This Saturday, August 18, EARLY VOTING begins in Pasco County and runs through Saturday, August 25 at eleven different locations throughout the County. Be sure to visit pascovotes.com for all of the Early Voting details.
Polls are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday and Sunday; from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. August 20-24; and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, August 25.
Any voter registered in Pasco County can vote early. According to the Pasco County Supervisor of Elections’ web site, voters must present both signature and photo identification. Some types of ID, such as a driver’s license, qualify for both; others, such as a debit card or student ID, have only one or the other and must be used in combination with each other.
Brian E. Corley, the Supervisor of Elections for Pasco County, reminds voters to check that their addresses are up-to-date before heading to the polls (something that can easily be fixed over the phone).
For those who already signed up for VOTE BY MAIL BALLOTS, we urge you to return them ASAP by mail for 49 cents OR by bringing them to one of three Supervisor of Elections locations in Pasco County (Dade City / New Port Richey / Land O’Lakes).
REMEMBER: Florida is a closed-primary state. In order to vote for Democratic Candidates in races holding a primary (Governor, US Congress, Florida Senate), you must already be registered as a Democrat. Since School Board and Judge races are considered to be “non-partisan” — everyone is permitted to vote for those candidates. (NOTE: please visit our CANDIDATES PAGE to see which of the School Board Candidates are Democrats).