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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

Florida Supervisors of Elections Scholarship - Monday, November 15, 2021

The Florida Supervisors of Elections will offer four $1,200 scholarships to college students in 2022, according to Lake County Supervisor of Elections, Alan Hays.

Applicants must be registered Florida voters and live in the state for at least the preceding two years. Applicants must be either a Political Science, Public Administration, Business Administration or Journalism/Mass Communication major and be at least a junior in college. Students must be enrolled or accepted as a full-time student in a senior college or university in Florida and have a least a “C” average or above for the previous year.

The deadline to apply for a scholarship is March 11, 2022. Applications are available online at Lake County Supervisor of Elections > FSE Scholarship > FSE Scholarship Information (lakevotes.gov) or may be picked up from the Lake County Supervisor of Elections office, 1898 E. Burleigh Blvd., in Tavares.

Applications must be submitted to the election’s office of the county in which the applicant is registered to vote. Each county will select one finalist to send to the FSE Scholarship Committee for consideration.

For additional information please visit LakeVotes.gov or call 352-343-9734.

 

Our Democracy, Our Priority: A Message From the Florida Supervisors of Elections--Wesley Wilcox - Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Our Democracy, Our Priority

The Great American Experiment, our cherished democracy, is under threat. Our nation is only as strong as the faith our citizens have that their voice, their vote, has a say in our government. In this hour, public trust in our elections is being systematically undermined, to the detriment of all Americans.

As election professionals, we have sworn to uphold the Constitution of the United States. Our Constitution is built upon the idea that “we the people” choose our government. We put that idea into practice through elections. It is the foundation and core unifying principle of our democracy.

As the official trusted sources of election information and experts in our fields, we continuously strive to debunk false claims, and ensure voters have access to accurate election information. We are dedicated to the cause of election integrity, ensuring that every eligible voter’s ballot is counted accurately and that no fraud takes place. But false claims of fraud do not strengthen our elections. Instead, they degrade confidence in the institutions, and discourage citizen participation in our democracy.

During and after the 2020 Presidential Election, the integrity of our democracy has been challenged by misinformation, disinformation, and malinformation that sows discord and undermines trust in America’s electoral process. Many of us have been threatened by our fellow citizens who have been led astray by these deceptions.

Instead of standing idly by, we ask all candidates and elected officials to tone down the rhetoric and stand up for our democracy. We ask that you work with us to understand the safeguards implemented to ensure elections are conducted fairly, securely, and accurately.

In the Gettysburg Address, President Lincoln proclaimed that the American people must dedicate themselves to ensuring that “Government of the people, by the people, for the people must not perish from the Earth.” It is through elections that government by the people is accomplished. To this end, we call on officials at all levels of government to commit themselves to the goal of fighting falsehoods and strengthening voter trust. We can rise to this challenge. Our democracy depends on it.

 

 

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Notice Of Precinct/Polling Place & Early Voting Site Changes

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A couple of new Early Voting sites have been added.  One at the Clermont Arts and Recreation Center, 3700 S. US HWY 27 in Clermont and the second in Sorrento at 24019 State Road 46 (Formerly the Sorrento Hardware Store).
Precinct 17 voters will now vote at the New Astatula Community Center, located at 13251 Park Ave., Astatula, FL 34705.  From 561 turn west on Delaware Ave., then go two blocks and the center will be on your left.  Voting will no longer be held at the Community Building located next to city hall.
Precinct 76 voters in Lakeview Terrace will vote at the Living Well Center, located at 201 Clubhouse Vista Rd., Altoona, FL.  Voting will no longer be held at the Community Building Multipurpose room.   

Lake County Supervisor of Elections Announces Early Voting Dates, Times, and Locations for the November 3rd General Election

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Tavares, FL - Lake County Supervisor of Elections, Alan Hays, announces that Early Voting for the November 3rd General Election will be held October 19th – October 31st. Sites will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily.

Two new Early Voting sites have been added this year:
1. Clermont Arts and Recreation Center at 3700 S. US Highway 27 in Clermont.
2. In Sorrento at 24019 SR 46 (formerly the Sorrento Hardware Store).
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