Track Your Mail Ballot in Pasco
Pasco is the first county in Florida to let voters to track the delivery of their vote-by-mail ballot through the U.S. Postal Service.
PASCO COUNTY -Voters in Pasco County who request mail ballots will be able for the first time to make sure their vote is in the mail.
Pasco Supervisor of Elections Brian E. Corle has announced his office has signed on with a program called “Ballot Scout,” a tool that uses USPS scan data for voters to track the delivery of their vote-by-mail
ballot through the U.S. Postal Service. Pasco is the first in the state to implement the program, which will be in place for the upcoming June 18 special general election.
Using a link on pascovotes.com, voters will enter their information to view the status of their ballot as being mailed, in transit, or delivered. Voters can also opt-in for receiving text or e-mail notifications of their
“Voting by mail continues to grow in popularity due to the convenience of voting from home,” Corley said. “By utilizing this innovative tool, voters are empowered to track the status of their vote-by-mail ballot.”
Voting by mail requires no excuse and is available to any registered voter.
Please note, however, that the June 18, 2019 Special General Election is only for electors who reside within House District 38 and the city of Port Richey. Ballots can be requested on-line at pascovotes.com or by calling 800-851-8754.
Vote-by-mail ballots must be returned to the election’s office by 7 p.m. on Election Day. Vote-by-mail ballots may not be turned in at polling places on Election Day.
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