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11/12 - 11/16: Regional Offices Closed

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PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE

The Secretary of State has ordered manual recounts in the races for Senator, Commissioner of Agriculture and State Senate District 18. The manual recounts will take place on Friday, November 16 and Saturday, November 17 (if needed), from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. at 9 a.m., at the Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Center.  The manual recount is open to the public. The schedule is subject to change. Any updates will be posted on the website.

Order for Manual Recount: State Senate District 18
Order for Manual Recount: U.S. Senator
Order for Manual Recount: Commissioner of Agriculture

Conditional Notice of Manual Recount

Frequently Asked Questions about Recounts


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IMPORTANT:  When you track your mail ballot, it will show the status as "received" until three days after the election. At that time, the status will change to "tabulated." Those ballots were scanned and tabulated and the results were uploaded on Election Night. 

Link to the printable voter registration application.If you experience problems using the RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov link to online voter registration, click here to download a printable application. (En Español)



ELECTION SECURITY


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Are You Ready to Vote?WHEN IS THE NEXT ELECTION?

Our next election is the City of Tampa Municipal Election in March, 2019. See election dates and deadlines here.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

Q: Are Vote By Mail ballots always counted?
A:  Yes. By law, all Vote By Mail ballots are counted. In fact, they are the first votes we report on Election Night. 

Q: Why does Hillsborough County publish voting material in English and Spanish? 
A:  Hillsborough County is a "covered jurisdiction" under the Language Minority Groups provision of the Voting Rights Act, so we are required by law to publish voting material in both English and Spanish.

Q: Why am I allowed to vote in any Early Voting location during the Early Voting period, but on Election Day I have to vote in my assigned neighborhood polling place?
A:  During Early Voting, we have printers in each voting site, and no matter what districts you live in, we can print your ballot for you when you arrive. Ballots are printed in advance for Election Day. When you go to your polling place on Election Day, your ballot will be waiting for you.

 

 

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