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South Florida Primary Election Guide

Here’s everything you need to know about voting in the upcoming 2020 Primary Election on Tuesday August 18th in South Florida.

Palm Beach County, Wendy Sartory Link, Supervisor of Elections

Phone: (561) 656-6200

Email: info@pbcelections.org

Website: Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections

Broward County, Peter Antonacci, Supervisor of Elections

Phone: (954) 357-7050

Email: elections@browardsoe.org

Website: Broward County Supervisor of Elections

Martin County, Vicki Davis, Supervisor of Elections

Phone: 772-288-5637

Email: elections@MartinVotes.com

Website: Martin County Supervisor of Elections

Make sure you are registered to vote by using the Voter Information Lookup Tool on the Florida Division of Elections website.

Deadlines for early voting and vote-by-mail have passed for Tuesday’s Primary election. However, you are still able to vote in person.

One big race on the Broward ballot is the battle between incumbent but suspended Broward Sheriff Scott Israel and appointed Sheriff Gregory Tony.
Both men are democrats and the primary election will pretty much determine who will be Broward’s next sheriff.

On primary election day, polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and any voters waiting in line at 7 p.m. will still be able to cast a ballot.

Click here for a list of candidates for county offices and committees/PACs by selecting your desired reporting group from the drop down menu.

You can also browse Federal Candidates on the FEC website, and find Candidates for State and Multi County offices on the Division of Elections website.