PINELLAS COUNTY - Many county voters took advantage of early voting and absentee ballots this election year; however, many more will make the traditional trip to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 2. Election Day polling places will remain open until 7 p.m.
Pinellas County has 590,989 registered votes: 223,544 are registered as Democrats; 231,652 as Republicans; and 135,793 as other.
Voters are assigned polling places within their precincts. Precincts can be found on the voter registration cards. Look for the number under precinct in the top right corner. For a list of precincts and voting places, click here.
Registered voters are urged to take part in the 2004 general election. Many important leadership positions will be decided, including the next President of the United States.
For a list and additional information on the races and questions on the Nov. 2 ballot, visit TBNWeekly.com's election section. Note: information on races and questions outside Tampa Bay Newspaper's coverage area is not included.
Deborah Clark, supervisor of elections, has some tips for voters.