Polling Place Changes for the Primary Election to be held August 18, 2020

Vicki Cannon
Nassau County Supervisor of Elections
July 26, 2020

Eight polling locations in Nassau County have changed for the 2020 Primary and General Elections. New Voter Information Cards were mailed to every registered voter in Nassau County in July. If you did not receive your new card or if corrections are needed, please contact the Supervisor of Elections office to update your voter record or visit www.VoteNassau.com.

IT IS VERY IMPORTANT that all voters immediately review their new Voter Information Card to make sure their name, address and party affiliation is correct in order to receive the correct ballot style and, if voting in person on Election Day, to know where their polling place is located.

For directions to your polling place, or to view your sample ballot, visit www.VoteNassau.com and click My Voter Information or call our office for assistance.

On Election Day, voters MUST vote at their assigned precinct and polling place. FS 101.045“ A person is not permitted to vote in any election precinct or district other than the one in which the person has his or her legal residence and in which the person is registered.”

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Mark Tomes
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Mark Tomes(@mtomes)
3 years ago

Am I reading this correctly? There appears to be a consolidation of polling places. This makes it more difficult for some people to vote, because it moves their polling place farther from where they live. Also, I don’t see any place on the whole south end to vote. Removing the American Beach Community Center as a polling place affects everyone on the south end, especially people of color who traditionally live there. Also, there are two procedures that limit access to voting: not being able to turn your mail in ballot to your polling place, and also having to vote at one particular polling place. People should be able to turn in their ballot on election day at any polling place, and should be able to walk into any polling place and vote. Signature checks can always be done later. In this day and age of accusations of trying to limit access to voting, these policies do not bode well. By the way, actual cases of voter fraud are nearly nonexistent, in Florida and across the country. Don’t believe political leaders who make claims of voter fraud; all they really want to do is limit access to voting So they have a better chance of winning. How un-American! Or, given our history of limiting access to voting, how American! But definitely not the direction we should be continuing.