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Vote by Mail ballots In The Mail! & How to Track Your VBM Ballot

Event date: 9/24/2020 Export event

Leon County Voters who have requested a vote by mail ballot will receive their ballot in the mail soon! 

Keep watch for your GREEN Envelope in your mail box.

Make sure you place your voted ballot in the GREEN return envelope provided and then Print your name, Sign your name, and date it. Please return your voted ballot as soon as possible, don't wait till the last minute.

You can drop your voted ballot in the mail with one first class postage stamp; you can bring it into the Supervisor of Elections Office (must be received by 7pm Election day); you can drop your voted ballot at any of the Early Voting locations during early voting hours beginning October 19 - November 1. https://www.leonvotes.org/Voters/Early-Voting/Early-Voting-Information

 

https://www.leonvotes.org/Vote-By-Mail/Vote-By-Mail-Information

  • 8 September 2020
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