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What You Need to Know About the March 13th Election

What You Need to Know About the March 13th Election

Spring municipal elections in Boca Raton are just a week away and scheduled for Tuesday, March 13th.  There are candidates on the ballot for both Boca Raton City Council Seats C & D. Armand Grossman, Paul Preste and Monica Mayotte are all running for City Seat D and Deputy Mayor Jeremy Rodgers is seeking re-election against newcomer Kim Do for Seat C.

Boca Raton will not be holding early voting for this election, but there are options for casting your vote: You can show up at your polling place on Election Day, or use a vote-by-mail ballot.

Getting your ballot before Election Day

You may request a vote-by-mail ballot by March 7 in writing (to PO Box 22309, West Palm Beach, Fla. 33416), by telephone (561-656-6200), by fax (561-656-6200) or in person at an elections office (locations for Boca Raton are listed below but to find out which location you should vote at please visit: https://www.pbcelections.org/precinctfinder.aspx).

4130

Omni Middle

Boca Raton
4132 Calusa Elementary Boca Raton
4134 Hope City Church Boca Raton
4136 Hope City Church Boca Raton
4138 Ascension Catholic Church Boca Raton
4140 Broken Sound Club Boca Raton
4142 Woodfield Country Club Hoa Boca Raton
4144 Seasons Hoa Clubhouse Boca Raton
4146 Broken Sound Club Boca Raton
4148 Broken Sound Club Boca Raton
4150 Patch Reef Park Boca Raton
4152 Boca Delray Lodge #171 Boca Raton
4154 Ascension Catholic Church Boca Raton
4158 Spanish River High Boca Raton
4160 First Baptist Church Br Boca Raton
4162 Patch Reef Park Boca Raton
4164 Safe Schools Institute Boca Raton
4166 Fau Arena Lobby Boca Raton
4168 Jc Mitchell Elementary Boca Raton
4170 Spanish River Library Boca Raton
4172 Marine Safety Headquarters Boca Raton
4174 St Andrews Estates South Boca Raton
4176 St Andrews Estates North Boca Raton
4178 St Andrews Estates South Boca Raton
4180 Whitehall Boca Raton Boca Raton
4182 The Veranda Club Boca Raton
4184 Boca Raton Middle Boca Raton
4186 The Volen Center Boca Raton
4188 Church of All Nations Br Boca Raton
4190 St Gregory Episcopal Church Boca Raton
4192 Heartland Health and Rehab Br Boca Raton
4194 Del Prado Elementary Boca Raton
4196 Good Shepherd Lutheran Boca Raton
4198 Verde Elementary Boca Raton
4200 Verde Elementary Boca Raton
4202 St Jude Catholic Church Boca Raton
4204 Sugar Sand Park Comm Center Boca Raton
4206 Good Shepherd Lutheran Boca Raton
4208 Edgewater Pointe Estates Boca Raton
4210 Sugar Sand Park Comm Center Boca Raton
4212 Center For Spiritual Living Boca Raton
4214 Calvary Chapel Boca Raton Boca Raton
4216 Calvary Chapel Boca Raton Boca Raton
4218 Grace Community Church Boca Raton
4220 Boca Raton Community Center Boca Raton
4222 Boca Raton Downtown Library Boca Raton
4224 Grace Community Church Boca Raton
4226 St Gregory Episcopal Church Boca Raton
4228 Boca Raton Community Center Boca Raton
4230 Boca Raton Downtown Library Boca Raton

A written request must include your name, residence address, mailing address, date of birth, local and out-of-town telephone numbers, and signature.

An immediate family member or guardian may request a ballot for you; they’ll need to include their name, address, driver license number if available, their relationship to you and their signature. (Visit the elections website for the list of immediate family members).

Starting March 8, you may still request a ballot, but you must pick it up from an elections office. Someone you designate may pick up your ballot for you if they bring an affidavit signed by you. (Visit the elections website for the affidavit form).

Ballots must be returned to the main elections office (240 S. Military Trail, West Palm Beach) by 7 p.m. March 13, or to another elections office by 5 p.m. (the southeast office is at 345 S. Congress Ave., Room 103, Delray Beach). Delivering your ballot in person is recommended as Election Day gets closer.

Voting on Election Day — March 13

Find your polling place with the Palm Beach County Precinct Finder, at PBCElections.org under “Where Do I Vote.”

Arrive to vote anytime from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 13.

Bring an ID with your photo and signature. This could be a Florida driver license; an ID card from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles; a U.S. passport; a debit or credit card; military ID; student ID; retirement center ID; neighborhood association ID; public assistance ID; Veteran Health Identification Card; concealed-carry license; or government-issued employee ID.

If you do not have the proper ID or your registration cannot be verified, you may be given a provisional ballot. You will be notified after the election whether or not your ballot was counted.

Emergency vote-by-mail

If you are unable to reach your precinct on Election Day, you or someone you designate may pick up a vote-by-mail ballot from any elections office. An emergency affidavit (available on the elections website) is required. The ballot must be returned on time to be counted; see above for deadlines.

For more information, call the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections at 561-656-6200 or email Mailbox@pbcelections.org.

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