Vote-By-Mail Voters Voice Security Concerns

Some voters have security concerns as Vote-by-mail continues for Florida's presidential preference primary next month. They're worried about giving their personal information out on the outside of the ballot envelope. State law requires your signature, but it doesn't mandate you provide any other contact information. Broward Supervisor of Elections Peter Antonacci says if you want to vote-by-mail, but don't want to put the ballot in the mail box you can drop it off directly at your Supervisor of Elections office or at an early voting site beginning March 2nd.

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