Sunday, January 12, 2014
All Broward Voters: Be On the Lookout for New Voter Information Cards
Broward County, FL. (January 9, 2014)—Broward County Supervisor of Elections, Dr. Brenda C. Snipes, would like to inform all Broward voters that they will be receiving a new voter information card in the mail beginning Friday, January 10, 2014. Mailings will continue throughout the month of January until all voters have received the new voter information card. The new cards are due to the recent completion of the reprecincting process.
Since every 10 years, Florida re-draws districts for Congress, Legislation, County Commission and School Board it is an opportunity for the Supervisor to review the makeup and the size of each precinct. Last year when all the other districts were redistricted voters may have experienced a change in the number of a district; this may occur for reprecincting too. In addition, a new precinct number, a voter may experience a polling place change. Some voters will notice no change to the precinct number or polling place.
“We would like to remind all voters to review the information on their new voter information cards and remember that precinct numbers may have changed due to reprecincting.” said Dr. Snipes. “Voters may view their most current precinct information by going to the Broward County Supervisor of Elections’ Precinct Finder Tool at www.browardsoe.org. The precinct finder allows a voter to enter the address and find the correct precinct. Once the voter’s precinct is located, the voter can view the voting districts and polling place.”
In summary, as a result of reprecincting, a voter‘s precinct number may have changed.
For any questions or concerns, please call the main office at 954-357-7050 or visit www.browardsoe.org