Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Public Notice from Wendy Sartory Link, Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections (SOE).

Public Meeting of the Municipal Canvassing Boards and Canvassing of the Vote By Mail Ballots for the March 12, 2019 Uniform Municipal Elections.

In accordance with the Sunshine Law of Florida, all Canvassing Board meetings are open to the public and will be conducted at the Supervisor of Elections Service Center, 7835 Central Industrial Drive, Riviera Beach, FL 33404.

The Municipal Canvassing Boards will convene at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 and remain in session as needed for the canvassing of the Vote by Mail ballots and other Board business that may be prescribed by law, at the Supervisor of Elections Service Center [same address as above].

To read the entire Public Notice provided by SOE Wendy Sartory Link please click on this link.

In what municipality do you reside?

Do you know who your Canvassing Board members are?

In the City of Lake Worth the three-member Canvassing Board consists of the City Clerk, Internal Auditor and either an attorney or a retired judge.

“Hey, wait! Whats going on, wasn’t Susan Bucher the supervisor of elections in Palm Beach County?”

Yes, she was until January 18th when Gov. Ron DeSantis suspended her from office. If you missed that story learn more from journalists Steve Bousquet and Skyler Swisher at the Sun Sentinel.

And that very day Wendy Link became the new Supervisor of Elections in Palm Beach County.

Public in PBC: Do you have any questions?

To contact the Supervisor of Elections office:

  • Call 561-656-6200.
  • E-mail: mailbox@pbcelections.org
  • In person, the address is: 240 S. Military Trail in suburban West Palm. Hours are 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. on Monday–Friday.

To look over all sixteen municipalities holding elections on March 12th, including all questions on the ballot, click on this link.

And don’t forget!

The August 2020 Primary and November 2020 General Election are coming up as well starting in just seventeen months!

On the ballot will be Sheriff of Palm Beach County, the Supervisor of Elections, several County Commissioners and many other elected offices state-wide and on the Federal level as well. Use this link to learn more about that.