Pinellas Supervisor of Elections sends out its largest shipment of mail ballots
Get your pens ready Pinellas County voters: The ballots are in the mail.
As candidates battle for votes in the Nov. 8 election, the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections says it has mailed its largest-ever batch of ballots to domestic voters
The 262,142 ballots mailed Tuesday are part of 266,176 sent to voters, spokesman Jason Latimer said in a statement.
Of that, Republicans received 107,160; Democrats received 101,973; and 57,043 went to unaffiliated voters.
Pinellas voter will receive a two-sided ballot with 11 ballot questions. Voters are advised to allow one week for the ballot to be returned through the mail, the office says.
Ballots must be returned to any of the three Supervisor of Elections offices by 7 p.m. on Election Day.
The deadline to request a mail ballot is 5:00 p.m. on Nov 2. Voters can request a ballot by calling 727-464-8683 or by email at email@example.com. Voters can also request a ballot at votepinellas.com.