Supervisor of Elections sends out domestic and overseas mail ballots for 2020 general election
Domestic mail ballots were sent today to voters for the November 3rd General Election.
Brevard County Supervisor of Elections Lori Scott announced that 171,080 domestic mail ballots have been sent to voters for the November 3rd General Election. This is in addition to the 4,340 mail ballots previously sent to overseas military and overseas civilian voters.
“We have seen a tremendous increase in mail ballot requests over the 2016 general election,” Scott said. “The 2020 general election ballot is a two-page ballot containing six constitutional amendments in addition to local referendums. It is important voters check both sides of both pages of their ballot for races and issues. As a reminder, voters do not have to vote on every race/issue for their ballot to be counted.”
Voters have the option to return their voted mail ballot through the United States Postal Service, in person to any of the four election administrative offices, or at any of Brevard’s 10 early voting locations during the early voting period. Additionally, and new this year, secure drop boxes are located at all four administrative offices for voters wishing to return their voted mail ballot after hours.
Voters can verify they are on the Mail Ballot Request List by clicking on the “My Registration / Mail Ballot Status” tab at the top of the VoteBrevard.gov home page. Voters who vote by mail can also track their ballot through the entire process on VoteBrevard.gov: from the day they requested it; the day it was mailed to them; and the day their voted mail ballot is received at the Election Office.
The last day for a voter to request a mail ballot be sent to them for the Nov. 3rd general election is 5 p.m., Oct. 24. Mail ballots must be received in the Supervisor of Elections Office by 7 p.m. election night.