervisor of Elections office immediately to confirm you are registered and eligible to vote in the General Election.
- If you voted a provisional ballot because you did not have the proper identification, your ballot will be counted if your signature on the Provisional Ballot Voter's Certificate and Affirmation matches the signature on your registration record and if you voted in the proper precinct. You will not need to provide further written evidence to the Supervisor of Elections. If your signature on the Provisional Ballot Certificate is missing or does not match the one on file, you will still have the opportunity to cure the deficiency by submitting a completed Provisional Ballot Cure Affidavit (English /Español) to our office no later than 5 PM on the second day after the election.
- Information about whether your provisional ballot was counted in the final canvass of votes, and if not, the reasons why, will be mailed no later than 30 days following the election. You may also contact our office at (813) 612-4180 for information on whether your ballot was counted.