• Crissy Stile

Voting Information for the Presidential Primary

NOTICE OF PRECINCT/POLLING PLACE

& EARLY VOTING SITE CHANGES



Lake County Supervisor of Elections, Alan Hays, announces precinct/polling place and early voting site changes which will be in effect for the upcoming Presidential Preference Primary on March 17, 2020.


Early voting for the Presidential Preference Primary runs from March 5-14, hours are 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Voters may choose any one of the eleven early voting sites to cast their ballot during the early voting period. Early Voting returns to the Mt. Dora W.T. Bland Public Library, 1995 N. Donnelly Street, Mt. Dora and will not be held at Lake Receptions. A new Early Voting site has been added at the Clermont Arts and Recreation Center, 3700 S. US HWY 27 in Clermont.


Voters impacted by the following precinct/polling place changes were mailed updated voter information

cards denoting their new polling place location. On Election Day, polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.,

and voters are required to vote at their assigned precinct.


Precinct 7 has a new location for Sullivan Ranch residents: 30450 Bretton Loop, Mt. Dora

Precinct 11 has a new polling location. Lady Lake Library, 225 W. Guava St., Lady Lake

Precinct 21 has a new polling location. Howey Community Church, 420 N. Palm Ave., Howey

Precinct 44 has a new polling location. Eustis Service Center, 301 W. Ward Ave., Eustis

Precinct 49 has a new polling location. Crossroads Church, 275 Griffin Ave., Lady Lake

Precinct 93 has a new polling location. Mt. Dora First Baptist Church, 1000 E. First Ave., Mt. Dora


Voters can visit the Lake County Supervisor of Elections website at www.LakeVotes.com for early voting

sites and up-to-date precinct and polling location information. They may also call their office at

352.343.9734 to confirm precinct/polling location information. On Election Day signage will be noted at

the old polling location sites directing voters to the new locations.

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