General Election Sample Ballots Now Available
By Space Coast Daily // September 23, 2014
ABOVE VIDEO: During an interview with Space Coast Daily’s Matt O’Hern, Brevard County’s Supervisor of Elections Lori Scott answered questions about ballots and dispelled common myths regarding Florida voting laws.
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA — Sample ballots for the 2014 General Election are now available from the Brevard County Supervisor of Elections.
To find a sample ballot for your precinct on VoteBrevard.com, click HERE.
Voters can preview and print their Sample Ballot for the upcoming General Election by selecting their voting precinct number on the www.VoteBrevard.com website.
“Although Sample Ballots will be mailed to voters prior to the start of Early Voting, the on-line version is a nice preview of your November 4th ballot,” said Supervisor Scott.
Voters are encouraged to pre-mark their Sample Ballot and bring it to the polls to use as a guide when marking their official election ballot.
Through the www.VoteBrevard.com website, voters can also: verify their voter registration status; request a Mail (Absentee) Ballot; view candidate Campaign Treasurer Reports; get a map to their polling location; and review the list of General Election candidates, Early Voting locations, Constitutional Amendments and Ballot Referendums.
“I encourage voters to take advantage of the many useful tools on the VoteBrevard.com website,” said Supervisor Scott.
Voters have until 29 days before the General (October 6th), also known as book closing, to register to vote for the November 4th General Election. Florida Voter Registration Applications are available online at www.VoteBrevard.com. For more information regarding this year’s General Election or registering to vote, please visit: www.VoteBrevard.com or call 321-633-2124.
Below is a sample ballot from precinct 203 in Merritt Island. Please note that if you live in a different precinct, some of the races may be different.