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Hillsborough Sets Record for Early Voting Turnout

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Early voting ended Sunday (Nov. 6). The election is Tuesday (Nov. 8).

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY – A record-breaking early voting period ended Sunday (Nov. 6) in Hillsborough County.

After holding early voting for the maximum amount of days and hours allowed by Florida Law, Supervisor of Elections Craig Latimer announced this unofficial turnout to date:

Vote by mail: 176,505 voters
Early voting: 242,168 voters
49 percent turnout to date

In the 2012 General Election, 171,266 voted by mail and 167,211 voters voted early.

Election day – Tuesday (Nov. 8) – is the last day to vote, and polls will be open 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Voters who haven’t voted yet should visit VoteHillsborough.org and make sure they’re prepared to vote on Election day. Election day voters must vote in the polling place assigned to their precinct.

Voters are encouraged to bring their sample ballot with them for reference, as well as valid photo/signature ID. Voters who don’t have ID may vote a provisional ballot. The forms of acceptable ID are listed at VoteHillsborough.org.

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Hillsborough Sets Record for Early Voting Turnout
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Hillsborough Sets Record for Early Voting Turnout
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Early voting ended Sunday (Nov. 6). The election is Tuesday (Nov. 8).
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