Trust Index: Will taping mail-in ballot envelopes void your vote?
Some Central Florida voters have brought up concerns with the envelopes used to submit their mail-in ballot. You must remember to sign the envelope.”Public voting records show the first glimpse at how many mail-in ballots are being counted before the November election. As of Thursday morning, 236,969 mail-in ballots had been received in Florida. Florida Mail In Ballot TotalIn Central Florida, 31,250 ballots have been received according to the Florida Office of Elections. County Election Total Ballots Recieved Brevard 10866 - General 592 Flagler 10866 - General 301 Lake 10866 - General 3,699 Marion 10866 - General 4,670 Orange 10866 - General 459 Osceola 10866 - General 7,241 Polk 10866 - General 260 Seminole 10866 - General 285 Sumter 10866 - General 88 Volusia 10866 - General 13,682The numbers above reflect only for ballots that have been received through Thursday.