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Can you vote at your precinct on Tuesday if your mail-in ballot isn't being shown as being cast?

Updated: May 5, 2023

---------- Forwarded message --------- On Mon, Nov 7, 2022 at 2:47 PM Susan wrote: Thank you for the reply. I know you're busy preparing for tomorrow. I hope the news outlets encourage everyone who voted by mail to check to make sure their ballot was counted. And if it hasn't been counted by Tuesday morning, they should vote at their polling place to make sure their voice is heard. Thanks for confirming that is OK for them to do.. ---------- Forwarded message --------- From: Hogan, Mike Date: Mon, Nov 7, 2022 at 2:12 PM Subject: RE: If someone checks and the mail in ballot hasn't been counted Tuesday morning, can they vote at their precinct polling place? Yes, they can and do in just about every election. Our system is programmed to only accept the first ballot from a voter and blocks all other attempts of that voter. From: Susan To: Hogan, Mike Subject: If someone checks and the mail in ballot hasn't been counted Tuesday morning, can they vote at their precinct polling place? If someone checks and their mail-in ballot hasn't been counted by Tuesday morning, can they vote at their precinct polling place even if they did mail their ballot? It doesn't say on this page: https://www.duvalelections.com/Voter-Information/Vote-By-Mail/Check-Your-Absentee-Voter-Status And the FAQ page merely says this: the voter can vote a regular ballot if the supervisor of elections' office can confirm that it has not received the voter's vote-by-mail ballot. --


The Florida Division of Elections says: "If you decide to go to the polls to vote instead of voting by mail, you should bring the vote-by-mail ballot (marked or not) with you so that it can be cancelled at the polls. If you come to the polls without the vote-by-mail ballot, you can vote a regular ballot if the Supervisor of Elections' office can confirm that it has not received the vote-by-mail ballot. If it is confirmed that the Supervisor of Elections office has received the vote-by-mail ballot or it cannot be determined, you cannot vote a regular ballot at the polls. However, if you believe that you have not already voted, you will be allowed to vote a provisional ballot."


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