ABSENTEE BALLOT CHASE CAMPAIGN
HELP US CONTACT VOTERS WITH AN ABSENTEE BALLOT THAT HAVE NOT YET RETURNED IT
ABSENTEE BALLOT DROP-OFF SITES LISTED BELOW
Voted absentee ballots must be received (not just postmarked) by the Supervisor of Election’s office no later than 7 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6th. It costs $1.50 to mail your ballot. You must sign the Absentee ballot envelope where indicated or your vote will not be counted! We suggest you mail your ballot immediately to make sure that your vote is counted!
A VOTED BALLOT CANNOT BE ACCEPTED AT A POLLING PLACE ON ELECTION DAY OR AT AN EARLY VOTING SITE. If you requested an absentee ballot and later decide to VOTE AT THE POLLS ON ELECTION DAY OR AT AN EARLY VOTING SITE (Early Voting Ends at Saturday, November 3rd at 7PM), take your absentee ballot with you to be “cancelled” at your polling place. After you “cancel” the absentee ballot, you can vote like everyone else at the poll or Early Voting Site.
Dear Broward Republicans,
We are in the final days of the campaign. One of the best ways to increase Republican turnout is to contact Republican voters who have requested an absentee ballot but have not yet returned it. A large amount of these absentee voters have a ballot in their possession but never actually vote their ballot. It’s up to us to contact them to make sure they vote! The Broward Republican Party has contacted these voters with robocalls, emails, and through the mail, but it’s far more likely that we will get these absentee voters to turn in their ballots when someone from their neighborhood contacts them via phone or in person by knocking on their door.
I have created a special website where you can get a spreadsheet of all the Republicans in Broward that have an absentee ballot but have not yet voted their absentee ballot. It’s called www.goprichard.com.
DO YOUR BEST TO GET THESE VOTERS TO MAIL IN THEIR BALLOT BY TOMORROW, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd in order to ensure that the ballot gets to the Supervisor of Elections on Time.
The link to the spreadsheet is about half way down the page. It’s in precinct order by household. Click on the link and you can download the spreadsheet and search for your precinct. It’s a large file so please be patient. If you have any questions, or need some help working with Microsoft Excel, just give me a call at 954-298-9121.
Please help us turn out the vote!
Onward to Victory!
Richard DeNapoli, Chairman
IF YOU DECIDE NOT TO PLACE YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT IN THE MAIL, AND CANNOT VOTE ON ELECTION DAY, WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING DROP OFF LOCATIONS FOR YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT:
Broward Supervisor of Elections Office
115 S. Andrews Ave., Rm. 102, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Broward Supervisor of Elections Voting Equipment Center
1501 NW 40th Ave. (North State Rd. 7/441), Lauderhill, FL 33313
Republican Party Drop Off Sites:
Broward GOP Headquarters
150 S. Andrews Ave., Ste. 370
(also known as 150 SW 12th Ave. on certain maps)
Pompano Beach, FL 33069
Broward GOP Action Center Pembroke Pines
400 N. Hiatus Road, Ste. 200
Call Rico at 954-931-0242
Broward GOP Action Center Hollywood
1004 Washington Street
Hollywood, FL 33019
Call Chad at 954-399-2732
If you want to check your voter status, or the status of your Absentee Ballot, PLEASE CLICK HERE TO CHECK YOUR VOTER STATUS OR THE STATUS OF YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT.
If you would like a copy of Broward State Committeeman Ed Kennedy’s Broward Conservative Voter Guide for recommendations, click HERE.* You can take this into the voting booth.
*Any opinions expressed in the voter guide are the personal opinions of Ed Kennedy and are paid for and approved by Ed Kennedy, independent of any party committee or candidate. This advertisement was not approved by any candidate. The Broward Republican Executive Committee is forwarding this notice for informational purposes only as a courtesy to subscribers of our email list. The views expressed in Ed Kennedy’s Voter Guide are not an endorsement by the Broward County Republican Executive Committee.
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Original Email Sent November 1, 2012