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Information for Voters in Pasco County, Florida Concerning the 2012 Election Cycle

You cannot avoid it on the television, radio, internet, and in the newspapers. Elections are coming in the near future. As part of the 2012 Election Cycle, some will be local, some statewide, and others national. Most of us realize that we are at a crossroads, and it is important that voters make EDUCATED choices. "Eeny, meenie, minie, mo" is no way to vote for leaders and laws that will affect all of us. So make sure you get the facts before you vote!

Of course, if you are not registered to vote in the place where you reside, then what I said before is meaningless. You must be registered to vote here. Since we live in Florida where our population changes as much, or more, than in any other part of the United States, it is important for you to make sure that you have met all of the requirements to be able to vote in upcoming elections.

The Supervisor of Elections in Pasco County, Florida has asked us to post the following notice as a reminder to all people of voting age who live here.

Election 2011 - Page 1 
For more information concerning;

  • Election calendars
  • Deadline dates for registering
  • Early voting locations
  • Voting precincts
  • Instructions for registering to vote
  • Voting by mail
  • Seeking employment as a poll worker during elections.
  • Contact numbers
  • and MORE!
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You can contact the Pasco County Supervisor of Election's office at his website: http://www.pascovotes.com/ or by telephone at: 1-800-851-8754 If you have questions, they have the answers on their webpage or they can answer them over the phone.

So get ready to exercise one of the most important rights we have in this country. Our right to VOTE!

Posted by John Elwell - REALTOR at CENTURY 21 Bill Nye Realty, Inc. 813-783-4444 Licensed in Florida.

 

John Elwell - REALTOR

CENTURY 21

Bill Nye Realty, Inc.

813-783-4444

Licensed in Florida

 

Comment balloon 0 commentsJohn Elwell • October 03 2011 04:48PM

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