Voter Information for Polk County, Florida

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Are you interested in joining our Polk County voter protection team?

Email your contact information to
polkpollwatcher2020@yahoo.com

REGISTRATION FOR 2020 FLORIDA PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY HAS ENDED:
Vote by Tuesday, March 17, 2020!
Vote Early In-Person:
Vote at one of our 9 convenient locations March 2nd through 14th
Early Voting hours:  10am - 6pm 

2020 Early Voting Sites: (click here for map)
Bartow:  Polk Street Community Center: 1255 Polk St   
Davenport:  Ridgeview Plaza, 45589 Highway 27 North 
Haines City:  Haines City Library, 111 N 6th St 
Lakeland:  Polk County Government Center, 930 E Parker St 
Lakeland:  Simpson Park Community Center, 1725 Martin L King Jr Ave
Lake Wales:  James P. Austin Community Center, 315 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd N
Mulberry:  Mulberry Civic Center, 901 NE 5th St
Poinciana:  Poinciana Community Center, 395 Marigold Ave 
Winter Haven:  Gill Jones NE Polk County Government Center, 3425 Lake Alfred Rd
Contact our
East Polk County
Democratic Voter Registration Coordinator
SHARALYN PRICE
801-891-6434
—OR—

Contact our
West Polk County
Democratic Voter Registration Coordinator
TAYLOR AGUILERA
863-262-8183
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phone: (863) 534 - 5888  |  fax: (863) 534 - 5899  
email:
info@polkelections.com



Click Here > To Register To Vote

Click Here > To Update Your Voter Registration Online

Click Here > To Request "Vote-By-Mail" Ballot
(Request An Absentee Ballot)

Click Here > Find Your Voting Location
(Precinct Look-Up)

If you, or someone you know, have any problems registering or voting,
call this Florida Voter Protection Hotline:

833-VOTE-FLA


(863-868-3352)ESPANOL
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Make Your Voice Heard!


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In recent elections,
thousands of Polk Democrats
used the convenience of "Vote by Mail."
So should YOU!

We always encourage registered voters in Polk County to sign up to vote from the comfort of their own home. Once you request a vote by mail ballot, you automatically sent a ballot for all elections and primaries.
Avoid long lines and bad weather. You can take all the time you need when you fill out your ballot at home — no need to rush or be late for work.

Please click on the link below to start receiving your "Vote By Mail" ballots delivered to your home!


Great Reasons to Vote by Mail in Polk County:
  • No waiting for hours in line
  • No polling place intimidation
  • No confusion about where to go to vote
  • No need to make arrangements for childcare or time off from work
  • No malfunctioning voting equipment
  • No need to hire and train poll workers
  • Increased election process integrity through signature verification
  • Lower election administration costs
  • Increased voter turnout
Even More Reasons:
  • The Phone Calls STOP!
    Once your vote is accounted for in the Voter File - Campaign Phone Calls will Stop!
  • Vote by Mail - BALLOTS ARE COUNTED FIRST!
    Vote by Mail Ballots Are Counted BEFORE Election Day Votes are Counted!


Click Here > To Register To Vote

Click Here > To Update Your Voter Registration Online

Click Here > To Request "Vote-By-Mail" Ballot
(Request An Absentee Ballot)

Click Here > Find Your Voting Location
(Precinct Look-Up)

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p: (863) 534 - 5888  |  f: (863) 534 - 5899  |  e:info@polkelections.com


Our Response to Voter Intimidation

First question:
“What do you advise your outside poll observers and/or table greeters to do when aggressive Republicans engage in harassing behavior outside the (now) 150-foot limit on campaign activities? We have had trucks draped with Trump signs run over Democratic campaign signs, Republicans yelling at our table greeters that they were Communists and creating a general disturbance that kept people away from our tables, and other aggressive behavior that caused some of our volunteers to feel physically threatened.”

Harassment at Polling Places
Florida elections law speaks to this issue. The first point is that the election boards in each County have full authority to “maintain order at the polls.” That order is to be maintained by a deputy sheriff (apparently not by the local municipal police.) While it is not clear whether this responsibility only applies to the 150-foot no-solicitation zone around the polling place, I think there is a good argument that it should apply broadly to the entire polling station since a disturbance just outside his own clearly would have a chilling impact on protected activities within the zone.

102.031 Maintenance of good order at polls; authorities; persons allowed in polling rooms and early voting areas; unlawful solicitation of voters.—
(1) Each election board shall possess full authority to maintain order at the polls and enforce obedience to its lawful commands during an election and the canvass of the votes.
(2) The sheriff shall deputize a deputy sheriff for each polling place and each early voting site who shall be present during the time the polls or early voting sites are open and until the election is completed, who shall be subject to all lawful commands of the clerk or inspectors, and who shall maintain good order. The deputy may summon assistance from among bystanders to aid him or her when necessary to maintain peace and order at the polls or early voting sites.

(4) (c) Each supervisor of elections shall inform the clerk of the area within which soliciting is unlawful, based on the particular characteristics of that polling place. The supervisor or the clerk may take any reasonable action necessary to ensure order at the polling places, including, but not limited to, having disruptive and unruly persons removed by law enforcement officers from the polling room or place or from the 150-foot zone surrounding the polling place.

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