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Voters advised to consider vote-by-mail ballot
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Voters advised to consider vote-by-mail ballot

Pasco County, Florida -- Supervisor of Elections Brian E. Corley is advising voters to consider a vote-by-mail ballot for the Nov. 6 General Election due to the length of the ballot which contains 11 constitutional amendments as well as the Penny for Pasco referendum. 

For the first time, Pasco County voters will be issued a 2-page ballot which is needed to accommodate the length of the proposed amendments.

"Because of the long ballot, I think it is reasonable to expect wait lines at the polls on November 6th, said Supervisor Corley. "If you are unable to stand for long periods of time, or you are under time constraints to get to work or school, you definitely should consider a vote-by-mail ballot."

Vote-by-mail ballots allow voters to vote at their convenience and are easily ordered through our website, pascovotes.com, or by calling 800-851-8754.  The first mass mailing of vote-by-mail ballots is scheduled for October 2, 2012, but requests are accepted through Wednesday, Oct. 31.

Early voting is also an option beginning Saturday, Oct. 27 through Saturday, Nov. 3.  Information regarding early voting locations, hours and wait times is also available online at pascovotes.com.

Info courtesy Pasco County Supervisor of Elections.

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