Nassau County Supervisor of Elections
Press Release

VoteNassauFl.gov
July 15, 2022

Janet H. Adkins, Supervisor of Elections for Nassau County, mailed nearly 18,000 vote by mail ballots on Thursday, July 14th. Voters who vote by mail will receive an envelope with an improved design. The return envelopes now include a signature flap that covers the voter’s signature entirely while in the custody of the USPS and transport to the Elections Office.

“Election security is my highest priority, and this innovative envelope feature is essential to protecting identifying information of Nassau County voters.” – Janet H. Adkins, Nassau County Supervisor of Elections.

Vote by Mail ballots must be received by the Elections Office no later than 7 pm on election night. Voters can return their ballot one of three ways:
1. United States Postal Service: No postage is required to return your ballot
2. Supervisor of Elections Office: Open Monday – Friday 8 am – 5 pm
3. Secure Ballot Intake Station: Located at every Early Voting Site from 9 am – 6 pm

Voters can track their ballot by signing up for real-time notifications via text, email, or voice. Download the new Vote Nassau FL mobile app and select “Track my Ballot.”
For any vote by mail questions or election-related concerns, don’t hesitate to contact 904-491-7500 or info@VoteNassauFL.gov.

 

 

 

 

Janet H. Adkins
Supervisor of Elections
96135 Nassau Place, Suite 3, Yulee, Florida 32097
www.VoteNassauFL.gov ▪ info@votenassaufl.gov
Phone: 904.491.7500 ▪ Fax: 904.432.1400 ▪ Toll Free: 1.866.260.4301
Para solicitar este documento en español, llame a nuestra oficina al 904.491.7500

 

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Robert S. Warner, Jr.
Robert S. Warner, Jr.
1 month ago

Ditto, Karen Thompson, below.

Michael
Michael
1 month ago

Red and Blue Ballots?
If ballot envelopes are colored based on party affiliation then The concern over security would be very concerning!
Hopefully it’s random?

Susan Steger
Editor
1 month ago
Reply to  Michael

The information I received is that the ballots are not designated according to party affiliation. The red envelope is for ballots headed to the military personnel.

Michael
Michael
30 days ago
Reply to  Susan Steger

Thanks

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