Early voting underway in 4 Central Florida counties

Voters also have option to vote by mail, vote on election day

Early voting is scheduled to begin this week in Central Florida.

Thirteen centers in Orange County are available to eligible voters starting Monday, Oct. 20 through Sunday, Nov. 2.  The Orange County supervisor of elections said hours of operation each day are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

For a list of early voting locations visit Orange County Votes.

Early voting in Seminole County begins Monday, Oct. 20 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.  Eligible voters can go to seven locations. For a list, visit Vote Seminole.

Registered voters in Lake County can vote early staring Monday, Oct. 20.  Locations will be open every day through Saturday, Nov. 1.  For a list of locations and hours of operation visit Supervisor of Elections website.

Flagler County early voting begins Monday, Oct. 20 at three locations: Supervisor of Elections Office, Flagler County Library and Palm Coast Community Center.  Eligible voters can vote 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. until Saturday, Nov. 1.

Early voting begins in Sumter County on Tuesday, Oct. 21.  For early voting sites visit Supervisor of Elections website.

Osceola and Marion counties start early voting Thursday, Oct. 23. Six centers in Osceola County will be open until Saturday, Nov. 1. For hours of operation visit Vote Osceola.

Early voting for Brevard and Volusia counties begin Saturday, Oct. 25.  Brevard County has eight centers available to eligible voters.  Visit Vote Brevard for locations and hours of operation. The six early voting centers in Volusia County will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.  For a list of locations visit Volusia Elections.

Florida law requires voters to present signature and photo identification when checking in to vote early, officials said.

Early voting is one of three voting options available to voters. Officials said voters also have the option to vote by mail, by requesting an absentee ballot, or to vote on election day at their assigned polling place.

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