Monday is the last day to register to vote in the August 26th primary election. The Primary Election not only has party-specific races, but also nonpartisan races that are applicable to all registered voters—regardless of party affiliation.
Time is running out for Floridians who want to cast their ballot in the August 26th primary election but have not yet registered to vote. Monday is the deadline to register.
For Broward County’s illegal voters, Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes is their worst enemy. Snipes said that she snatched up five ballots before they could be mailed to convicted felons who have been accused of voting illegally. What she did mail them is warning letters.
Miami-Dade Commission Chair Joe Martinez is taking the results of the recent mayor race to court.
Miami-Dade County will retain a ban on owning pit bulls. With all 829 precincts reporting, 63 percent of voters said the pit bull ban should remain in place compared to just 37 percent who said it should be repealed.
Early voting for the August primary is already well underway, but the results in Broward County have been slim, while Miami-Dade is seeing large number voting by absentee ballot.
With just about two weeks to go until the August Primary, the Miami-Dade County Elections Department is testing their equipment.
Time is running out if you plan to cast your ballot in the August Primary Election but haven’t registered to vote yet.