Over 17,000 Palm Beachers vote in person on first day of early voting, almost 25% of eligible voters have voted

Palm Beach County held its first day of early in person voting yesterday, October 19, 2020, and had 17,363 registered voters took part. Meanwhile, 233,745 ballots have been cast via U.S. Mail. If you have cast your ballot via U.S. Mail, you can use this link to see if the Supervisor of Elections Office has received and counted your ballot.

Early voting will continue at select locations around the county from 7 am to 7 pm through November 1, 2020. If you feel your signature may have changed over time, you can update your signature with the Supervisor of Elections Office using this link.

With 251,108 votes already cast in Palm Beach County, we are seeing a 24.62% voter turnout already out of the 1,019,884 residents registered to vote in the county. 140,723 Democrats, 54,879 Republicans, 51,885 NPA (no party affiliation), and 3,621 Libertarians or other minor party voters have cast their ballots as of yesterday.

If you are wondering for whom to vote, our website has created a voter guide available here.

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