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General Election Nov 6: Info from Walton County Supervisor of Elections

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    Newsletter and info from Walton County Supervisor of Elections Bobby Beasley

    General Election: Nov 6th
    Supervisor of Elections Bobby Beasley and staff extend our thanks to all who helped make Primary Election Day, August 28, 2018 a success! We are thankful to our Poll Workers, Staff, Early Voting locations, Polling locations, and to each citizen who participates in Walton County elections. We are committed to helping you exercise your right to vote and believe that Democracy works best when everyone participates in it! You will find the 2018 Primary Election Official Results on our website.

    As we prepare for the General Election on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, we encourage all eligible Walton County citizens to be election ready! The General Election is open to all voters registered by October 9, 2018. On our website, check your Voter Status to review or update your voter registration information, locate your polling location, view the sample ballot and more.

    We will mail a General Election Sample Ballot to each eligible household. On our website you will find links for General Voting Guides, Candidate Guides, Judicial Information Guides and Constitutional Amendment Guides. Some links are third party and are provided as a courtesy.

    VoteWalton.com is packed with valuable information and resources

    Sept. 25: National Voter Registration Day
    Oct 9: Book Closing Deadline for General Election (for new registrations)
    Oct 27 - Nov 3: Early Voting - General Election
    November 6: General Election Day

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    SAMPLE BALLOT

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    Proposed amendments require 60% approval from voters to pass [see Florida Constitution, Article XI, Section 5(e)].
    Thirteen proposed constitutional amendments or revisions will appear on the 2018 General Election Ballot.

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