By Supervisor of Elections
07-16-22 Nassau County
Nearly 18,000 vote-by-mail ballots were sent to registered voters of Nassau County Thursday for the upcoming 2022 midterm primary contests, the Supervisor of Elections Office announced Friday.
County Supervisor of Elections, Janet Adkins said the primary ballots features a return envelope with an improved design. It includes a signature flap that covers the voter’s signature entirely while in the custody of the US Postal Service, while on its return trip back for tabulation at the county elections office.
“Election security is my highest priority, and this innovative envelope feature is essential to protecting identifying information of Nassau County voters,” Adkins stated.
Early primary election voting is set to run from Aug. 10 to 20. Primary Election Day is scheduled for Aug. 23.
Vote by Mail ballots must be received by the Elections Office no later than 7pm on election night. Voters can return their ballot one of three ways:
- United States Postal Service: No postage is required to return your ballot
- Supervisor of Elections Office: Open Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm
- Secure Ballot Intake Station: Located at every Early Voting Site from 9am – 6pm
Voters can track their ballot by signing up for real-time notifications via text, email, or voice.
Voters can track their ballot by signing up for real-time notifications via text, email, or voice. Download the new Vote Nassau FL mobile app and select “Track my Ballot.”