Florida cracks down on potential voter fraud

From WPTV: “If you’re a registered voter in Florida your information will soon be entered in a national, universal system to make sure you are not double voting or registered in multiple states … Click here to read more

Martin County’s official general election results now available

Martin County’s Supervisor of Elections, Vicki Davis, has released the official general election results for Martin County. View the full report … Click here to read more

MartinVotes.com: Book closing for the General Election now extended to October 18

The Martin County Supervisor of Elections, Vicki Davis, has announced that the State of Florida has extended the Book Closing for the 2016 General Election to Tuesday October 18th because of the impacts of Hurricane Matthew … Click here to read more

Register to vote by October 11 for the upcoming General Election

From Vicki Davis, Martin County Supervisor of Elections: Voting is easy from our website:You can access a Voter Registration Application form. You can verify your current address reflects what we have on file. If you’ve moved recently, please make sure we have your new address.You can request a vote by mail ballot – and track your ballot.You can access information on early voting … Click here to read more

Martin County’s official primary election results now available

Martin County’s Supervisor of Elections, Vicki Davis, has released the official primary election results for Martin County. View the full report of precincts and voter turnout … Click here to read more

Early voting begins today in Martin County

Martin County Supervisor of Elections, Vicki Davis, announced early voting will be available to all registered Martin County voters beginning Saturday, August 16th through Saturday, August 23rd. … Click here to read more

More pre-Election Day voters cast ballots absentee than in person in Martin

TCPalm reports that more absentee voters offset a drop in early voting compared with the 2008 presidential election. During eight days of early voting that ended Saturday, 26,330 ballots were cast, fewer than the 28,192 over 14 days in 2008. Absentee votes more than made up the difference, Martin County Supervisor of Elections Vicki Davis said. … Click here to read more

Florida not among states that cross-check registrations for double-voting

Scripps Howard reports that double-voting is a concern in Florida, where many part-time residents have a second home in a different state, giving them the chance to register to vote in two states, according to elections supervisors. Absentee ballots, which are growing in popularity, make it easier to vote twice because the person doesn’t need to travel to both places. … Click here to read more

Request your Vote by Mail ballot here for November 6 General Election

Martin County Supervisor of Elections Vicki Davis reminds residents that a Vote by Mail ballot counts the same as one cast at your precinct – as long as it arrives at the Elections office by 7 p.m. Election Day. You no longer need to cite a reason to receive one. Request your Vote by Mail ballot here … Click here to read more

Polls open Tuesday 7AM-7PM: Martin’s vote tally so far counts 17,726 absentee and early ballots cast

WPTV reports that Martin County closed its early voting 5 p.m. yesterday. Supervisor of Elections Vicki Davis reported 3,704 early ballots cast. “So, we were just a little under our estimate,” Davis said. Martin County voters returned 14,022 absentee ballots by Saturday. “We mailed over 20,000 and we expect to have at least 15,000 in-house by election day,” Davis added. … Click here to read more

Don’t delay: August 8 deadline for Vote by Mail ballot requests to be sent

Vote By Mail ballots are available by calling the Martin County Supervisor of Elections Center at 288-5637, or by visiting MartinVotes.com and completing the request from. Voting By Mail is an option for every registered voter upon request. More than 18,000 Vote By Mail ballots have already been mailed for the August 14 primary election in Martin County … Click here to read more