We mailed our ballots at a local post office eight to 10 days before the Aug. 30 primary. The supervisor of elections confirmed on Sept. 21 that our ballots were never received at its office in Fort Lauderdale. I urge all who voted by mail in the primary to confirm the status of their vote online at www.browardsoe.org.
Broward voters who requested mail-in ballots for the general election should receive them by Oct. 15. Since you need to allow 10 days for delivery when returning the ballot, they should be completed and mailed by Oct. 25. Wait a few days, then go online and confirm that your vote has been counted. If it is not confirmed, make arrangements to vote in person.
Sandra Jones, Hollywood
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