PALM BEACH COUNTY - The Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections is allowing voters an opportunity to vote in person via absentee ballot on Sunday and Monday.
Susan Bucher, Supervisor of Election in Palm Beach County released this information via a press release on Sunday morning.
"I understand there is a law suit that I haven't seen yet asking that Miami, Broward and Palm Beach provide in person absentee voting today and tomorrow. Rather than require legal action, our office is taking a proactive position and providing the service so our voters can vote," said Susan Bucher, Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections.
The information came a day after early voting ended in Florida. Early voting lasted eight days. That is one week shorter than during the 2008 presidential election.
Voters can cast their absentee ballots in person at the Supervisor of Elections main office located at 240 South Military Trail in West Palm Beach on Sunday, November 4th and Monday, November 5th.
The elections main office will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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