Friday – Saturday are last two days of early voting

The last day to vote early in the Presidential Preference Republican Primary Election is Saturday, January 28th from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at any one of six early voting locations within St. Johns County, Supervisor of Elections Vicky Oakes told Historic City News.

Election Day will be Tuesday, January 31, however, if you wait to vote until then, you must vote at your assigned precinct, only. If voting Friday or Saturday, vote at any of the six locations at your convenience.

Oakes reminds voters that help is available on her website www.votesjc.com or by calling (904) 823-2238 during office hours.

Oakes reported the following voter stats as of tonight:

Early Voting Totals for today: 1,167
GRAND Total of Early votes to date 5,915

See spreadsheet at www.votesjc.com for breakdown by voting site

Absentee ballots requested to date 3,896
Absentee ballots voted and returned to date 2,195

Total eligible Republican voters for this election 76, 964
Ballots cast to date 8,110

If you are voting absentee — return your ballot to any one of the early voting locations before 4:00 p.m. Saturday, January 28th.

Early Voting Locations:

Supervisor of Elections Office
Julington Creek Annex
Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library
St Augustine Beach City Hall
Southeast Branch Library
Hastings Town Hall

If you miss the cutoff — you may still cast your absentee ballot by bringing it to the Supervisor of Elections office before 7:00 on Election Day. Absentee ballots will not be accepted on Tuesday, January 31 at any precinct polling place or other early voting location.

A few reminders to assist in the voting experience:

• Florida is a closed primary state, which means that you must be registered with a political party to vote in the party’s primary.

• Confirm your address before voting. Use the voter lookup on our website or contact the elections office.

• Make sure you bring a current and valid photo and signature ID.

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