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Welcome, from Alan Hays

Lake County's Supervisor of Elections

It is an honor to serve as your Supervisor of Elections. The foundation of our Republic, The United States of America, is our elections system. We want to encourage participation from every citizen who is eligible to vote. 

Our complete team of professionals is dedicated to serve you.

 

Voter News Bulletin

Early Voting for the 2022 Primary Election - Thursday, August 11, 2022

Early Voting will be held August 11th-20th from 10:00AM-6:00PM at twelve convenient locations throughout Lake County.

During Early Voting, voters may choose any one of the following twelve locations to cast their ballot.

  • Cagan Crossings Library

  • Clermont Arts and Recreation Center

  • Cooper Memorial Library

  • Eustis Service Center

  • Lady Lake Community Building

  • Lake County Agricultural Center

  • Minneola City Hall

  • East Lake Library Location

  • Southside Umatilla Community Center

  • Lake County Supervisor of Elections Office

  • Venetian Center

  • W.T. Bland Public Library

A Secure Ballot Intake Station (formerly known as drop boxes) will be available at each Early Voting location for those voters who wish to return their completed Vote-by-Mail Ballot.

The Lake County Supervisor of Elections Office is ready to assist the community through online services at www.LakeVotes.gov, in person at 1898 E. Burleigh Blvd., in Tavares or by calling 352-343-9734.

 

Notice of Precinct/Polling Place Changes - Monday, August 8, 2022

Notice of Precinct/Polling Place Changes Lake County Supervisor of Elections, Alan Hays announces polling place changes which will be in effect for the upcoming 2022 Primary Election.

Voters impacted by these polling place changes should have received updated Voter Information Cards denoting their new polling place location. Voters are strongly encouraged to check their Voter Information Card for their assigned precinct. Voters may also visit the Lake County Supervisor of Elections website at https://lakevotes.gov/voting/precinct-finder or call the Supervisor of Elections office for up-to-date precinct and polling location information: 352-343-9734.

As a reminder, voters are required to vote at their assigned precinct on Election Day (if not using Early Voting or Vote-by-Mail). Early Voting is scheduled for August 11th-August 20th, please check the Supervisor of Elections website at https://www.lakevotes.gov/VoterInformation/Early-Voting for locations and hours. The last day to request a vote-by-mail ballot for the 2022 Primary Election is August 13th.

On Election Day, signage will be placed at the old polling place locations to direct voters to the new locations.

For precinct/polling place changes please click here.

 

New Polling Place/Precinct Information Available - Monday, August 1, 2022

The Lake County Supervisor of Elections office is pleased to provide Lake Countians with an online resource for polling locations. Please click here to view.

 

BALLOTTRAX--A New Resource for Lake County Voters - Monday, August 1, 2022

Supervisor of Elections, Alan Hays, is pleased to announce the implementation of BallotTrax, a complete mail ballot locator and notification system to enhance the vote-by-mail experience of Lake County voters.

The significance of BallotTrax for Lake Countians is an increase in voter confidence said Hays. “With BallotTrax, voters can track when their vote-by-mail ballot was mailed out from our office, when it was received by our office and even be alerted to issues such as signature verification or returned undeliverable. They can even sign up to receive notifications and alerts in time frames which are convenient for their life-style,” stated Hays.

The signup process is simple and secure with customizable notifications. The Supervisor of Elections Office encourages voters to take advantage of this resource tool for the peace of mind it offers for the mail-in process.

Voters can sign up today at lakevotes.ballottrax.net.

For election related questions, please contact your trusted source of information, the Lake County Supervisor of Elections office at 352-343-9734.

 

Inspection of Ballots--Reasonable Access - Monday, August 1, 2022

For additional information regarding Inspection of Ballots--Reasonable Access please click here.

 

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Public Logic & Accuracy Test for Municipal Elections

Public Logic & Accuracy Test for Municipal Elections

Public Logic & Accuracy Test for Municipal Elections

Time: 8:30 am

Location: Lake County Supervisor of Elections Office - 1898 E Burleigh Blvd, Tavares, FL 32778

101.5612 Testing of tabulating equipment.—

(1) All electronic or electromechanical voting systems shall be thoroughly tested at the conclusion of maintenance and programming. Tests shall be sufficient to determine that the voting system is properly programmed, the election is correctly defined on the voting system, and all of the voting system input, output, and communication devices are working properly.

(2) On any day not more than 25 days before the commencement of early voting as provided in s. 101.657, the supervisor of elections shall have the automatic tabulating equipment publicly tested to ascertain that the equipment will correctly count the votes cast for all offices and on all measures. If the ballots to be used at the polling place on election day are not available at the time of the testing, the supervisor may conduct an additional test not more than 10 days before election day. Public notice of the time and place of the test shall be given at least 48 hours prior thereto by publication on the supervisor of elections’ website and once in one or more newspapers of general circulation in the county or, if there is no newspaper of general circulation in the county, by posting the notice in at least four conspicuous places in the county. The supervisor or the municipal elections official may, at the time of qualifying, give written notice of the time and location of the public preelection test to each candidate qualifying with that office and obtain a signed receipt that the notice has been given. The Department of State shall give written notice to each statewide candidate at the time of qualifying, or immediately at the end of qualifying, that the voting equipment will be tested and advise each candidate to contact the county supervisor of elections as to the time and location of the public preelection test. The supervisor or the municipal elections official shall, at least 30 days before the commencement of early voting as provided in s. 101.657, send written notice by certified mail to the county party chair of each political party and to all candidates for other than statewide office whose names appear on the ballot in the county and who did not receive written notification from the supervisor or municipal elections official at the time of qualifying, stating the time and location of the public preelection test of the automatic tabulating equipment. The canvassing board shall convene, and each member of the canvassing board shall certify to the accuracy of the test. For the test, the canvassing board may designate one member to represent it. The test shall be open to representatives of the political parties, the press, and the public. 

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