Want to vote? Deadline to register for August primary is July 30


Monday is the deadline for new voter registrations or changes in party affiliation for the Aug. 28 primary elections in Florida.

Democratic and Republican primaries and several nonpartisan races will be on the Aug. 28 ballot. Only registered Democrats can vote in the Democratic primary and only registered Republicans can vote in the Republican primary. All registered voters, including those belonging to minor parties or with no party affiliation, can vote in elections for judge and other nonpartisan offices.

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Those wishing to register can pick up a registration form at any of four Palm Beach County Elections Offices as well as county libraries and other local government offices. Registration forms are also available online at www.pbcelections.org or at www.RegistertoVoteFlorida.gov.

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Forms must be printed, signed and dropped off at an elections office or mailed to the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Office at P.O. Box 22309, West Palm Beach, FL 33416.

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Voters who are registering in Florida for the first time must also include a copy of a current picture identification with signature when mailing the form to the elections office.

Applications must be dropped off at an elections office by the 5 p.m. close of business on Monday or postmarked by Monday, July 30.

For additional information, contact the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Office at 561-656-6200 or by email at mailbox@pbcelections.org or visit the www.pbcelections.org website.



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