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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Hendry County Supervisor of Elections Provides COVID-19 Update

Beginning Monday, March 23, 2020, out of an abundance of caution, the Hendry County Supervisor of Elections Office will allow only limited public access to its office. We encourage citizens and candidates to use the Supervisor of Elections website, Hendryelections.org, as the majority of tasks, such as registering to vote, confirming or updating your registration status, requesting a Vote by Mail Ballot, updating a signature, and more, can be completed online. Staff is also available by phone or email during regular business hours.

Candidates, can submit monthly financial reports online at HendryElections.org. Prospective candidates, please call to make arrangements.

Citizens wanting to do business in person with the Elections Office, or candidates wishing to submit Candidate Petitions for verification, should contact our office to make an appointment. Appointments should be made the day prior, but a minimum of 3 hours in advance is needed, to ensure staff availability.

All public canvassing board activities for the Presidential Preference Primary currently scheduled will continue as noticed.

The safety of our staff and the public comes above all else. The Elections Office will continue to monitor and adapt to the situation and communicate any changes, as soon as possible. The public is encouraged to stay informed and aware by visiting the Florida Department of Health’s new COVID-19 Case Dashboard which will be updated twice daily or our local site hendryfla.net.

If you have questions, or need more information, visit HendryElections.org or call our office at (863) 675-5230 or (863) 902-3392.

Brenda Hoots

Supervisor of Elections

Hendry County, Florida


Closed Primary State

What this means is, in a Primary Election you will only be allowed to vote for the party which you are registered. Voter registration books are officially closed 29 days before all elections. If you want to change your party to vote in the primary, the change MUST be made 29 days before that election.


REPUBLICANS

If you choose the REPUBLICAN PARTY, you are allowed to vote only for REPUBLICAN candidates, NON-PARTISAN candidates, and REFERENDUMS in Primary Elections.


DEMOCRATS

If you choose the DEMOCRAT PARTY, you are allowed to vote only for DEMOCRAT candidates, NON-PARTISAN candidates, and REFERENDUMS in Primary Elections.

MINOR PARTY

If a MINOR PARTY is registered with the State of Florida and has candidates in a primary race, voters registered in that MINOR PARTY will be allowed to vote in that party’s primary, NON-PARTISAN candidates, and REFERENDUMS in Primary Elections.
YOU CANNOT VOTE FOR REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRAT CANDIDATES IN ANY PRIMARY ELECTION.

NO PARTY AFFILIATION

If you choose NO PARTY-AFFILIATION you’re allowed to vote only for NON-PARTISAN candidates and REFERENDUMS in Primary Elections.
YOU CANNOT VOTE FOR REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRAT CANDIDATES IN ANY PRIMARY ELECTION.

IN A GENERAL ELECTION PARTY DOES NOT MATTER.




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