Jacksonville FL — Early voting kicks off for most of the counties in Northeast Florida Monday. Sites will open in Duval, Nassau, St. Johns and Clay counties and Baker County will open early voting on Thursday.
In Duval County, Supervisor of Elections Mike Hogan says he’s expecting to see some crowds at the 20 early voting locations that will be open this election cycle.
“There’s a lot of interest in this election.” Hogan says.
He says he could see turnout getting into the 90% range for this election. To avoid any potential crowds, he suggests going on either Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday and bring with you a sample ballot that’s filled out and the proper ID.
Early voting locations in Duval will be open from 7AM until 7PM through November 1st.
If you have a mail-in-ballot you can drop them off as well at all the early voting sites. Ballot drop off boxes will be available only during early voting hours.
For St. Johns County, early voting starts Monday at 10 locations from 8AM until 6PM daily through October 31st. The Supervisor of Elections Office says 8 of the 10 early voting sites are in county or city owned facilities and masks are required.
Clay County voters will have seven early voting sites across the county to cast their ballot at through October 31st from 7AM until 7PM daily.
Nassau County has five early voting sites that will be open from 9AM until 6PM through November 1st.
Finally, Baker County residents will be able to vote early at the Supervisor of Elections Office from October 22nd through October 31st from 8:30AM until 6:30PM.
On Election Day November 3rd, polls will be open from 7AM until 7PM.