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October 5, 2012

Check out suwanneevotes.com

It's a valuable tool for all voters

Live Oak — Check out suwanneevotes.com. This site has voting information for Suwannee County and is a valuable tool for all voters.

Suwannee County Supervisor of Elections Glenda Williams says on the site, “I hope you find this site a useful tool to answer your election questions.  Among some of your options are updating your voter registration status, requesting an Absentee Ballot and looking at your Sample Ballot.” 

The election office has also added a link to help you find information on the 2012 Proposed Ballot Amendments.  Williams adds, “If we can be of further assistance either email us or call at 386-362-2616.  I hope you find our website useful and encourage you to visit often.”

Active Registered Voters as of 10/05/2012. Democrats: 12,597, Republicans: 8,980, Others: 3,404, Total: 24,981.

GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 6, 2012

Book closing October 9, 2012.

You must be a registered voter by October 9th to be eligible to vote in the General Election.

Early voting begins October 27, 2012-November 3, 2012

October 27, 28 and November 3

10 am - 4 pm

October 29 - November 2

8:30 am - 4:30 pm

On the website you can now: check your Voter Status Information online, make changes to your voter registration information, request an absentee ballot, check the status of your absentee ballot, view sample ballots when available, view your polling place and get directions, view office holders, view statistics about your precinct.

Due to storm damage, the Supervisor of Elections office has been relocated to the train depot at 210 North Ohio Ave., downtown Live Oak. All other contact information remains the same.

 

 

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