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Pinellas elections office sends presidential primary ballots to overseas voters

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More than 1,500 military and overseas voters will receive their absentee ballots soon. The Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections Office mailed 1,579 ballots Friday for the Presidential Preference Primary. Those receiving absentee ballots include active-duty military, their spouses and dependents absent from their place of residence. It also includes civilians who are U.S. citizens, but currently residing abroad. Another about 203,000 domestic voters will have ballots mailed out near Feb. 9. Legally, ballots must be mailed 28 to 35 days…

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With new law, voting in Florida’s elections will start week of July 4!

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Tucked into HB 131 (which I track using LobbyTools), the wide-ranging election reform legislation which would, among other things, clarify political advertising on the internet and regulate the electioneering activities of ‘527’s’, is a provision which would move up the date of when each county’s Supervisor of Elections would be required to mail out ballots to “early voters”, such as military and overseas voters.  Currently, the law requires Supervisors of Elections to mail ballots no later than 35 days before…

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With new law, voting in Florida’s elections will start week of July 4!

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Tucked into HB 131 (which I track using LobbyTools), the wide-ranging election reform legislation which would, among other things, clarify political advertising on the Internet and regulate the electioneering activities of ‘527’s’, is a provision which would move up the date of when each county’s Supervisor of Elections would be required to mail out ballots to “early voters,” such as military and overseas voters. Currently, the law requires Supervisors of Elections to mail ballots no later than 35 days before…

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