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Broward SOE May 23
1974 – Anne Kolb was the first woman elected to the Broward County Commission
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Broward SOE May 21
Term of the day: "Modem" Process of wirelessly transmitting results after polls have been closed on each DS200.
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Broward SOE May 17
Attention Coral Springs Residents! There is Special Election taking place on June 18th. If you’d like to vote in this election, you must be registered by MAY 20th! To check your status, go to: or call 954-357-7050 for more information
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Broward SOE May 16
In 1974, Kathleen Cooper Wright, PhD, was the first African-American candidate to win a countywide election when elected for Broward County School Board.
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Broward SOE May 15
Have you moved recently? Make sure you update your address before voting in person to avoid delays at your polling place! You can update your information by visiting our website at
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Broward SOE May 10
DID YOU KNOW...Florida law requires voters to present a picture ID with signature in order to vote at a polling place. For more information on which forms of ID are accepted, visit
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Broward SOE May 9
In 1926, Lillie Mae Smith was elected County Tax Collector, becoming first woman elected to countywide office in Broward County.
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Broward SOE May 8
DID YOU KNOW...Eligible U.S. citizens residing in Florida may pre-register to vote at the age of sixteen (16) to be an active voter upon turning eighteen (18)? For more information, please visit
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Broward SOE May 7
Attention Coral Springs Residents! There is Special Election taking place on June 18th. If you’d like to vote in this election, you must be registered by MAY 20th! To check your status, go to: or call 954-357-7050 for more information
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Broward SOE May 6
Have you moved recently? Make sure you update your address before voting in person to avoid delays at your polling place! You can update your information by visiting our website at
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Broward SOE May 2
Term of the day: Early Voting Period during which voters can cast their ballots at any Early Voting Site prior to an election.
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Broward SOE Apr 12
Eligible U.S. citizens residing in the state of Florida may pre-register to vote at the age of sixteen. Upon turning eighteen, they will receive a Voter Information Card. For more information about our annual high school voter registration drive, visit:
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Broward SOE Apr 11
In November of 2000, Broward County had 887,764 registered voters. Just 19 years later, that number is now over 1 million; 1,199,335 to be exact. For past election results, visit , and click on "election results".
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Broward SOE Apr 10
Did you know... The ExpressVote system utilizes touch-screen technology to make voting accessible for individuals with disabilities. For more information: Call us: (954) 357-7050 Visit our website:
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Broward SOE Apr 9
To register online you will need: A. Valid Florida Driver's License/ Valid Florida State ID card B. Social Security Card/Number You will need to type in all fields as they are displayed on your ID to match records in the state-wide system. Register at:
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Broward SOE Apr 8
It's that time again! The annual High School Voter Registration drive is taking place from April 15-22, 2019 for all Broward County public, private, and charter high schools. Click here for more info:
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Broward SOE Apr 5
Did you know... DS200 machines can be found at all Early Voting and Election Day polling places. A DS200 is a digital voting machine that uses paper ballots to receive cast votes. For more information: Call us : (954) 357-7050 Visit our website:
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Broward SOE Apr 4
During the Presidential Election of 2008, over 10,000 election workers served their community! They worked the elections as early voting and Election Day workers, equipment drivers, VBM processors, and technical support workers, among other services.
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Broward SOE Apr 3
Coral Springs residents: There is a Special Election taking place on June 18th. If you'd like to vote in this election, you must be registered by May 20th. To check your status, visit or call our office at (954) 357-7050 for more information.
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Broward SOE Apr 2
It's that time again! The annual High School Voter Registration drive is taking place from April 15-22, 2019 for all Broward County public, private, and charter high schools. Click here for more info:
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