Supervisor of Elections Site is Redesigned in Time for Congressional Special Elections

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By Sherry Nabbie-Singh

Registered voters requesting Vote by Mail ballots for the upcoming congressional special elections can now use the redesigned Supervisor of Elections website.

The restructured website is ready for use just in time for Florida’s 20th Congressional District special election primaries on November 2 and the general election on January 11, 2022.

The special election to fill the vacancy left by the late congressman Alcee Hastings has 28 candidates.  This district includes covering Tamarac, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach.

Candidates are:

Allen, Natalia Isabel (DEM)
Anderson, Dwight  (DEM)
Boswell, Matt  (DEM)
Cherfilus-McCormick, Sheila  (DEM)
DeGrammont, Vic  (REP)
Dowling, Elvin  (DEM)
DuBose, Bobby B. (DEM)
Fain, Shelley  (NPA)
Florez Jr, Roland D. (REP)
Flynn, Jim  (NPA)
Hardy, Omari  (DEM)
Holness, Dale V.C. (DEM)
Jackson, Phil  (DEM)
Jones, Lateresa  (REP)
Jordan, Krystal D. (DEM)
Morel, Emmanuel G. (DEM)
Musselwhite Sr, Gregory Wayne (REP)
Ornelas, Robert  (NPA)
Sansaricq, Bernard  (REP)
Serratore, Leonard L. (NPA)
Sharief, Barbara  (DEM)
Siddiqui, Dr. Imran Uddin (DEM)
Taylor, Priscilla Ann (DEM)
ter Maat, Mike  (LPF)
Thurston Jr, Perry E. (DEM)
Vilme, Pradel  (DEM)

Residents with a valid Florida Driver’s license, identification card, or able to give the last four digits of their social security number can request a Vote By Mail ballot by going to Vote by Mail.

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Sherry Nabbie-Singh
Sherry Nabbie-Singh
A self-published author and professional makeup artist who has resided in Tamarac since 2011. Originally from Trinidad, Sherry graduated from the University of the West Indies with a bachelor of arts in literature in English.

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