Believe it or not, there is still another election to be held. Check your Voter Information Card to see if you are in County Commission District 2. This is the result of a disputed section of the election law which resulted in lawsuits challenging whether the race should be open or closed. As a result, residents of District 2 are without representation on the County Commission until after January 13.
What: Closed Primary Election – only registered Democrats can vote
When: Thursday, December 4; polls open 7 am to 7 pm
- Vote by Mail Ballots available by calling 954-357-7055 or online at www.browardsoe.org
- No Early Voting hours
Candidates: Lisa Kohner Aronson, Mark D. Bogen, Carmen Dixon Jones, Charlotte Elizabeth Rodstrom, Terry Williams-Edden
Winner will face a write-in candidate in General Election on January 13, 2015.
Broward County voters are cautioned to read their ballots carefully. The Children’s Service Council ballot question is hard to find, and easily skipped, as it is placed beneath state Amendment 3 in the lower corner on the reverse side of page one.
There are FOUR items on the reverse side of page. If you are voting early with an absentee ballot and make a mistake, do NOT cross it out or use correction fluid. YOU CAN APPLY FOR ANOTHER ABSENTEE BALLOT, or vote at one of twenty early voting sites, or on Election Day, November 4.
Early Voting – 20 Locations
See list of locations at Broward County Supervisor of Elections browardsoe.org or call 954-357-7050.
Monday, October 20 – Sunday, November 2
Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Vote by Mail or Absentee Ballot Voting
Last day to request mailed absentee ballot – October 29
Last day to pickup an absentee ballot – October 30