Election Day is November 8

palm beach county logo copyPALM BEACH COUNTY – Polling locations for the 2016 General Election will be open in Palm Beach County tomorrow from 7 a.m. to 7  p.m. for all voters who were registered to vote by Tuesday, October 18.

On Election Day, voters are required to present their current picture/signature ID to vote. Acceptable forms of valid identification are: Florida Driver’s License, Florida State ID Card, US Passport, Debit/Credit Card, Military or Student ID, Public Assistance ID, Neighborhood Association Identification, a License to Carry a Concealed Weapon or Firearm issued pursuant to s. 790.06, Veteran Health ID Card, or Employee ID Card issued by any branch, department, agency, or entity of the Federal Government, the state, a county, or a municipality. Identification must include both a picture and signature to be eligible, and any combination of picture and signature is acceptable. Voter cards are not a valid form of identification and are not required to vote on Election Day.

 Voters may not turn in completed vote by mail ballots at their polling location on Election Day. They may, however, bring their sample ballot or other helpful information to remember their choices. Completed vote by mail ballots must be returned to the Main Office by 7 p.m. or one of our Satellite Offices by 5 p.m. on Election Day.

Voters must vote at their assigned polling location on Election Day. This information can be found on your voter information card, sample ballot or on our website at www.pbcelections.org by clicking on ‘Where Do I Vote’. Please make any address changes prior to going to the polls by calling 561-656-6200.

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

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