Election Day: Here is a list of things to remember when voting on Election Day

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Duval County’s Supervisor of Elections Office offers last minutes tips and reminders for voters headed to the polls today.


Each one of Jacksonville’s 186 polling precincts will be open today from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and all eligible voters can vote regardless of party affiliation.

Supervisor of Elections Mike Hogan reminds voters that everyone must vote at their assigned precinct, unlike early voting. Precinct assignments can be found on your voter information card, sample ballot and on the “Where Do I Vote?” tab on the Supervisor of Elections Office website.

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In addition, voters should bring a form of identification with them to vote. Acceptable forms of identification can also be found on the Supervisor of Elections website.

Anyone with questions about voter information or voting on Election Day is encouraged to visit www.duvalelections.gov or call 904-255-VOTE.

Action News Jax will follow the polls and bring you live election results tonight on CBS47 & FOX30.

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