Voters Go to Polls in Hillsborough Special Election
Four candidates are on the ballot in the special election for state House District 58.
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY – Voters have one final chance today (Dec. 19) to vote in the special election to choose a representative for Florida House District 58.
Four candidates are on the ballot: Lawrence McClure (Republican), Jose Vazquez (Democrat), Bryan Zemina (Libertarian), and Ahmad Hussam Saadaldin (No Party).
ELECTION DAY VOTING
Polls will be open 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. and voters must vote in their assigned polling place.
The following polling place changes are in effect for this election:
*Precinct 355: Unitarian Universalist Church
*Precinct 631: Thonotosassa Branch Library
*Precincts 657 and 662: St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church
*Precinct 753: Bruton Memorial Library
*Precinct 763: Faith Temple Assembly of God
Voters who are unsure where to vote should go to VoteHillsborough.org or call (813) 744-5900. Only registered voters living in HD 58 are eligible to vote in this election.
Voters should bring a Florida drivers license or other valid, current photo and signature ID to their polling place. A full list of acceptable forms of ID are listed at VoteHillsborough.org. Voters who don’t bring ID may vote a provisional ballot.
VOTE BY MAIL
Mail ballots must be in the Supervisor of Elections’ office no later than 7 p.m. today. Voters can track their ballot to see if it’s been received at VoteHillsborough.org.
Voters who still have a mail ballot may drop it off in a secure ballot box at any of the four Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections offices from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today. Vote By Mail ballots may not be turned in at Election Day polling places, but they can be canceled if a voter decides to vote in person instead.
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