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Early voting in Volusia continues this week after Saturday start

Early voting sign at the Daytona Beach City Library, August 17, 2014.
Early voting sign at the Daytona Beach City Library, August 17, 2014.
Mike Royer

You can vote early in the Primary Election this week in Volusia County, through Saturday, August 23. Volusia locations where you can vote early include the following five sites, according to Supervisor of Elections Ann McFall:

  • the Daytona Beach City Library at City Island, 105 E. Magnolia Avenue,
  • the New Smyrna Beach Regional Library, 1001 S. Dixie Freeway,
  • the Deltona Regional Library, 2150 Eustace Avenue,
  • the Ormond Beach Regional Library, 30 S. Beach Street,
  • the Supervisor of Elections Office in Deland at 125 West New York Avenue, 2nd Floor.

You can vote early at these locations from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. through Saturday, August 23.

Votran offers free rides to polls

Registered voters who are Gold Service Members with Votran can also ride to the early voting polls free. The “Ride free with your voter ID” program is available to people who cannot transport themselves or use a fixed route bus route, due to physical or mental disability or age. Gold Service Members wishing to ride free to the polls should schedule their ride one day in advance by contacting Votran.

Daytona Beach residents can contact Votran Customer Service at 386-761-7700, in New Smyrna Beach call 386-424-6800, and in west Volusia call 386-943-7033. You can click here for the Votran web site at

View a Sample Ballot, check Voter Status

You can also click here to visit the Volusia County Supervisor of Elections Office at where you can view a sample ballot, check voter status, find your precinct and check absentee status, or contact the Elections Office for questions. Primary election voters will vote for Florida Governor, Congressional Representatives, and various local contests.

Check your address if voting absentee

Earlier this month, McFall also announced in a press release that her office “…has received back, from the US Post Office, a significant number of [absentee] ballots with the reason being undeliverable as addressed or temporarily away.” The mailing address used for the ballots is the address currently on file with the Supervisor of Elections office. McFall said that “…if you have moved and not changed your address with Elections and have not received your absentee ballot, please call the Department of Elections at 386-736-5930 at your earliest convenience.”

Click here to visit the Volusia County Supervisor of Elections website.

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