Want To Skip the Long Lines at
Early Voting? Vote from Home!
Early voting is off and running in Southwest Florida and some voters have been surprised to find long lines and lengthy waits at the polls hours long
Part of the reason may be the length of this year’s ballot.
Its only four pages long because includes several wordy proposed amendments to Florida’s constitution.
You still have a chance to avoid any waiting by voting from home with mail-in ballot which is also known as an absentee ballot.
Any registered voter can request a mail-in/absentee ballot. You do NOT have to be out of town to request one.
But you’ll have to act fast.
Officials at the Lee county elections office and other local elections offices say you have until Wednesday, October 31st, to request a mail-in ballot.
You can request your ballot in business hours when you call your elections office:
Lee County - (239) LEE-VOTE (533-8683)