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Early primary election voting starts Thursday in Hillsborough

TAMPA — Early voting for this month's primary races begins Thursday at 15 locations throughout Hillsborough County.

Voters will winnow the candidates running for governor and attorney general, as well as seats in the Florida Legislature, the Hillsborough County School Board, the Hillsborough County Commission and judgeships.

Which races registered voters can cast ballots in depends on party affiliation and district. There are several non-partisan races — including School Board and judgeships — in which voters registered with no party affiliation can vote. For a sample ballot for your address, visit

The primary election is Aug. 26. Early voting runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. between Thursday and Aug. 24, including weekends. Registered voters must present a valid photo ID.

Early voting locations are: Bloomingdale Regional Public Library; C. Blythe Andrews Jr. Public Library; Fred B. Karl County Center; Jan Kiminis Platt Regional Library; Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library; New Tampa Regional Library; North Tampa Branch Library; Bruton Memorial Library Plant City; Riverview Branch Library; Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Center; SouthShore Regional Library; Temple Terrace Public Library; Town 'N Country Regional Public Library; Upper Tampa Bay Regional Public Library; and West Tampa Branch Library.

Early primary election voting starts Thursday in Hillsborough 08/13/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, August 13, 2014 3:35pm]
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