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Sun November 4, 2012

You Can Still Vote on Sunday

People stood in a five hour long line in West Dade Regional Library yesterday waiting to vote on the last day of early voting.
People stood in a five hour long line in West Dade Regional Library yesterday waiting to vote on the last day of early voting.
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From 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. today you can vote at the Miami-Dade Supervisor of Elections office.

Here is a press release from the Miami Dade Elections office,

In an effort to continue serving eager voters on the final Sunday before Election Day, the Elections Department is opening its doors to voters.

While state law does not permit Early Voting today, we are permitted to provide and accept absentee ballots.

In honor of the Early Voting hours offered on the last Sunday in 2008, voters can go to the Elections Department in Doral to vote by absentee ballot from 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Similar to the practice in Early Voting and on Election Day, any voter in line at 5pm will be allowed to vote.

  • Who: Miami-Dade Elections Department
  • What: Allowing any registered voter wishing to vote on Sunday, November 4, to cast an absentee ballot.
  • Where: The Miami-Dade Elections Department, 2700 NW 87 Ave, Miami, FL 33172.
  • When: Today, November 4, 2012, from 1 p.m.-5 p.m.

People all over the county (and even in surrounding counties) stood in long lines yesterday during the last day of early voting. Some early voting locations had lines more than five hours long.

However, if those lines dissuaded you yesterday, head on over to the Miami-Dade Elections Doral office.

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