WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — The Palm Beach County Elections Office is making it easier for you to vote early and hopefully a little faster.
The office recently added a new feature to their website that shows the current waiting time to vote at the county's 18 early-voting sites.
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The map, which is located at the bottom of the county's early-voting page, highlights each early-voting location.
A marker, which is colored green, yellow or red, pinpoints each site's location and reflects the current wait time.
Checking the site Wednesday afternoon, some locations had wait times less than 15 minutes, while others showed wait times as much as one hour and 30 minutes.
Early voting polling sites in Palm Beach County are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. through Sunday. Registered voters can cast their ballot at any of the 18 locations.
If you decide to vote on Tuesday, remember you will have to vote at the polling site on your election registration card. Click here to search for your precinct.
Tuesday figures show more than 423,000 Palm Beach County residents had already voted in the November election.