Voters will select folks in their political party who want to represent them in Congress, state legislature, county boards, as well as sheriff and judicial offices, to name a few.
You can VOTE EARLY at many public libraries, community centers and elections offices through Saturday. The Early Voting hours in Orange County are: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
People are taking advantage of early voting because it saves time and gives them confidence that their vote will be counted. So far, according news reports, people in Central Florida are voting early in record numbers.
In other election news: The Orange County Supervisor of Elections office will be open on Sunday, August 12, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for In-Office Absentee Voting. So if you are voting by Absentee Ballot and run out of time to take the completed ballot to an Early Voting location, you can turn it in at the elections office on Sunday.
Polling places will be open on Primary Election Day, Tuesday, August 14, for those who want to vote on “the day of.”
Questions? Contact the Orange County Elections Office: www.orangecountyvotes.com or (407) 836-VOTE (8683).
© Orlando Community News, 2012