With four days to the general election being held on November 3, 2020, 9.5 million Floridians (56 percent of registered voters) have already voted either via absentee ballots sent in the mail or in-person at selection polling locations. Meanwhile, as of this morning here in Palm Beach County, 563,118 have cast their ballots representing 55.21 percent of registered voters. Those who have not voted are welcome to use our voter guide for the proposed state constitutional amendments and most races that will be on the county voters’ ballots.
We recommend those who still have ballots mailed to them, to drop them off in person before 7 PM on November 3, 2020, rather than mailing them to make certain their ballot is received by the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections. For those who have already sent in their ballots, you can check to make sure they have received it using this link: https://www.pbcelections.org/Voters/My-Status. Early voting ends on Sunday, November 1, 2020 at 7PM and the last chance for Floridians to vote is at 7PM on November 3, 2020.
In Palm Beach County, 265,000 ballots have been from Democrats (47%), 160,000 from Republicans (28%), and 138,000 have been from those with no political party affiliation or from third-parties like the Libertarian Party (25%). There are 1,019,884 registered voters in Palm Beach County eligible to vote in the November 3 general election.
In Florida, almost 3 million ballots have been cast from Republicans, over 3.1 million from Democrats, and 1.7 million from those with no political party affiliation or from third parties like the Libertarian Party. There are just over 14 million registered voters in Florida, so just over half have voted early in the November 3, 2020 general election.